This page is a record of well-known, beloved, and/or despised Baltimorean staff and the many stories collected about them.
This woman was a legend. She not only was hands down a next level RA who knew how to keep her kids both safe and allowed them to have fun, she spent the final Thursday with her hall all day despite it being the RAs' day off. In rough situations, she was much more helpful than the entire administration as a whole and was overwhelmingly the best RA ever to be hired.
On the last night, she brought many of the girls in her hall 2012, 2015, and 2018 lanyards for them to keep. She also allowed her hall to have intense input on how the final dance playlist should go.
When some members of her hall and co-hall woke her up at 2:00 AM just to say "Vorgy" while laughing uncontrollably, she maintained eye contact with them while slowly closing and locking her door.
She was the 14.1 Carlisle Empress and advocated for tradition at Baltimore. With some of her friends from Carlisle, she established a royal court for Baltimore session one. She was also by far the most enthusiastic dancer.
Alexis got a concussion during 18.1 by falling off a chair and missed at least a week of 18.2 while recovering.
Corey D. Smith
An RA in the first and second session at 2015 JHU. He was the RA for the students of Microeconomics 15.1 and Investigations in Engineering 15.2. At the time of the session, he was nineteen years of age. Corey is beloved for not caring what his hall does, as long as it doesn't reflect badly on him. He has a "unique" sense of humor, and is known to take long naps in the middle of the day, after which his humor improves remarkably.
But overall, he is definitely an amazing RA.
Corey D. Smith is a sophomore in Morehouse College. He is aiming for an MBA.
Famous Quotes: "If you die, you're dead" - Corey D. Smith, July 15, 2015
Carolle Im teaches Law and Politics in US History (LAWP). Her first appearance at CTY according to the Class History section on the LAWP page was at LOS 07.1, and she has been teaching ever since. She is famous for having hundreds of pairs of shoes and wears a different pair each day. Ms. Im began teaching at Baltimore in 13.2. She never failed to amuse LAWP 13.2 with her mentions of dimebags and doobies.
The spreader of the Ore-reo idea and salsa dancer, Jon Pirnia taught Etymologies at CTY JHU until it was no longer offered there. He teaches everything from science to music to Latin and is well-known for teaching the tango class during a few activity periods. Jon's jokes were probably the strangest, especially the never-ending butter joke, which he told for three hours and never revealed the punchline.
The nicest lunch lady in the world. Seriously. She collects Trollies. Sadly, she no longer works at JHU.