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Jack Greene Honored by National Humanities Center 05/09
Johns Hopkins Honors Student Book Collectors 04/09
Six Johns Hopkins Faculty Named Guggenheim Fellows 04/09
Three Students Recognized for Contributions to the Arts 04/09
Richard Wilbur to Give Turnbull Poetry Lecture 03/09
Johns Hopkins University Theatre Presents "Simpatico" 02/09
Egypt Today Web Site Follows Archaeologists' Return to the Bottom of Mut Temple's Sacred Lake 01/09
Johns Hopkins Alumna Receives "Genius" Grant 09/08
Hopkins in Egypt Today: Summer 2008 06/08
Wrestling with Rudeness: Advice for Addressing Incivility 06/08
Johns Hopkins Professor Wins Guggenheim Fellowship 05/08
Hérica Valladares of Johns Hopkins Classics Wins Rome Prize 05/08
Johns Hopkins Awards Student Book Collectors 04/08
JHU Theatre's "Bus Stop" Starts Friday, April 25 04/08
Student Seeks Links Between Libraries and Neighborhood Poverty 04/08
Winners of Arts Innovation Grants Announced at Homewood 04/08
"Rebuilding America's Cities" Lecture at Johns Hopkins 04/08
Media Advisory: "Kant's Critique of Judgment: Art, Science and Religion" an International Philosophy Conference 03/08
Winners in First Concerto Competition to Perform 03/08
Mapping the Cosmos Exhibit Presents Hubble Images as Art 03/08
Johns Hopkins' Evergreen Society Receives Grant, Changes Name 03/08
Medieval French Manuscripts to Go Digital in Virtual Collection 02/08
Archaeologists Bring Egyptian Excavation to the Web 02/08
JHU Launches Online Museum Studies Graduate Program 02/08
Student-curated Exhibit on Maryland Childbirth History Opens at Homewood Museum Jan 17
Casting a Vote for Workplace Civility in 2008 01/08
Inaugural Arts Innovation Grants Announced at Homewood 11/07
Johns Hopkins Marks 30th Anniversary of "Callaloo" Journal 10/07
Quarterly 'Hopkins Review' Will Launch this Month 10/07
Winnetka Resident is a Student Curator at Johns Hopkins 09/07
Landscape Painter Paul Hotvedt to Speak at Hopkins 09/07
Beth Ann Fennelly, Tom Franklin to Read at Johns Hopkins 09/07
Grant Will Provide Access to Afro-American Archives 07/07
Archaeologists Bring Egyptian Excavation to the Web for a Second Time this Year 06/07
Inaugural Arts Innovation Grants Announced at Homewood 05/07
American Academy Elects Michael Williams 05/07
Johns Hopkins Philosophers Win Templeton Research Grant 04/07
JHU Course Catalog: Museums and Controversy 04/07
"Zippy" Cartoonist Bill Griffith to Speak April 19 03/07
Archaeologists Bring Egyptian Excavation to the Web 01/07
Norman Rockwell's Santa Paintings: Naughty or Nice? 12/06
Gift will Fund The Complete Prose of T. S. Eliot 12/06
New Museums and Society Program at Johns Hopkins 09/06
Humanist Michael Fried Receives Academy Award in Literature 04/06
Artist Vincent Desiderio to Speak at Johns Hopkins 03/06
Hamilton's Christopher Kovalchick Voted "Young Trustee" 03/06
Johns Hopkins University Theatre to Debut "Returning" 02/06
Undergraduate Honored for Launching Health Programs in India 02/06
Hard Science/Soft Skills Is Topic of Lecture Series 02/06
Grant Will Enhance Virtual Medieval Manuscript Collection 08/05
Roswell Resident Wins Beinecke Scholarship 05/05
Portsmouth Resident Honored for Contributions to the Arts 05/05
Towson Resident Wins Louis Sudler Prize in the Arts 05/05
Amarillo Resident Earns President's Commendation 05/05
Parkton Resident Earns President's Commendation 05/05
American Academy of Arts and Sciences Elects Irwin and Olson 04/05
Six Johns Hopkins Professors Receive Guggenheim Fellowships 04/05
JHU Course Catalog — The Uses of Evil: Historical Encounters with the Devil 04/05
Artist Phoebe Gloeckner to Speak at Johns Hopkins 03/05
Johns Hopkins University Theatre to Stage "Charley's Aunt" 02/05
Helen Vendler to Give Turnbull Memorial Poetry Lecture 02/05
Michael Fried Honored by Andrew W. Mellon Foundation 01/05
Artist Israel Hershberg to Speak at Johns Hopkins University 11/04
Johns Hopkins University Theatre to Stage U.S.A. 10/04
Media Advisory: Political Politeness as the Campaign Nears a Climax 10/04
Symposium to Mark 700th Birthday of Francesco Petrarch 09/04
New Student Theater Troupe at Johns Hopkins to Stage Bluff 08/04
Maryland Artsource Awarded $20,000 07/04
JHU Course Catalog: Teens on Screen 07/04
Symposium to Mark 700th Birthday of Francesco Petrarch 06/04
Pruitt Earns President's Award and Leadership Award 06/04
Carlisle Native Amanda Hockensmith Wins DAAD 05/04
Johns Hopkins Grads to Study Abroad as Fulbright, DAAD Scholars 05/04
An Exploration of the Passion Story: Panel of Scholars to Explore Representations of Christ's Death in Art and Film 04/04
JHU Course Catalog, History of Early Modern Printmaking 03/04
Provost's Undergraduate Research Award: History and French Major Storms French Archives 03/04
Provost's Undergraduate Research Award: "Autism Netverse" Lets Creative Voices Be Heard Online 03/04
Toni Morrison to Speak at Johns Hopkins March 10 02/04
Teamwork Brings Egyptian Dig to Web Once Again 01/04
Johns Hopkins to Offer a Minor in Drama 12/03
Debut Collection of Short Stories by Tristan Davies 11/03
Holiday Civility Tip Sheet 10/03
Media Advisory: Faculty Art Exhibition at Johns Hopkins University's Homewood Art Workshops 10/03
Back on the Airways for the First Time in 43 Years 10/03
Halloween Symbols Unmasked 10/03
Allison Bienkowski Wins Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship 05/03
Rafson Earns President's Award, Arts Honor at Johns Hopkins 04/03
Hopkins Symphony's Concert Will Be a Multimedia Production
Archaeological Dig Resumes in Egypt -- and Online 12/02
Robert Roper Wins Boardman Tasker Prize for Mountain Literature 12/02
Inaugural Film Festival to Bring Thrills, Chills to Hopkins
Laurence Jarvik Receives Fulbright 10/02
Media Advisory: Witchcraft, Sex, Demons and God 10/02
Historian John Baldwin to Receive Legion of Honor 10/02
Dispelling the myths about so-called witches 10/02
Gift Establishes Jewish Studies Program at Johns Hopkins 09/02
New Site to Showcase Maryland Art and Artists 08/02
Johns Hopkins Professor is Curator of The Quest for Immortality 07/02
Digital Research Projects Get $3 Million 05/02
Media Advisory: "Choosing Civility" Author Will Comment on New Rudeness Survey 04/02
Johns Hopkins Film Festival Features Independents 03/02
New Book "Choosing Civility" Is a Tool Kit for Good Manners and the Sane Life 03/02
Art and Movies Convey America's Post-War Anxiety 03/02
Hopkins Student Explores Issues of Identity and Belonging 03/02
Baltimore's Noise Is Music to Hopkins Student's Ears 03/02
Undergrad Finds Clues to 400-Million-Year-Old Mystery 03/02
76 Minutes of Fame: Undergrads' Film Shown in N.Y. Festival 03/02
Witch Hunts an Indirect Effort to Prove God Exists, Scholar Says 02/02
Egyptian Dig Web Site A Hit, Returns in January 12/01
Johns Hopkins Student Selected for Marshall Scholarship 12/01
A New Artist-in-Residence Program Recalls History of Evergreen 07/01
John Astin Stars in New Role as College Professor 04/01
Students Document Dedication of the Mattin Center 04/01
Hopkins Undergraduates Honored for Research 04/01
Libraries Awarded $200,000 for Online Course Development
Hopkins Archeologists Discover Untouched Ancient Tomb 10/00
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Joint Press Release of the Turkish Embassy and The Johns Hopkins University Regarding the Gold Koran 02/2000
Background on the Gold Koran 02/2000
"Virtual" Orchestra to Ring in 2000 at Times Square (11/99)
Times Square New Year's Eve Features "Virtual" Orchestra, Anthem from Peabody (11/99)
Alphabet Originated Centuries Earlier Than Previously Thought 11/99
Why Are There Witches? 10/99
A Passion for Portrait Miniatures Provides Research Focus (09/99)
Living out Loud: A Celebration of Queer Diversity, at Johns Hopkins 03/99
Modern Cops Turn to Ancient Greeks 02/99
Hopkins CD-ROM Allows Students to Get Lost in A Doll House 08/98
Civility Is More than Good Manners 03/98
The Johns Hopkins Civility Project 03/98
In recognition of Women's History Month, note these Hopkins researchers who are excelling in a variety of scientific and social endeavors 03/98
Hopkins Anthropologist Studies Love 02/98
First State-wide Summit on the Role of Arts in Education to Be Held at Johns Hopkins University 12/97
Media Civility Expert at Johns Hopkins 11/97
Hopkins Master of Liberal Arts Program Celebrates 35 Years 11/97
Hopkins Professor Makes Career Choices His Job 09/97
"Meet the Critics" Series Brings Top Critics to Hopkins 09/97
Minority Scholars Convene at Johns Hopkins 06/97
Hopkins Philosopher Examines Philanthropy 02/97
Hopkins Library to Send Publications to Rwanda 02/97
Hopkins Poet Mark Strand Named Chancellor of Academy of American Poets 12/95
Johns Hopkins Project Leading Changes in Publishing 07/95
Neoclassical Architecture and Interiors Symposium at Hopkins 07/94

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