Johns Hopkins Won Its Battle With Student Activists. But at What Cost?

The occupation of Garland Hall at the Johns Hopkins University may be over, but the tensions that animated it are far from resolved. If Johns Hopkins gets its own police force, the university and its community will both have some adjusting to do, said Sokolow. The new police department, he said, will be more intimately interwoven with the campus than the Baltimore Police ever has been — for better or worse.