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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University November 10, 2003 | Vol. 33 No. 11

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A gift from the past
Remnants of Baltimore's cultural history enrich the Peabody Archives

Peabody archivist Elizabeth Schaaf with moonshine made by Gustav Strube.

When Peabody's Elizabeth Schaaf got wind of the fact that several dusty, aged gallons of home-brewed liquor had been exhumed during the school's ongoing major construction effort, her wheels started turning. No, she wasn't thinking of the party ramifications; rather she turned her attention to the mystery of just who could have left such a cache of spirits.
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University prepares for reaccreditation
The university has entered the final stretch of preparation for its upcoming reaccreditation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The formal evaluation, which occurs every 10 years, will come in two phases, the first of which occurs this month and the second in March 2004.
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Voyager 1 approaches solar system's outer limits
More than 25 years after leaving home, NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft reached a key checkpoint on its historic journey toward interstellar space. Analyzing six months of data from Voyager's Low-Energy Charged Particle instrument, a team led by Stamatios Krimigis of the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory determined that the spacecraft, while nearly 8 billion miles from Earth, passed through and later returned behind the turbulent zone known as the solar termination shock.
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Landmark fruit fly 'map' may yield drugs for genetic disorders

IPS public policy symposium highlights the power of ideas

Peabody faculty member wins competition for new music

United Way campaign inching toward goal

Who won what? Donors' names drawn in United Way campaign lottery

Prof's 'chief of staff' gets hands-on lessons in economics

Conference on music info retrieval draws attendees from 18 countries

IBM honors JHU with Life Sciences Institutes of Innovation award

Live via satellite: Nelson Mandela to talk on capitalism's effects abroad

SPH receives $1.6 million to expand vaccine development and research


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