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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University March 27, 2006 | Vol. 35 No. 27

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Student volunteers head
to Gulf region

Three Homewood groups use spring break to help Katrina victims

Traveling on a Blue Jays bus, a group representing the Bunting-Meyerhoff Center leaves for the Baltimore airport.

Dozens of Johns Hopkins students flew south for spring break 2006, but the sun and fun were not necessarily on the agenda. Call it a working vacation. Members of three different groups, they traveled last week to the Gulf region to help those affected by Hurricane Katrina, in particular, residents in New Orleans and Moss Point, Miss.
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HopkinsOne gears up for fed grant proposals
In a training room at Mount Washington last week, the future of how Johns Hopkins will prepare and submit federally sponsored research projects was beginning to take shape, as nine staff from across the divisions began to learn how to use new electronic grant proposal software.
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Low-dose aspirin suppresses clumping of platelets
A once-daily pill of low-dose aspirin helps lower the potential for clot-forming blood cells in both men and women to stick together in narrow blood vessels, a study from Johns Hopkins shows.
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Officials discuss issues affecting international students, scholars

'Faces of Nursing' mural, a student-led project, nears completion

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Awareness Dyas begin at Homewood

Researchers find 'junk' DNA may not be so junky after all

Palladio's influence on early Baltimore architecture examined

Emergency departments score poorly in child-saving drills

Francis Fukuyama publishes book on democracy, neoconservative legacy

Peabody mini-festival showcases the art of musical improvisation

Works by Peabody composers headline special performance

Hospitalized schizophrenics have medical, surgical complications

Study supports use of aggressive statin therapy for atherosclerosis


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