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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University April 20, 2009 | Vol. 38 No. 31

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A 'tender, sassy and cool' poet
Kevin Young to give this year's Joshua Ringel Memorial Reading

Kevin Young joins a list of visiting poets that has included Billy Collins, Kenneth Koch, Robert Pinsky, Grace Paley, John Ashbery and Sharon Olds.

The Joshua Ringel Memorial Reading celebrates its 12th season at 5 p.m. on Sunday, May 11, when poet Kevin Young takes to the Hodson Hall podium on the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus.
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University unveils self-exam
The university has released online a draft of its 2009 Periodic Review Report, a 140-page self-examination of the university and its academic divisions that will help set the stage for Johns Hopkins' upcoming reaccreditation in 2014.
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APL spacecraft capture a solar storm in 3-D
The APL-built and -operated twin STEREO observatories have made the first 3-D measurements of solar explosions, known as coronal mass ejections, enabling scientists to see their size and shape, and to image them as they travel approximately 93 million miles from the sun to Earth. Scientists will be able to use this information to help determine how these strong solar storms will impact Earth's atmosphere.
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JHU salutes its student employees and their employers

Zerhouni rejoins Johns Hopkins Medicine as senior adviser

Autopsy study links prostate cancer to single rogue cell

For the Record: Three students recognized for contributions to arts at JHU

Marimba and Brahms close out Hopkins Symphony season

Lawrence Summers, Dominique Strauss-Kahn keynote SAIS event


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