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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University February 27, 2006 | Vol. 35 No. 23

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Foreign Affairs 2006: 'Ideologies in Flux'
Thomas Friedman, noted columnist and author, opens series

On Tuesday night, Thomas Friedman, author of the best-selling book 'The World Is Flat,' will discuss 'The Rising East: India and China in the 21st Century.'

A night with renowned New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman will commence the eighth annual Foreign Affairs Symposium, a student-run series that each year brings to the Homewood campus a celebrated group of high-powered speakers to address matters of global importance.
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Medicine, Engineering eye new goal
Faculty from the School of Medicine and the School of Engineering will convene today for an all-day conference, the goal of which is to develop a roadmap for how the two schools can put Johns Hopkins at the forefront of medical technology.
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Venerable ultraviolet satellite returns to operations
NASA's Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer astronomy satellite is back in full operation, its aging onboard software control system rejuvenated and its mission extended by enterprising scientists and engineers after a near-death experience in December 2004.
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The Blue Jays' first baseball diamond

School spirit and lots of cake mark Commemoration Day

Testing, testing ... HopkinsOne project reaches a milestone

APL-led researchers describe discovery of Pluto's new moons

JHM to manage hospital in United Arab Emirates

Lower doses of clot-busting drug safer treatment for stroke patients

Darkness More Than Triples EMS Helicopter Crash Fatality Risk


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