Our 34th Year
Covering Homewood, East Baltimore, Peabody, SAIS, APL and other campuses throughout the Baltimore-Washington area and abroad, since 1971.
Blue Jays Sports
Your online link to the latest scores, standings, schedules and more of your favorite Johns Hopkins athletic teams.
Baltimore Weather
Planning a visit or just wondering what today is like in Charm City? Get the latest forecast here.
   About The Gazette Search Back Issues Contact Us   
The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University January 24, 2005 | Vol. 34 No. 19

Johns Hopkins University - logo

  In Brief
  Job Opportunities
  Weekly Calendar
  President's Column

 Gazette Info
 About The Gazette
 Back Issues
 Search The Gazette
 Copy Deadlines
 Submit a Calendar Event
 Submit a Classified
 Contact Us

 JHU Links
  University Calendar
  Johns Hopkins Home

 Search The Gazette
. Need help?



The first Baltimore Scholars
Early decision applicants are first city students accepted to JHU program

Clockwise from left: Ryan Harrison, Tam Nguyen, Kim Smith and Jasmine Jones, the first city students named Baltimore Scholars.

The first Baltimore City high school students selected to a new Johns Hopkins scholarship program have much in common. In addition to the four being seniors at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, three are enrolled in the same city-based advanced math and science project, two already have a research connection to the university, and now all four are planning to live and study at the Homewood campus.
Full story...


Celebrating recording arts at Peabody
Students enrolled in Peabody's Recording Arts and Sciences Program learn, in essence, about recorded music's complete journey, from the moment a sound is first generated to its digital dwelling on CD or tape.
Full story...

Astronomers take revealing peek at star factory
Using NASA's orbiting Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer, a team of astronomers from Johns Hopkins and elsewhere has taken an unprecedented peek beneath the "skirts" of the tunic-clad Orion the Hunter and come away with observations that may lead to enhanced knowledge of how interstellar dust absorbs and scatters ultraviolet starlight.
Full story...


SAIS co-hosts exercise illuminating need for bioterror preparedness

Research sheds fresh light on how cancer cells become resistant to treatment

Tutorials give premed students a glimpse into their futures


The Gazette | The Johns Hopkins University | Suite 540 | 901 S. Bond St. | Baltimore, MD 21231 | 443-287-9900 | gazette@jhu.edu