Jacqui Neber

Jacqui Neber is a recent graduate of the Johns Hopkins University Writing Seminars. She spent all four years at Hopkins on The News-Letter, the school's independent and incredible student paper, and worked in a variety of editor and writer roles. As a senior and the Opinions Editor, she wrote pieces that reflected parts of Hopkins' toxic culture that permeated the student body without ever being openly discussed. She is currently the Executive Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief at WhoWhatWhy, an investigative news organization.
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Michael Bloomberg, billionaire and alumnus of Johns Hopkins University, speaks at CityLab Detroit, a global city summit, on October 29, 2018 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
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Compound Effects: What Bloomberg’s $1.8 Billion Donation Means for Life After Hopkins

by Jacqui Neber
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Stress Culture at Hopkins: Reflections From a Recent Grad

by Jacqui Neber

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