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Baltimore Sun
March 2, 2009
New Hopkins president enters in rough times
Johns Hopkins angle: Story discusses challenges facing Ronald Daniels, who becomes JHU's 14th president today.

Bloomberg News
March 1, 2009
AIG May Get $30 Billion in Additional U.S. Capital (Update2)
Johns Hopkins angle: Phillip Phan of the Carey Business School is quoted.

Bloomberg News
March 2, 2009
Pimco Said to Advise Bank of America as It Raises Debt Funds
Johns Hopkins angle: Piece quotes Phillip Phan of the Carey Business School.

Telegraph (U.K.)
March 2, 2009
Stricken AIG slumps to record quarterly loss
Johns Hopkins angle: Phillip Phan, professor of management at the Carey Business School, is quoted.

New York Post
March 2, 2009
INSURER SHOCKER
Johns Hopkins angle: Phillip Phan, professor of management at the Carey Business School, is quoted.

USA Today
March 1, 2009
EPA: Air tests near schools a priority
Johns Hopkins angle: The article notes that this newspaper teamed with Johns Hopkins researchers to take "snapshot" air
samples near 95 schools in 30 states.

The Washington Post
March 1, 2009
Hopkins Tuition Hike at 4 Percent
Johns Hopkins angle: University raises tuition about 4 percent.

Wall Street Journal
February 28, 2009
Argentina Raps U.S. Over Critical Words
Johns Hopkins angle: Riordan Roett of SAIS is quoted in an article about Obama administration priorities in Latin America.

Human Resource Executive Online
Regulating Genetic Bias
March 2, 2009
Johns Hopkins angle: The article includes comments from Susannah Baruch, law and policy director of the Genetics and Public
Policy Center at JHU.

Brunei Times
March 2, 2009
SE Asia in 'economic denial' on crisis effects
Johns Hopkins angle: Bridget Welsh, a Southeast Asia scholar at SAIS, is quoted in the article.

Baltimore Business Journal
February 27, 2009
Former Johns Hopkins, NIH exec Zerhouni tapped for DBED post
Johns Hopkins angle: The article identifies Elias Zerhouni as a former executive vice dean for Johns Hopkins
University School of Medicine and creator of Johns Hopkins’ Institute for Cell Engineering.

Baltimore Sun
March 2, 2009
Indoor air can be risk for kids with asthma
Johns Hopkins angle: Gregory B. Diette, a director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Childhood Asthma in the Urban Environment,
and Elizabeth Matsui, a pediatric allergist at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center, are quoted.
 
Baltimore Sun
March 2, 2009
Parishioners cautiously embrace Obama's withdrawal plan
Johns Hopkins angle: Carl Taylor, 92, a professor emeritus at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, is quoted.

Baltimore Sun
March 2, 2009
Classroom partners
Johns Hopkins angle: Article notes that the Middle Grades Partnership combines the resources of nine private schools, 14
public schools and The Johns Hopkins University.

Baltimore Sun
March 1, 2009
Distinctions arguable in aided-suicide cases
Johns Hopkins angle: Article notes that a Johns Hopkins-affiliated physician belongs to an assisted-suicide network known as
Final Exit Network.

Baltimore Sun
February 28, 2009
2 charged in suicide network won't fight extradition
Johns Hopkins angle: Story notes that Lawrence Egbert, a JHU-affiliated physician indicted in a Georgia assisted-suicide
investigation, has waived his right to an extradition hearing.

Seattle Times
March 1, 2009
Assisted suicide back in spotlight after Georgia arrest
Johns Hopkins angle: This Los Angeles Times story mentions Lawrence Egbert, a visiting assistant professor at SoM.

Atlanta Journal Constitution
February 28, 2009
Views of ‘Dr. Death,’ Georgia group clash
Johns Hopkins angle: This Los Angeles Times story mentions Lawrence Egbert, a visiting assistant professor at SoM.

Santa Rosa Press Democrat (Calif.)
March 1, 2009
My back-seat view of a great romance
Johns Hopkins angle: The essay is by Rachel Monroe, a graduate student in the Writing Seminars.

Pioneer Press
February 28, 2009
In failing economy, foreign service attracts many
Johns Hopkins angle: This Columbia News Service story quotes Daniel Hamilton, director of the Center for Transatlantic
Relations and a professor at SAIS.

Indianapolis Star
March 1, 2009
The depression of recession
Johns Hopkins angle: The story quotes Susan Baker a professor in the SoPH.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
March 2, 2009
Making moves: Pitt experiment tracks body shifts
Johns Hopkins angle: Eliot Fishman, a professor of radiology and oncology at SoM, is quoted.

Democratic Voice of Burma
March 2, 2009
Regime should be referred to ICHR
Johns Hopkins angle: Chris Beyrer, director of the Center for Public Health and Human Rights at the SoPH, is quoted.

Chemical & Engineering News
March 2, 2009
Drug Combo Kills Resistant TB
Johns Hopkins angle: William Bishai, co-director of the Center for Tuberculosis Research at SoM, is quoted.

Las Vegas Sun
March 2, 2009
South Dakota lights a path
Johns Hopkins angle: The story is by Mario Martines, co-author of the upcoming book “Policy and Performance in American
Higher Education,” by Johns Hopkins University Press.

CrainsNewYork.com
March 1, 2009
Not-for-profits throw hats in ring for stim funds
Johns Hopkins angle: The story notes that recent Institute for Policy Studies research found that nonprofit groups across the
country are looking for funding for shovel-ready projects worth an estimated $166 billion.

Boston Globe
February 28, 2009
RNC chairman plans turnaround for battered party
Johns Hopkins angle: The story is about alumnus Michael Steele, who was elected the first black Republican National Committee
chairman in late January.

Hartford Courant (Conn.)
February 28, 2009
Rail Link Would Cut Truck Glut
Johns Hopkins angle: The editorial is by Richard Carpenter, author of "A Railroad Atlas of the United States in 1946," from
Johns Hopkins University Press.

Baltimore Sun
March 2, 2009
Names in the News (excerpt)
Johns Hopkins angle: brief mentions that Carmen L. Farrior of Mercy Medical Center, received a Master's of Business
Administration degree from JHU.

Baltimore Sun
March 1, 2009
No. 18 Hopkins falls to No. 6 Princeton
Johns Hopkins angle: Sixth-ranked Princeton scored four unanswered goals in the final 11 minutes to break a tie and defeat
No. 18 Johns Hopkins, 13-9, Saturday at Class of '52 Stadium.

Baltimore Sun
March 1, 2009
A low point for Hopkins
Johns Hopkins angle: Story discusses how JHU coach David Pietramala 'disappointed' after team routed by Princeton.

DCExaminer.com
February 28, 2009
Face-Off Classic » Tigers get early jump on Blue Jays
Johns Hopkins angle: The story is about Saturday's men's lacrosse game.

Allentown Morning Call
March 2, 2009
Muhlenberg women beat Johns Hopkins for conference championship
Johns Hopkins angle: The story is about the women's basketball team, which lost the Centennial Conference championship game
Sunday afternoon.

The Express Times (Pa.)
March 2, 2009
Muhlenberg College women's basketball team NCAA bound after capturing third Centennial Conference title in four years
Johns Hopkins angle: The story is about the women's basketball team, which lost the Centennial Conference championship game
Sunday afternoon.
 
Baltimore Sun
March 2, 2009
Thomas A. Gorman III
Johns Hopkins angle: Gorman attended JHU.

Baltimore Sun
March 1, 2009
Rosalie S. Abrams dies at 92
Johns Hopkins angle: Abrams earned a bachelor's and master's degree from JHU.

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