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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University July 11, 2005 | Vol. 34 No. 39

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Interim director named for Peabody
Peter Landgren, head of school's Change Team, to assume post in September

Peter Landgren, a faculty member since 1981, will take a one-year leave of absence from the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra to take the helm of Peabody.

Peter Landgren suspects that what he'll be doing for the next year may not be all that different from what he's been doing for the past 27. While running a school is hardly the same thing as performing in a symphony orchestra, the similarities, he said, are difficult to ignore.
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Task force outlines vision for the arts on Homewood campus
Following 10 months of close and thoughtful examination of its broad topic, the Homewood Arts Task Force has issued its final report, which articulates a vision to raise the visibility for the arts at Johns Hopkins and make them more central to the intellectual and social life of the Homewood campus.
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Two-year South Quadrangle construction project begins
Before too long, Homewood's Garland Field will be a really, really big hole in the ground. And we're all going to have to find a way around it. This week, construction trailers and erosion control fencing will start to appear south of Garland Hall. That's the site of a new quadrangle that will include an admissions office and visitors center, a computational sciences building and a 604-space underground garage.
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Television in a child's bedroom may hurt performance in school

Thinking Out Loud: Summer reading list

Students revamp tractor for use by workers with disabilities

Obituary: Sherry Gill, 66, director of special events

Depression common after heart attack

Multitasking: You cannot pay full attention to sights, sounds


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