The Johns Hopkins Gazette: November 6, 2000

November 6, 2000
VOL. 30, NO. 10

Stem cells graft restores movement in mice
No place like Homewood
Detours ahead: Big dig to reroute pedestrians, cars near Levering
Two new meds help heroin addicts, take users off daily-dose treadmill
UNFPA executive director initiates fellowship program at Johns Hopkins
125 Ways of Caring T-shirts
The 125th anniversary
Job Opportunities
Johns Hopkins Gazette Online Edition

She hits the books (and people, too)
Boston winters can be brutally cold and icy, certainly not the most hospitable conditions for, say, an afternoon jog. So what is a female athlete to do in order to stay in shape and, more important, stay indoors?
   Boxing, anyone?
   Or so goes the story of Rosalie Louise Parker, former Harvard undergraduate, onetime international investment banker, current full-time student at SAIS and reigning U.S. amateur women's flyweight champion. Full story...

Eastern HS renovations in full swing
When Charles Weinstein attended Baltimore's City College in the 1960s, the neighboring all-girls Eastern High School was, for him, nothing less than an impenetrable fortress.
   Little did he know that years later he would be privy to every last inch of the place, right down to the graffiti scrawled on bathroom walls.
   Weinstein, director of property management for the Hopkins-affiliated Dome Corp., is overseeing the Eastern High School redevelopment project, a major renovation effort that is transforming the 62-year-old building into both administrative office space for the university and an emerging technology center for private companies. Full story...

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