The Johns Hopkins Gazette: November 1, 1999

November 1, 1999
VOL. 29, NO. 10

Grants to education programs
James Zeller named associate provost for budgets, planning
Ready to rock and roll for the United Way
Microsoft equips new classroom
In Brief
Employment Opportunities
Classified Ads
Weekly Notices
Weekly Calendar
Johns Hopkins Gazette Online Edition

Weinberg Building dedicated
One gentle tug on myriads of streamers and the confetti showered the crowd at Oct. 25's much-anticipated dedication of Johns Hopkins Medicine's new $125 million home for its comprehensive clinical cancer services.
   A decade in the planning, the half-million-square-foot Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Building is the largest structure on the JHMI campus and one designed from the ground up to meet the complex and exacting specifications of cancer specialists and those they treat. Full story...

CultureFest '99: 'Global City, U.S.A.'
Students at the Homewood campus will show off their cultural colors during CultureFest '99, a weeklong celebration of diversity and culture that begins on Friday. The event will showcase some of the music, cuisine, dance and customs of the many campus cultural groups.
   Since 1987, CultureFest has been an annual celebration that promotes understanding and appreciation of the different cultures that make up the Homewood campus. Its theme this year is "Global City, U.S.A.," which student chairs Reni John and HanNa Kim say they hope will examine the emergence of a multiethnic and globally diverse American society. Full story...

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