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The Wall Street Journal
April 17, 2009
The India Vote
Johns Hopkins angle: This opinion article was written by Arvind Subramanian, senior research professor at Johns Hopkins University.

Online NewsHour (PBS)
April 16, 2009
Gun Control Debate Revisited on Anniversary of Virginia Tech Shooting
Johns Hopkins angle: This TV transcript includes comments from Daniel Webster, co-director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research.

Space Daily
April 17, 2009
Capturing A Solar Storm In 3D
Johns Hopkins angle: This article reports that the APL-built and -operated twin STEREO observatories have made
the first 3-D measurements of solar explosions.

Baltimore Sun
April 17, 2009
College lacrosse: the week ahead
Johns Hopkins angle: No. 10 Johns Hopkins (5-4)
Coming up: Vs. No. 11 Navy, Saturday, 2 p.m., Homewood Field; at Towson, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.

The Star (Malaysia)
April 17, 2009
Zambian First Lady wants to adopt Malaysian childhood plan
Johns Hopkins angle: The article includes comments from Lea Ybarra, executive director for the Center for
Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins.

Yahoo! News Malaysia
April 17, 2009
Johns Hopkins angle: This article reports on comments that Lea Ybarra, executive director for the Centre of
Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins made to reporters at the International Conference on Early Childhood Education in Kuala Lumpur. (UK)
April 16, 2009
Renaissance Florence - Cradle of capitalism
Johns Hopkins angle: Richard Goldthwaite is professor emeritus of history at Johns Hopkins.

Bangkok Post
April 16, 2009
Satterlee piano recital
Johns Hopkins angle: Pianist Robert Satterlee holds degrees in piano from Peabody.

Boston Globe Online
April 17, 2009
Ready to rumble: Lawmakers hope to bring UFC to MA
Johns Hopkins angle: This Associated Press article notes that a 2006 study by Johns Hopkins University found
that the knockout rate in mixed martial arts appears to be lower than in boxing.

Maryland Daily Record
April 17, 2009
Bayview names director of quality and safety management programs
Johns Hopkins angle: This brief points to Stacey Schaab's appointment as director of performance improvement at
Johns Hopkins Bayview.

Perry County Times (Pa.)
April 16, 2009
Fund-raisers help man facing liver transplant
Johns Hopkins angle: This feature about a man with a severe liver disorder states that he has been evaluated
for a liver transplant by Ahmet Gurakar, an associate professor of gastroenterology in the School of Medicine.

Yankton Press & Dakotan
April 17, 2009
No Yankton Air Quality Tests – Yet
Johns Hopkins angle: Johns Hopkins research is mentioned.

April 17, 2009
Fighting Caffeine Addiction
Johns Hopkins angle: The story quotes Chad Reissig of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at
the School of Medicine.

Baltimore Jewish Times – iNSIDER
April 2009
Where are they now? Maxine Aarons Given
Johns Hopkins angle: Given is Director of Finance at the Fund for Johns Hopkins Medicine.

WCVB-TV (Boston)
April 17, 2009
Lawmakers Seek To Regulate 'Ultimate Fight' Bouts
Johns Hopkins angle: A 2006 study by JHU found that the knockout rate in mixed martial arts appears to be lower
than in boxing, and there have been no deaths in the sport in the United States. The study also said the most common injuries were facial cuts.
April 16, 2009
Former NASA chief moves on--NASA not so much
Johns Hopkins angle: The story is about Michael Griffin, formerly of APL.

Baltimore Jewish Times – iNSIDER
April 2009
The Growth in Baltimore Lacrosse For All Ages
Johns Hopkins angle: The lacrosse program and Jesse Schwartzman, former goalie for Johns Hopkins University,
are mentioned.

Our Sports Central (Idaho)
April 16, 2009
Boise makes some moves ahead of Saturday's home opener at Qwest Arena
Johns Hopkins angle: This article mentions that Ben Scott, a kicker for the Boise Burn arena football team,
attended Johns Hopkins, where he earned a spot on the AFCA All-America Team, becoming just the second player in school history to do so.

The Washington Post
April 17, 2009
William H. Carter Obit
Johns Hopkins angle: The physicist and engineer lectured at Johns Hopkins University.

Johns Hopkins University