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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University September 2, 2003 | Vol. 33 No. 1

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Beginning to Bond
The class of '007 arrives at Homewood to start its undergrad adventure

President Brody

The upperclassmen's T-shirts — bearing a suave, tuxedo-clad JHU Blue Jay — sent the day's message: "Class of 2007, welcome," they said, "to Hopkins, Johns Hopkins." Playing up the James Bond theme, movie scores spun by the recently reborn WJHU provided background music as the 1,052 incoming freshmen moved onto the Homewood campus on Friday and Saturday.
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New chemistry building opens at Homewood
Faculty, staff and students last week began moving into the new $18 million, 50,000-square-foot chemistry building on the Homewood campus. The building replaces the antiquated 40-year-old Dunning Hall.
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United Way chairs set 2003 goals
When asked to look ahead to the upcoming 2003 United Way campaign, Martin Abeloff says he's focused on the little fish in the pond. In a sluggish economy, fund raising can be a great challenge, he says, particularly for the smaller community service organization that traditionally gets scant attention.
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'007: The adventure begins

Panel to look at health effects of assisted reproductive tech on children

A letter to faculty and staff from President William R. Brody

Key link in associative learning observed directly

School of Medicine's Jeremy Berg tapped to head NIH institute

'Twinning' phenomenon found in nanocrystalline aluminum

Teresa Heinz to receive Schweitzer Gold Medal for Humanitarianism

Bold makeover transforms Levering dining facility

African-American teen mothers risk low birth weight

Scientists: Cloak of human proteins gets HIV into cells

APL bikers with a cause

From Vienna in 1900 to the frontiers of medicine: Odyssey journeys begin

Gene therapy delays death in mouse with symptoms of ALS

Mathematical Sciences professor awarded prestigious Dantzig Prize

Intervention decreases childhood pneumonia mortality, study finds


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