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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University August 30, 2004 | Vol. 34 No. 1

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Charles Commons to open in '06
Residence halls, bookstore envisioned as hub of east-side student life

Charles Commons as viewed from 33rd Street. The two-story bookstore will be in the St. Paul Street Building at right.

The fencing and concrete barriers are in place, the heavy haulers at the ready. The planning and preparation period is over, and work is under way on a new facility that will bolster housing options for Johns Hopkins students and foster a more college town-like atmosphere in Charles Village.
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HR looks to revamp job, pay system
The Johns Hopkins University and Health System embarked this month on an extensive enterprisewide compensation study that will ultimately result in a totally new system for classifying and compensating employees.
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Compounds show promise fighting malaria and cancer
Using an ancient Chinese folk remedy as a model, researchers at Johns Hopkins have designed several new compounds that, in early testing, promise to be both safer and more effective in fighting malaria and some forms of cancer than the current "gold standard" drug treatments.
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Q&A: Power of U.S. presidency is growing, poli sci profs say

JHU speakers wanted for Maryland educational initiative

Homewood bound

Johns Hopkins shares some of its Weird Science at state conference

Riverbank filtration pulls pollutants from drinking water


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