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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University September 17, 2007 | Vol. 37 No. 3

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Supreme Court is focus of Constitution Day
Noted legal commentator Jeffrey Rosen to examine direction of Roberts court


A professor at the George Washington University Law School, Jeffrey Rosen has been called one of the 10 best magazine journalists in America.

Influential legal commentator and law professor Jeffrey Rosen will examine the John Roberts– led Supreme Court at Johns Hopkins' 2007 Constitutional Forum, a discussion of important legal issues held in conjunction with the annual observance of Constitution Day.
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2007 MSE Symposium opens Tuesday
Luminaries from across cultural and political spectrums will once again journey to Johns Hopkins' Homewood campus as part of the annual Milton S. Eisenhower Symposium, a student-run lecture series that this year celebrates its first four decades.
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Discovery: How vitamin C stops 'the big C'
Nearly 30 years after Nobel laureate Linus Pauling famously and controversially suggested that vitamin C supplements can prevent cancer, a team of Johns Hopkins scientists has shown that in mice at least, vitamin C — and potentially other antioxidants — can indeed inhibit the growth of some tumors, just not in the manner suggested by years of investigation.
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  OTHER NEWS
 

Obituary: Martin Abeloff, 65, director of Kimmel Cancer Center

Peabody's Leon Fleisher to receive Kennedy Center Honors

Budding docs duke it out

CTY China debuts: 140 high schoolers expand their global view

Stephen Desiderio of IBBS to serve on Maryland Life Sciences Advisory Board

World Medical Ethics Day, Sept. 18, to be commemorated with talk at MSE Library

     

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