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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University February 18, 2008 | Vol. 37 No. 22

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'USA Today' honors star students
Two from Johns Hopkins among 20 nationally on Academic First Team

Carmen Kut, a senior majoring in biomedical engineering and Kurt Herzer, a junior majoring in public health studies

Even on a campus overflowing with bright, motivated overachievers, Kurt Herzer and Carmen Kut manage to stand out. In addition to earning nearly perfect grades, both undergraduates not only have conducted demanding and important research projects but also have organized and participated in a plethora of extracurricular activities, both on and off campus.
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The university turns 132 — and it's a time to celebrate
Break out your gold and sable, summon your inner Blue Jay and get ready for a birthday party, Johns Hopkins-style.
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Undergrad interest sparks new class focusing on urban health
Back in the fall, a dozen Homewood undergraduates met to discuss a speaker series for the spring term focused on urban health issues. The students, mostly public health studies majors and student organization leaders, were trying to hash out how many speakers to bring in, where and when they would speak and, of course, who might agree to come.
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Whiting School celebrates National Engineers Week

'Lab on a chip' mimics brain chemistry, will speed research

Museums Lecture to Present New Details on the History of Slavery in Mid-Atlantic

Blue Jays in the pink

For the Record: ICE researchers elected to Association of American Physicians

Heart transplants: Do more or do none, JH study suggests

Drills boost child-resuscitation skills in 'failing' adult ERs


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