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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University May 23, 2005 | Vol. 34 No. 35

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Bon voyage '05
Senior Week 2005

Balancing study with having a good time is important to philosophy major Grace Hong of Manhasset, N.Y.

Nearly 200 soon-to-be Johns Hopkins graduates set sail last Thursday for a three-hour cruise in the Inner Harbor. The event kicked off Senior Week 2005, a slate of activities that will end on May 25 with a luncheon in the Decker Gardens hosted by President William R. Brody. This year's package of events also includes a Club Crawl at the Power Plant, a trip to Six Flags America, a senior formal and a party in the infield on Preakness Day. The Gazette caught up with some of the seniors (and one junior) as they were boarding the Lady Baltimore to ask them: What is the most important thing you've learned while at Johns Hopkins?
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Ceremonies put cap on 129th year
An academic journey for thousands of Johns Hopkins students nears its conclusion. On Thursday morning, President William R. Brody will confer degrees and certificates on 6,131 JHU scholars, the largest graduating class in the university's history.
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Secret Service veteran named to head Homewood Security
You might not think that protecting a president is much like securing a campus. But if that's what you think, Ed Skrodzki thinks you're wrong. "It's a good fit for me," said Skrodzki, a Secret Service veteran appointed last week as the next executive director of safety and security at Homewood. "At the Secret Service, our institutional culture is one of prevention. We take a proactive approach to our protective and criminal investigative responsibilities.
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Society of Scholars inducts new members

The 2005 Alumni Association Excellence in Teaching Awards

Urban Issues lecture looks at sustainable design


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