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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University February 23, 2004 | Vol. 33 No. 23

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SON at 20: A division steps into adulthood

Martha Hill, the School of Nursing's third and current dean

They sure grow up fast. The School of Nursing is still the youngest offspring of the university, but it's about to leave childhood behind. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the School of Nursing as a full division of the university. It also marks 115 years ago that the Hopkins nursing education program began. To honor these and other Hopkins landmark events, the school has embarked on its 2004 Milestone Celebration: A Yearlong Commemoration of Our History.
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Could this be the year? Blue Jay men begin quest for elusive lacrosse championship
You have to be good to be the runner-up, but you lose claim to being dubbed the best. Just ask the members of the Carolina Panthers, who came up a field goal short in this year's Super Bowl.
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SPSBE partners with Montgomery and PG counties to train special ed teachers
To address the Maryland State Department of Education's serious shortage of special educators across the state, two divisions of SPSBE are working with Prince George's and Montgomery counties to recruit teachers.
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U.S. Sen. Mikulski meets with Johns Hopkins administrators

Religious awareness days begin Sunday on Homewood campus

Nominations being sought for annual Diversity Recognition Award

Cello virtuoso Alisa Weilerstein to perform in Shriver Hall this week

Charles Krauthammer, 'Washington Post' columnist, to discuss Israel

Homewood blood drive draws strong support, but participation numbers dip

Public Health: Plastic sheeting could be used as weapon to fight malaria

SPH scientists find link between digestive disorder and schizophrenia


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