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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University May 22, 2006 | Vol. 35 No. 35

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Seniors have a ball
An Orioles game kicks off the class of 2006's last week of memories

Fans react to on-field action during the first event of Senior Week, seven days of fun leading up to graduation. The game drew 463 seniors and young alums.

Hundreds of Johns Hopkins seniors and young alumni packed the left field upper deck of Camden Yards last Wednesday night to see the hometown Orioles end a 13-game losing streak at the hands of the Boston Red Sox. The event, sponsored by the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association, kicked off Senior Week, seven days of fun leading up to graduation day that this year includes a crab feast, midnight boat cruise in the Inner Harbor and a trip to Atlantic City.
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Ceremonies put cap on 130th year
Assuredly with more personal mountains still to climb, thousands of Johns Hopkins students will stop and reflect this week upon a monumental peak reached. On Thursday morning, President William R. Brody will confer degrees and certificates on a record-high 6,192 JHU scholars.
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Surgical plugs in ear's bone stop form of severe dizziness
Rapid, uncontrollable eye movements that swish and thump as the eyes roll and blink. Bones that creak as the body moves. Sudden dizziness, loss of balance. Falling down after a loud noise, such as the sound of your own voice, a cough or even laughter. These are hallmarks of a debilitating and relatively rare syndrome known as superior canal dehiscence that has stumped clinicians for a long time.
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The 2006 Alumni Association Excellence in Teaching Awards

Michael Eicher named VP for development, alumni relations

Team '06 in the batter's box

Record-breaking senior class gift

Federal grant to Johns Hopkins continues development of 'disaster' clergy

Society of Scholars inducts new members

JHU undergrad wins Abell Foundation's urban policy prize

Director announced for Hopkins Hillel

New gene reduces retinal degeneration in fruit flies


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