student groups

JHU Sirens – Secrets/Halo Mashup

Group photo of the JHU Sirens a cappella group

The Sirens are an all-female a cappella group at JHU. They recorded and mixed a studio version of their mashup of Secrets by OneRepublic and Halo by Beyonce in spring 2012 at the DMC. Arrangers: Heather Merchut ’13 and Brittany Tusing ’13 Soloists: Jessica DeBakey ’13 (Secrets) and Paulina Valderrabano

Blue Jay Takeaway on WJHU

Poster for Blue Jay Takeaway on WJHU program

The Blue Jay Take-Away on WJHU “operates under the philosophy that a lot of great music is being created here in the Johns Hopkins community– so why not show it off with the beautiful Homewood campus as the backdrop?” This group of students is documenting music being made on campus,

Roots of American Innovation

Two students work on "Roots of American Innovation" digital prints in the DMC

The JHU chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers, HOMES, created a museum display for Black History Month. They used the DMC’s printing and print cutting resources for their project.

Twitter Jay and the Recyclists

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JHU students organized the first Hopkins team entry in the world-renowned Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race. Complying with stringent race requirements, student engineers and artists collaborated to create a human-powered sculpture to compete in an all-terrain race that traverses sand, mud and water. Twitter Jay, the team’s entry, represents the best