Danny Glover to lead MLK Jr.
A world-class duo of entertainer/activists will help Johns
Hopkins celebrate the birthday of Nobel Peace Prize winner
Martin Luther King Jr. when its annual remembrance event
takes place from noon to 1:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 10.
Begun in 1982, the Johns Hopkins Martin
Luther King Jr. Commemoration endeavors to honor King's
legacy of nonviolent activism and community service. In
keeping with tradition, it again will take place in Turner
Auditorium on the East Baltimore campus and be broadcast to
several other university and health system locations.
Professor's annual archaeological dig
resumes in Egypt--and online
Since 1994, Betsy Bryan, the Alexander Badawy Professor of
Egyptian Art and Archaeology and chair of Near Eastern
Studies in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, has led
a two-and-a-half-month excavation in Egypt, assisted during
January by a team of undergraduate and graduate
Throughout this month, armchair
archaeologists can witness the dig in the Precinct of the
Goddess Mut at Luxor from the comfort of their computers as
a Johns Hopkins team chronicles the excavation with daily
progress reports and photographs posted on the team's Web
site, Hopkins in Egypt Today.
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