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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University February 2, 2009 | Vol. 38 No. 20

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Windows into Gilman Hall's past
Restoration begins on Homewood building's historic glass treasures

Discussing the restoration of Gilman's historic windows are Todd Anderson, vice president of Worcester Eisenbrandt; Chris Smith, project manager with Bovis Lend Lease; Travers Nelson, program manager with Homewood Office of Design and Construction; and David Miller, project architect with Kliment Halsband Architects.

While the demolition phase of the Gilman Hall renovation rumbles on, some nimble and delicate work on the building's glass treasures is being conducted off-site.
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Water crisis surfaces as top priority
The university's fledgling Global Water Program wants to exploit every last drop of Johns Hopkins expertise on the most basic and vital of Earth's resources. In the midst of a deepening global water crisis, the program's steering committee members said there is no time to waste.
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Public conference to mark NAACP centennial
The Center for Africana Studies at The Johns Hopkins University will be marking the 100th anniversary of the founding of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People with a public history conference being held Friday and Saturday, Feb. 6 and 7, on the Homewood campus.
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Johns Hopkins astrophysicist wins Comstock Prize in Physics

Johns Hopkins chosen to field next Annenberg Fellow at Eton

Among new releases, a peek at some Johns Hopkins history

Foreign Affairs Symposium kicks off Wednesday

HIV transmission rate declines in United States, study finds

Lost in translation — Perfectionist protein maker trashes errors


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