H E A L T H
M E D I C I N E
Prone to Panic
By David Levine
'73, MA '75
Life changed irrevocably for David Levine on a May morning in
1972. The terror that descended upon him would go undiagnosed for
Vital Signs: Ambassadors for
relief... doling out dollars... capping vision loss... after
prostate surgery... preventing HIV
S C I E N C E
& T E C H N O L O G
A Daughter's Declaration
From what materials should the tapestry of history be woven?
Hairy threads of DNA? Stories told? Words written? The story of
one woman's quest to proclaim her heritage.
Findings: FUSE blasts off...
puzzling bubbles... wowing the RNA Club... listening like a
sub... an alum's earthly pursuits
C A M P U S E S
The Boys of '49
Excerpted from A Boy No More, By
Paxton Davis '49
"College after the war, it became clear, was nothing like college
before," writes Paxton Davis, in his moving account of life at
Hopkins during the late '40s.
Also: A Golden Return to
Checking in with the '49ers at their 50th reunion.
Updates: A select crop of
freshmen... Internet access tightened... gifts toward better
health... awarding creativity
H O P K I N S
A N D T H E W O R L D
E C O N O M Y
a s p e c i a l
r e p o r t
"C" is for Capitalism
By Joanne P.
Communism's last heavyweight holdout is increasingly about
money--a reality that is having an important impact on students
at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center.
The Celtic Tiger: Stalking
Ireland's economy is booming, but some families remain mired in
poverty. What are the lessons for Hopkins's international urban
planners? They meet in Cork to find out.
The Way According to Hanke
Currency boards are front and center in debates about collapsing
economies, thanks to economist Steve Hanke. He's front and center
as well--which is just fine with him.
Briefings: Camp Inspiration...
endlessly fascinated by the Great War... a cultured
entrepreneur... when aptitude goes unnurtured