By Dale Keiger
Now master of the ironic anecdote and the snarky quick hit,
P.J. O'Rourke started out at Hopkins wanting to write the
next Finnegan's Wake.
Head of State
By Maria Blackburn
One of the world's foremost thinkers on international
relations, author Francis Fukuyama talks to Hopkins
Magazine about the history of democracy and the U.S.
role in post-war Iraq.
By Catherine Pierre
Vinny DeMarco took on the gun lobby and Big Tobacco —
and won. Now he's using his powers of mass persuasion to
make sure all Marylanders have access to health care.
Experts from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public
Health weigh in on where they think the world will be
in five, 10, or 25 years.
University: Resetting the Tenure Clock
Engineering: Jones Returns, This Time as
University: New Opportunity for City School
Students: Hopkins Boasts More Fulbrights Than Ever
Books: Sports, American Style
Public Health: On the Road to Child Safety
Nursing: An Expansive Response to the Nursing Shortage
Hospital: Hopkins Hospital Ranks No. 1 —
Humanities: The Nature of Walden Pond, 150 Years
Engineering: Rough and Ready Landmine
International: $44 Million Aimed at Treating TB and
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