By Dale Keiger
Johns Hopkins scientists who research such subjects as
prostitution, AIDS, and drug use are finding their federal
funding at risk.
By Catherine Pierre
A novelist, a small-business owner, a founder of a
charitable organization — here's just a taste of
Johns Hopkins' freshman class.
By Joanne Cavanaugh Simpson
A new book by Hopkins historian Richard Kagan explores the
lives of six prisoners caught in the prosecutorial web of
the Spanish Inquisition.
By Maria Blackburn
Sweeping new patient-privacy regulations have complicated
life at Johns Hopkins Medicine. Now many are asking: Are
the benefits worth the cost?
By Maria Blackburn, Photos by Mike Ciesielski
Johns Hopkins' special collections are full of small
wonders — little objects striking for their rarity
and their tiny beauty.
Medicine: The Sweet Smell of a Nobel
International Studies: Mourning Paul H.
Humanities: Theater Program Finds a Home
Students: Food and Fun on an Autumn
Humanities: More on Mark Twain
Books: Celebrating a Certain Joie de
Mathematics: Adding Up Good Vibrations
Public Health: Bloomberg School Looks for
Engineering: Water Treatment to Bank
Students: Frank Talk About Student Sex
Community: Reading a Community's Needs
Professional Studies: Academic Approach to Real
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