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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University February 16, 2009 | Vol. 38 No. 22

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Let the games begin
Blue Jays take the field Friday night for the first matchup of the season

Tom Palasek, a freshman from Rocky Point, N.Y., practicing on Homewood Field last week in preparation for the Blue Jays' season opener.

Lax is back. The Johns Hopkins University men's lacrosse team kicks off its 2009 campaign on Friday with a game against Siena at 6 p.m. on Homewood Field.
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Pres. Brody addresses JHU budget
Read the letter sent Feb. 13 by President William R. Brody to all members of the Johns Hopkins University community regarding JHU's budget.
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Chinese for 'test tube'? Help might be near
In 2008, China stood as the second-largest economy in the world after the United States, witnessing steady growth over the past decade. A nation that once suffered a brain drain now experiences the exact opposite, even amid a global economic downturn.
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Obituary: John 'Jack' Frederick Kantner, 88, pioneer in family planning studies

Applicants sought for annual undergraduate arts prizes

School spirit: 'Daniel Coit Gilman' leads JHU birthday bash

JHMI students dance the night away at 'Senior Prom'

IPS students study EBDI's impact on neighborhood

Applied Physics Lab selected to help National Cyber Range

New from JHU Press

Phonics alone not enough to improve young readers' skills

Old meds hold promise as therapy for autoimmune diseases


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