By Dale Keiger
When Johns Hopkins epidemiologists set out to study how
many Iraqis had died since the war began, they didn't know
their findings would be so controversial.
To the Letter: Peabody Turns
By Catherine Pierre
In February 1857, George Peabody signed the letter that
would make his vision of a cultural institute for Baltimore
a reality. We take a brief look at some of its history.
The Tutor Period
By Maria Blackburn
The Johns Hopkins Tutorial Project pairs university
students with kids who need a hand. Lessons in reading and
writing are just the beginning.
By David Dudley, A&S '90
In the fight to restore the American wild, conservation
biologist and Writing Seminars graduate Jonathan Adams, A&S
'86 (MA), is trying to bring the war home.
The Department of Second
By Virginia Hughes, A&S '06 (MA)
For more than two decades, the Johns Hopkins heart
transplant team hasn't just been changing hearts. It has
been changing lives.
Wholly Hopkins: Matters of note from around Johns
Business/Education: Hopkins launches new schools
University: Campaign sets its sights
University: Provost Knapp to take GW
Music: And the nominees are...
Engineering: Mock trial teaches real
Students: Trinh's killer gets life
University: "Work to do" for gender, racial
Sports: Yale bests Hopkins in historic
Physics: A rare particle-physics find
Sports: Jays make All-America
Libraries: Macksey collection will join Sheridan
Obituary: Meningitis claims life of faculty
Syllabus | Investigations | Academese | Forever Altered |
Here & Abroad | Bottom Line | Vignette | Up & Comer |
Findings | JHUniverse | Vital Signs
Contributors to the February
The Big Question:
Is Hopkins Ready for a Fashion Makeover?
The Big Picture: Sit, Eat
Editor's Note: Giving and
Essay: On Demand
Alumni Notes and Awards
Your Other Life: High Hopes