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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University November 10, 2008 | Vol. 38 No. 11

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Women's soccer on historic run
Capping off an unbeaten season, the Blue Jays eye NCAA tournament

At the last game of the regular season, sophomore Allie Zazzali, a midfielder, dribbles past defenders from Ursinus College. The Blue Jays would win 4-0.

On senior night for the Johns Hopkins women's soccer team, a duo of sophomores produced an ESPN top-10 play moment.
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Serving up food and a message
For Johns Hopkins Dining Services, the mantra has been "do the right thing." In recent years, the Homewood campus food service has implemented a string of initiatives under the umbrella term Responsible Dining that are aimed at promoting sustainability, healthy eating and eco-friendly food options.
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Protein quintet forms early-warning heart test
A team of Johns Hopkins biochemists has identified a mixed bag of five key proteins out of thousands secreted into blood draining from the heart's blood vessels that may together or in certain quantities form the basis of a far more accurate early warning test than currently in use of impending heart attack in people with severely reduced blood flow, or ischemia.
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Prostate cancer specialist William Nelson to head cancer center

United Way Campaign halfway to 2008 goals

Most adults under 50 unlikely to need colorectal screening


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