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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University December 18, 2006 | Vol. 36 No. 15

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Ho, ho, oh!
Norman Rockwell's Santa paintings are more than meets the eye

Richard Halpern, a professor in the English Department, is the author of 'Norman Rockwell: The Underside of Innocence.'

Santa Claus is the ultimate arbiter of who's been naughty or nice. Given the fact that he controls the world's supply of toys, few would dare to question whether St. Nick himself would land in the "nice" column. But Richard Halpern contends there was one bold soul who risked placing kids' experiences with the jolly old elf on the dark side of the ledger: Norman Rockwell.
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Tuitions are announced for 2007
Homewood undergraduate tuition will rise next year to $35,900 to enable the university to maintain its level of excellence, keep pace with inflation and fully fund financial aid.
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New policy on use of student SSNs adopted
The provost and Council of Deans recently approved, and the university has adopted, a more formal policy on the protection and use of student Social Security numbers.
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HopkinsOne countdown begins; plans for assistance are in place

Sigmund Suskind, former dean of Arts and Sciences, dies at 80

Student-built robots prove to be a big draw

Happy holly day

Hopkins History: The case of the vanishing student

Drug treatment slows macular vision loss in diabetics

JHU, Howard and PGCC team to train minority scientists

Cell death after blood 'reflow' injury tracked to natural toxin

JH researchers discover how brain protein might help memory

'Clumping' protein is linked to return of ovarian cancer

Researchers find gene linked to inflammatory bowel diseases

Adult pig stem cells show promise in repairing heart damage


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