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The Maestra Tunes Up
By Dale Keiger
Marin Alsop, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra music director and a Peabody distinguished visiting artist, is determined to make classical music hip.

After the Fire
By Maria Blackburn
When Bryan Fultz set himself on fire in an office accident, it was up to the Johns Hopkins Burn Center staff not just to save his life, but to give it back to him.

More Than a Mere Student
By W. Barksdale Maynard
Woodrow Wilson found Johns Hopkins' "specializing mania" intolerable. His time here wasn't pleasant, but it may have inspired some of his most important ideas.

Cutting the Risk
By Cassandra Willyard, A&S '07 (MA)
A new study by Bloomberg School of Public Health researchers suggests that circumcision is a surprisingly effective way to prevent HIV transmission.

  Wholly Hopkins

Wholly Hopkins: Matters of note from around Johns Hopkins

University: Hopkins names new provost

Policy: Knowledge for a greener world

Books: Your brain on evolution

Medicine: A different moral view

Computers: Speaking our language

Science: And the winners are...

Humanities: Hopkins Review redux

Graduate Studies: In response to great tragedy

Students: CTY helps map research plans

Education: Lessons from the Holocaust

Medicine: I'll take Docs for $500, Alex

Wholly Hopkins:   Syllabus | Investigations | Academese | Forever Altered | Here & Abroad | Bottom Line | Vignette | Up & Comer | Findings | JHUniverse | Vital Signs


Contributors to the September Issue
The Big Question: Is It Sweeter the Second Time?
Editor's Note: Summer Fun
Letters: Credit Where It's Due
Essay: Call of the Wild
Golomb's Gambits™
Alumni Notes and Awards
Alumni News
Your Other Life: Bon Voyage!

Johns Hopkins
Magazine, September 2007

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