Tuesday, March 5, 2019

  • JHU SAIS Alumni are cordially invited to attend a pay-as-you-come Happy Hour at Grand Café Restaurant 1e Klas, Stationsplein 15, Amsterdam 1012 AB, The Netherlands. Join us as we continue in our celebration of Johns Hopkins SAIS’ 75th Anniversary global celebrations.

    If you are interested in attending, please RSVP by March 1st to the SAIS Europe Alumni Office at sais.eu.alumni@jhu.edu. 

  • In celebration of International Women's Day, the SAIS Women's Alumni Network (SWAN) and SAIS’s Global Women in Leadership (GWL) student organization invite you to join us for a 5:45pm screening of Wave Goodbye to Dinosaurs in Rome Auditorium, 1619 Massachusetts Ave, NW. The happy hour-style reception will follow the film at 7:30pm at the Beacon Bar and Grill, 1615 Rhode Island Ave NW. The film tells the story of the Northern Ireland Women's Coalition and their role in the historic peace talks that led to the Good Friday Agreement. Carmen Suro-Bredie '72, who coached the Northern Ireland Women's Coalition, will share her insights with us at the film’s conclusion. After her remarks, we will head to the Beacon Bar and Grill to continue the discussion, meet fellow SWAN members, and celebrate women's successes. Feel free to join us for one or both parts of the event!

    Please email saisalumnievents@jhu.edu for more information.

  • Class of 1999

    Join members of the JHU Class of ‘99 at Uptown Spirit, a socially minded speakeasy in Harlem, for a night of good drinks, good people, while raising funds for a good cause: Johns Hopkins University! Co-Founded by Sage Ramadge (A&S ‘99) and Jake Boritt (A&S ‘98), Uptown Spirit curates a community of forward thinking New Yorkers who like unique experiences and great company.

    February’s Uptown Spirit event will feature a new premium whiskey brand from Korea that is being launched by JHU Alum Sally Kim (A&S ‘99). Sally has worked with a 3rd generation Korean spirits distiller to bring this product to the US market. Guests will be among the first people in the world to taste the 4-year aged whiskey along with as a range of cocktails mixed with the unaged version of the whiskey. Light bites to complement the beverages will be served, along with a selection of wines.

    Tickets are $50 with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the JHU Class of ‘99’s Scholarship Fund and the 20th Reunion.