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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the NAG Blue Jay, you and your canine companion can accessorize your wardrobe with some Blue Jay spirit.
Alumni Weekend is set for April 8-10, 2016. Online registration is now open. Check out the schedule of events that includes some of the classics plus a few new additions.
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North, South, East, West. No matter what direction you're headed in 2016, be sure to join Johns Hopkins alumni as they travel with Alumni Journeys to destinations around the world.
Connect with alums who share your interests. JHU alumni, students, and friends of the university are drawn together based on common interests and shared experiences. Women in Business, Arts, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Aerospace, Law, and Biotech are just a few of these dynamic groups.
Exams may end after graduation but learning can last a lifetime. Discover something new from an Alumni College or do some research using Hopkins KnowledgeNET.

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  • The Johns Hopkins Alumni Association offers you and your fellow alumni what you need to stay connected, keep advancing, and go on living the Johns Hopkins vision. That, and have some fun.
  • Crab feasts, oyster roasts, networking events, reunion parties, world travel - none of this can happen without support from alumni like you! Give a gift to the Alumni Association today.
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