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Looking for Amelia
By Joanne Cavanaugh Simpson
Their finds, long lost to the sea's icy depths, include a Japanese submarine laden with gold, an ancient Greek cargo vessel, and Israel's ill-fated Dakar. Now David Jourdan (MS '84) and his team are out to solve the ultimate 20th-century mystery: Where is Amelia Earhart?

All-Star Statues
By Mary Mashburn
Johns Hopkins is teeming with monuments, from the Bufano owl at Homewood to the revered "Divine Healer" at Hopkins Hospital. Our subjective scouting report highlights the MVPs.

Sexy Devils
By Dale Keiger
What really lay behind the massive witch hunts of the Middle Ages? With his new book, Demon Lovers, Walter Stephens, professor of Italian Studies, upends conventional wisdom about centuries of cruelty and injustice.

Patches of Insight
By Michael Purdy
10 ... and counting. That's the number of manned space shuttle missions that have carried significant contributions from Johns Hopkins scientists. Crew mission patches, unique to each flight, tell the story.

$2 Billion and Beyond
Interview by Sue De Pasquale
This spring, with $728 million already committed, the university officially launched an ambitious new fund-raising campaign. We sat down with development's Robert Lindgren to see how he and his fund-raising team are gearing up to meet the challenge.

  Wholly Hopkins

Medicine: Zerhouni to Direct NIH

University: Alumna Einhorn to Lead SAIS

In Memoriam: Biagi Killed by Terrorists

University: Hill Named Dean of Nursing

University: Biotech Park to Fight Blight

Education: It's the Principals That Count

Policy: IPS Study Finds Positives in Public Housing

Medicine: Championing the Art of Deduction

Sports: Strong Seasons for Lacrosse, Baseball

Science: Tapping Trees for an Ancient Weather Report

Religion: Toward a Spiritual Awakening

Science: Medicine in Waterways Could Be Bitter Pill

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Johns Hopkins
Magazine, June 2002

On the cover: The allegorical male figure from the Johns Hopkins Monument at Homewood.

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