How many Johns Hopkins "celebrity" cooks does it take to
flip hamburgers and handle hot dogs for 2,500 hungry
picnic-goers? See story below.
It was the biggest Johns Hopkins picnic ever. Some 2,500
members of the extended university family — triple
the last record attendance — gathered on the Eastern
campus on July 23 to play games, take a spin on carnival
rides, dust off their dance steps, dunk an administrator or
two and sate their appetites with favorite picnic fare.
Commission reaffirms JHU
The Middle States Commission on Higher Education at
its most recent session acted to reaffirm the accreditation
of Johns Hopkins, officially ending an intensive two-year
NASA ready to send MESSENGER to
NASA's first trip to Mercury in 30 years — and
the closest look ever at the innermost planet —
starts this month with the launch of the MESSENGER
spacecraft from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla.