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Fireworks for the new year

Earlier this week, I promised the admissions staff would return today with resolutions in place.

Here we are and here are our resolutions!

  • Embrace the moment, the now, the present.  And….stop eating so much chocolate 
  • Reduce and then eliminate processed foods from my family’s diet
  • Stop drinking water right before I go to bed…I’m so tired of walking into things during my many nighttime bathroom trips
  • Hike 150 miles over the course of this year
  • Try to relax and enjoy the simple pleasures of life. I don’t need to constantly be doing something
  • To create the perfect Instagram filter
  • Make more time for my family and buy a house
  • Avoid camera tickets
  • Stick to my resolutions!

What are your resolutions for the new year? May I make my annual suggestions?

How about:

Happy New Year!

Fireworks

We really enjoyed sharing our resolutions last year.

So much so, we decided to do it again!

Admissions Staff Resolutions for 2014

  • Live in the present and stop worrying so much
  • Break my Candy Crush Saga addiction
  • Write, create, imagine more
  • Use less sarcasm and less emoticons :)
  • Take some time each week for me

Did you make any resolutions this year? May we suggest a few?

How about:

  • Pursue a meaningful career in public health
  • Investigate grad schools
  • Apply early!

Happy New Year!

SnowflakesJohns Hopkins University is closed Tuesday, December 24 through Wednesday, December 25.

We’ll return to process applications, test scores, transcripts, and a partridge in a pear tree on Thursday, December 26.

Happy holidays!

TurkeyJohns Hopkins University will be closed Thursday, November 28 and Friday, November 29 for the U.S. Thanksgiving Holiday.

Our staff will return full of turkey and mashed potatoes to process applications on Monday, December 2.

Happy Thanksgiving!

The University is closed today and we are off enjoying our families and the local firework displays.

Wishing you a safe and happy Independence Day!

Fireworks!