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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University September 27, 2004 | Vol. 34 No. 5

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Give me a J-H-U
A weekend's worth of spirited fun is on tap for first-ever Fall Festival

A tradition in the making: Ralph Johnson and the JHU Blue Jay check out the Beach, where a Friday cookout will open the weekend's inaugural Fall Festival.

Human bowling, a brain-teasing scavenger hunt, a Crazy Cart Race and heaping portions of school spirit will be on tap for the university's inaugural Fall Festival, a three-day, all-free celebratory event on the Homewood campus to which the entire Johns Hopkins community is invited.
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Stressed out? Who you gonna call?
Frazzled faculty, staff and students on the Homewood campus, take heart. There's a new tension-fighter in town. Stressbusters, a group of 140 undergraduates trained in the basics of massage, will be offering its first free, five-minute back rubs Friday during Fall Festival.
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Retooling engineering curriculum
Johns Hopkins researchers have received nearly $1 million from the National Science Foundation to produce and begin testing a revised course of study for undergraduate engineering students with a goal of attracting more women and minorities to the field — and retaining them once they begin their studies.
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Conflict of interest in medical research to be studied

Portion of San Martin Drive to be closed four to six weeks for construction

More frequent monitoring is advised for people with diabetes

U.S. child health worse than other industrial nations'

African-American leaders to meet to examine issues in race and genetics

United Way of Central Maryland announces new designation policy


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