Senior Spring is a web series about two friends navigating their last semester of college. As they stumble through dating, the job hunt, and other growing pains, they rely on their friendship to make it through the chaos.
For fun, DMC Member Michael Sun create are twisty puzzles, variants of the well-known Rubik’s Cube. Michael uses the Replicator 2x and our new 5th Gen Makerbot 3D printers as well as our vinyl cutter to try out his designs!
Max Bowens Class of 2015, Film and Media Studies, Music Minor
Dillon Ward Class of 2015, Neuroscience Major
Lajari Anne Class of 2015, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Music Minor
Anna Soifer Class of 2017, Archeology Major
The goal of this project is to create an immersive, live, musical performance piece that provides the means to not only engage an audience’s auditory senses, in the traditional manner through the sounds, but also their visual senses through tightly-coupled, vibrant, visual displays. The design of Synesthesia was inspired by a combination
This Fall, JHU Sophomore Sofia Diez (Mechanical Engineering) shot and edited her first documentary, How Do You See Me. The short doc was immediately picked up by the 2014 Girls Impact the World Film Festival! Sofia shot interviews (on DMC’s BlackMagic 4K) with fellow Hopkins women about contemporary challenges
Frederic Vogt is a PhD student in Astrophysics at the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics of the Australian National University in Canberra researching the physics of star formation in interacting galaxies located in compact groups via optical integral field spectroscopy. Frederic spent Sept. 2013 – June 2014 at
Alvin Onyewuenyi (Public Health ’14) is a frequent user of the DMC audio studio, and our resident expert when it comes to audio gear and music production. In this video, Alvin shares some thoughts about his time at the DMC and how he develops his beat-making and rapping alongside the