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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University January 12, 2004 | Vol. 33 No. 17

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Cicely Tyson headlines MLK tribute
The actress, activist and humanitarian will speak, receive Ideals Award

Cicely Tyson

Actress, activist and humanitarian Cicely Tyson will be the featured guest for Johns Hopkins' annual Martin Luther King Jr. birthday remembrance, an event that takes place this year from noon to 1:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 16.
   Begun in 1982, the Johns Hopkins Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration honors the Nobel Peace Prize winner's legacy of nonviolent activism and community service. It will take place in Turner Auditorium on the East Baltimore campus and will be broadcast to several other university and health system locations.
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Employees to be honored for community service
A research associate at the School of Medicine, an academic program coordinator at SPSBE and a hospital retiree will be among the 11 Hopkins associates presented this year with Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Awards, which honor unselfish volunteer work. The awards will be presented at the MLK Jr. Commemoration ceremony on Jan. 16.
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JHU looks at future of Sellinger aid
As Gov. Ehrlich and legislators returning to session this week mull over spending reductions in their effort to balance Maryland's fiscal 2005 budget, the level of funding to the Sellinger Aid Program, through which the state provides unrestricted monies to Johns Hopkins and 15 other independent colleges and universities, is worryingly uncertain, according to university administration.
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Sioux study could facilitate transplantation efforts

Great Baltimore Fire subject of new book and Odyssey class

Genetic master switch sends bacteria toward 'seafood dinner'

Key appetite regulator may be identified, Hopkins scientists report

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