C A M P U S E S
Journeys in Elegance
Fourteen years after he fled Vietnam, a young professor has
PalmPilots on his mind--and the poetry of his native land in his
Updates: "Great Excavations"
at Homewood... a new dean for SPSBE... Tuition rise modest, for
most... students stage a sit-in
A R T S
A N D H U M A N I T I E S
Summertime, When the Readin' is
We raided the personal book lists of a dozen Hopkins academics to
find out what they plan to dig into between now and September.
Musings: The "good conduct" of
sex... words that changed the Roman world... remembering
Pocomoke... an Oz extravaganza
P U B L I C
P O L I C Y A N D
I N T E R N A T I O N A L
A F F A I R S
The Struggle Continues
The bloodiest battle on the planet, one that few people know
about, is going on right now in Eritrea. An intrepid Pew Fellow
hit the trenches to capture the story on film.
Briefings: Dissecting the roots
of corruption... heading off the "summer slide"... beyond the
S C I E N C E
& T E C H N O L O G
Shark cartilage therapy is a widely touted cancer treatment and a
growing commercial enterprise. Gary Ostrander has the science to
show there's something fishy going on.
Findings: The serene screech of
falling snowflakes... a new name for NEAR... the harmonious
matter of attention... unlocking an ancient riddle
H E A L T H
M E D I C I N E
From the human radiation experiments of the 1950s to today's
tough questions involving limited healthcare dollars, Ruth Faden
is at the center of the bioethics debate.
Vital Signs: Earlier, easier
cancer detection... pain relief that's a fantasy... why
schizophrenia hits men harder... docs in the movies