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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University September 5, 2006 | Vol. 36 No. 1

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Raising the (salad) bar for dining
Campus premiers new menus, facilities this fall

Artfully arranged ingredients at the newly christened Fresh Food Cafe, formerly the Terrace Court Cafe

Panini and gelato and muffins, oh yum. Johns Hopkins, an institution renowned for its academic and research excellence, wants to (pardon the pun) beef up its dining offerings to a world-class level, too, and this week debuts renovated facilities, a new dining hall and new menus that it hopes will satisfy every appetite on the Homewood campus.
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President Brody: 10 years at the helm
When William R. Brody became president of The Johns Hopkins University, he said that "the opportunity to lead JHU into the 21st century is an exciting one indeed." Ten years down the road, Brody says he is still excited to helm the university and lead it even further into the century. Brody is keenly aware of the obstacles that face private higher education today, but he is, he says, a man who embraces challenges.
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Low or high body-mass index increases risk of death
While studies have linked being either underweight or overweight to poor health, the effect of being overweight or obese on the risk of dying has been a topic of recent controversy. Researchers have long used the body-mass index — weight in kilograms divided by the square of height in meters — as a measure of the appropriateness of weight in relation to height.
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Class of 2010 descends on Homewood

Charles Commons Opens Its Doors

Thinking Out Loud by William R. Brody

Trial postponed for accused killer of Linda Trinh

SAIS center publishes report on U.S. handling of overseas aid post-Katrina

Baltimore celebrates H.L. Mencken

Your data can come back: online protection service available

JHU astronomers react to Pluto's planetary 'demotion'

JHU center to focus on HIV-linked disorders, treatment

Diagnosis, referrals for kidney disease fall well short of need

DLC seeks presentation proposals for Nov. 1 Diversity Conference

APL's TIMED mission extended through 2010

Study: Grammar school improves grandma's health

Nerve fibers coaxed to regrow after spinal cord injury


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