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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University December 8, 2003 | Vol. 33 No. 14

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Whimsical sculpture garden spruced up
Bufano animal flock is restored; new plantings and walkways to come

Rob Saarnio, curator of university

The stone animals in the Homewood campus's Bufano Sculpture Garden can't talk, but if they could, they would certainly chirp, bray and whinny a chorus of thank-yous to the university for hiring a team of conservators to restore the fold this fall.
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Two from JHU named Marshall Scholars; will study music composition, nanomaterials
Two of the 40 members of this year's class of Marshall Scholarship winners are from Johns Hopkins University — Daniel T. Davis, who is working on a bachelor's degree in music and a master's degree in history, and Sondra L. Hellstrom,who is double majoring in physics and electrical engineering and minoring in math.
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Baltimore City to open 'innovation high school' based on CSOS model
In September 2004, the Baltimore City Public School System will open a new high school based on a model created by the Center for Social Organization of Schools at Johns Hopkins University.
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Hugh Kenner, longtime professor and noted literary critic, dies at 80

Scientists discover how brain draws, redraws picture of world

Group brings high-speed data service to Baltimore, state

Hodson Trust awards $7 million to Md. colleges

SPH's CCP sponsors Photoshare Photo Contest

Placental malaria increases mom-to-child HIV transmission during pregnancy

Robert Rubin visits SAIS to discuss new memoir and the U.S. economy

Johns Hopkins scientists find origin of multiple myeloma in rare stem cell

Daily vitamins could prevent vision loss among thousands, researchers say

Chromosomes are 'nibbled' before they fuse

Kids use more HIV-related health services than adults


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