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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University February 4, 2008 | Vol. 37 No. 20

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A decade of global discussion
2008 Foreign Affairs Symposium offers broad array of events

The 10th-anniversary symposium was organized by four co-chairs. Above: Katie Collins, Elizabeth Caudle and Anne Smedinghoff. Pamela Lachman is currently studying at the University of Edinburgh and interning in the Scottish Parliament.

A talk by Paul Rusesabagina, the inspiration behind the film Hotel Rwanda, will open the 2008 Foreign Affairs Symposium, a student-run series that for the past 10 years as brought to the Homewood campus a celebrated group of high-powered speakers to address matters of global importance.
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Three New Vice Provosts Appointed
Provost Kristina Johnson has appointed three part-time vice provosts in a restructuring designed to strengthen connections between her office and the university's faculty.
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JHMI tests text messaging for emergencies
A cell phone-based emergency alert system, currently in place at several Johns Hopkins campuses, will soon be fully activated for the East Baltimore and Bayview Medical Center campuses.
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Undergraduate applications soar at Johns Hopkins

Jeannine Baker, 58, director of Student Financial Services at SoN

Bossle to chair Neighborhood Fund Allocation Committee

Peabody's Eileen Soskin tapped to head secondary school for the arts

Surprises stream back from Mercury's MESSENGER

Black History Month events reflect many aspects of black culture

Modified Atkins diet shown to cut epileptic seizures in adults

Study: Secondhand smoke exposure worsens cystic fibrosis

Genetics in primary care pediatrics: Act now, JH leaders urge

Stem cells make bone marrow cancer resistant to treatment

Remolding heart to near normal size aids bypass surgery


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