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The Washington Post
April 1, 2009
Recession Has Silver Lining for Class of '09
Johns Hopkins angle: This article quotes John Latting, dean of undergraduate admissions at Johns Hopkins
University and William Conley, dean of enrollment and academic services at the university.

Bloomberg News
April 1, 2009
Williams Stuffs Students Into Dorms as Economy Pares Endowments
Johns Hopkins angle: The article states that Johns Hopkins is among the prominent schools that have been experiencing investment losses and are planning to increase student populations. John Latting, dean of undergraduate admissions, is quoted.

WBAL-TV (Baltimore)
April 1, 2009
Woman Uses Postcards to Keep Home
Johns Hopkins angle: Roger Staiger, adjunct professor at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, is quoted.

U.S. News & World Report
March 31, 2009
Employees, Leave the Attitude at the Door
Johns Hopkins angle: P.M. Forni, founder of the Civility Initiative at Johns Hopkins University, is quoted.

Guardian (U.K.)
March 31, 2009
Having twins, triplets or more increases chance of postnatal depression
Johns Hopkins angle: The story is based on research from the SoPH.

Ivanhoe
April 1, 2009
Multiple Births Up Depression Risk
Johns Hopkins angle: Study author Cynthia Minkovitz of the SoPH is quoted.

United Press International
March 31, 2009
Moms of multiples more likely depressed
Johns Hopkins angle: This article reports on SoPH research led by Yoonjoung Choi.

EE Times (Electrical Engineering Times)
March 31, 2009
Microchip, Chang headline 2009 ACE Award winners
Johns Hopkins angle: This article reports that APL was co-recipient of the IEEE Spectrum "Technology in the Service of Society Award" for a joint project creating an artificial human arm.

KATC.COM (Lafayette, Louisiana)
April 1, 2009
Previously unpublished Walker Percy story in print
Johns Hopkins angle: The Associated Press article states that the Percy story will be published in the spring issue of "The Hopkins Review," a literary quarterly published by the Johns Hopkins University Press.

Politico
April 1, 2009
A sneak attack on the U.S. dollar?
Johns Hopkins angle: This article refers to a presentation given March 24 at the Unrestricted Warfare Symposium, held at APL.

Washington Times
April 1, 2009
Taliban threatens attack in D.C.
Johns Hopkins angle: The article includes comments from Mary Habeck, an associate professor of strategic studies at SAIS.

Middle East Times (Washington, D.C.)
April 1, 2009
A Hollow Alliance: NATO's 60th and the Afghan Legacy
Johns Hopkins angle: This opinion piece was written by Bennett Ramberg, who earned a doctorate at Johns Hopkins.

WJZ Channel 13 (Baltimore)
March 31, 2009
Firefighters Change Diet For Healthier Lifestyle
Johns Hopkins angle: This article includes a comment from Dominique Ashen, a nurse practitioner in the SoM, about the connection between diet and heart disease.

NASDAQ.Com
March 31, 2009
Paulson: Credit Markets Remain Key To Recovery
Johns Hopkins angle: This Dow Jones Newswires article, with comments from former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, mentions that Paulson is currently a visiting scholar at SAIS.

Baltimore Sun
April 1, 2009
Viewpoint: Strengthen a fraying trans-Atlantic alliance
Johns Hopkins angle: Co-author Erik Jones is the resident professor of European studies at the Bologna Center at SAIS.

MSNBC
April 1, 2009
Should all males be circumcised?
Johns Hopkins angle: Article focused on study about circumcision done by a team of researchers that included those at JHU.

Voice of America
March 31, 2009
Male Circumcision Reduces Chances of Human Papillomavirus
Johns Hopkins angle: The story refers to research conducted by SoPH and other institutions.

China Daily
April 1, 2009
Study: Male circumcision helps prevent 2 STDs
Johns Hopkins angle: The story refers to research conducted by SoPH and other institutions.

Birmingham News (Ala.)
March 31, 2009
Alabama's high school graduation rate among most improved but still lags nation
Johns Hopkins angle: The story refers to research by the Everyone Graduates Center at CSOS.

WQEN FM (Alabama)
March 31, 2009
Alabama Graduation Numbers A Mixed Bag
Johns Hopkins angle: Piece includes information from a study out of Johns Hopkins' Everyone Graduates Center.

Tuscaloosa News (Ala.)
April 1, 2009
Budget cuts put graduation gains at risk
Johns Hopkins angle: The story refers to research by the Everyone Graduates Center at CSOS.

Huntsville Times (Ala.)
April 1, 2009
Graduation Success
Johns Hopkins angle: The editorial refers to research by the Everyone Graduates Center at CSOS.

Tiscali.com (U.K.)
April 1, 2009
China's autism parents walk lonely road for help
Johns Hopkins angle: Reuters piece quotes Li-Ching Lee, an epidemiologist at the SoPH.

Baltimore Messenger
April 1, 2009
Focus on People
Johns Hopkins angle: The column notes that pianist Mengyu Lan and cellist Philip Wolf, both students at Johns Hopkins, have won the 2009 Johns Hopkins Concerto Competition.

Baltimore Magazine
March 2009
On Call: A peek inside the lives of first-year doctors.
Johns Hopkins angle: Sarah Stewart de Ramirez, an intern at Johns Hopkins Hospital's Emergency Department, is among those featured in the story.

Times Online (U.K.)
April 1, 2009
The madness of Big Pharma
Johns Hopkins angle: Story mentions that mania is the topic of one of a new Johns Hopkins series of books about individual diseases.

TampaBay.com
April 1, 2009
Good for You
Johns Hopkins angle: The column notes that James P. Gills was honored with the 2007 Johns Hopkins School of Medicine's Distinguished Medical Alumnus Award and was elected to the Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars.

American Conservative Magazine
April 6, 2009
The Rites of War
Johns Hopkins angle: The story mentions Michael Vlahos, a fellow and principal at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory.

FOXNews.com
March 31, 2009
Patients Urge Legalization of Medical Marijuana, Say 'Compassionate Use' Act Provides False Security
Johns Hopkins angle: Delegate Henry Heller, D-Montgomery, the sponsor of the bill, said the task force would also consider establishing research programs at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland medical schools.

Baltimore Sun
April 1, 2009
Christopher 'Chric' Lamb (obituary)
Johns Hopkins angle: Lamb earned a bachelor's degree in engineering from JHU.

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