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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University October 15, 2007 | Vol. 37 No. 7

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'The back-room bunch
Writing Sems undergrads find a home for informal readings: Off-campus deli

Scores of students often show up for the Tuesday-night reading series, in which Writing Seminars majors can test out their latest work. Last week's group included Cameron Granger, Patrice Hutton, Jessica Begans and Will Chang.

The back room of the Hopkins Deli, a popular student spot near the Homewood campus, contains a few shopping carts, a large cooler with melting ice, cases of beer, remnants of some water damage and an incongruous chandelier. It's not exactly the lobby of the Ritz-Carlton, but every Tuesday night the cramped space brims with students, some of whom might just be the next John Updike, Wes Anderson or Joyce Carol Oates.
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Jupiter data even better than hoped
The voyage of NASA's Pluto-bound New Horizons spacecraft through the Jupiter system earlier this year has provided a bird's-eye view of a dynamic planet that has changed since the last close-up looks by NASA spacecraft.
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Six JHU researchers elected to Institute of Medicine
Six Johns Hopkins researchers have been elected to membership in the National Academy of Sciences' Institute of Medicine. Ron Brookmeyer, Frederick M. Burkle Jr., Aravinda Chakravarti, Kay Dickersin, Andrew Feinberg and Lynn R. Goldman are among 65 new members nationwide. Election to this prestigious body affirms their remarkable contributions to medical science, health care and public health, as well as to the education of generations of physicians. It is one of the highest honors for those in the biomedical profession.
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Obituary: Long-term educator Shelley Ingram, 59, former associate dean

Obituary: Bob Pond, Hopkins' first metallurgist, dies at 89

Genome update defines landscape of breast, colon cancers

JHU joins new consumer college info Web site

For the Record: Charles Commons honored

Homewood Museum free to all visitors during October

Hopkins Symphony opens its 25th season with free concert


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