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New York Times
December 15, 2010
Still Elegantly Adjusting to Adversity
Johns Hopkins angle: This piece reviews performances on Saturday by Peabody Institute faculty member Leon Fleisher and other Peabody faculty members and students in New York City.

Baltimore Sun
December 14, 2010
Maryland is wealthiest state, census data show
Johns Hopkins angle: Quoted in this article are Sandra J. Newman, a Johns Hopkins urban policy professor, and Thomas LaVeist, a professor in the Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Wall Street Journal
December 15, 2010
Richard Holbrooke: Kennedy Democrat
Johns Hopkins angle: This opinion piece was written by Fouad Ajami, a professor at the School of Advanced International Studies.

Baltimore Sun
December 14, 2010
Dr. George T. Nager, chairman of otolaryngology at Hopkins, dies
Johns Hopkins angle: This obituary for George T. Nager, former chairman of the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the School of Medicine, includes comments from Richard S. Ross, former dean of the Johns Hopkins medical school, and Edward D. Miller, dean of the faculty of the School of Medicine and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Baltimore Sun
December 14, 2010
Netanyahu's historic mistake
Johns Hopkins angle: This opinion piece is by Robert O. Freedman, visiting professor of political science at The Johns Hopkins University.

The Washington Post
December 15, 2010
Political Blog Network: Haley Announces Senior Staff
Johns Hopkins angle: This article states that Jamie Shuster, who received a master's degree in health policy from JHU, has been named director of Budget and Policy as part of South Carolina Gov.-elect Nikki Haley's senior leadership team.

Wall Street Journal
December 15, 2010
Rights push call to Arab nations
Johns Hopkins angle: Mohamed Mattar, protection project executive director at SAIS, is quoted.

ThirdAge
December 14, 2010
HIV Cure: Could Stem Cell Transplant Provide Answer?
Johns Hopkins angle: Quoted is Thomas Quinn, director of Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health.

Red Orbit
December 14, 2010
Man Cured Of HIV After Stem Cell Transplant
Johns Hopkins angle: Quoted is Thomas Quinn, director of Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health.

Philippine Inquirer (AFP)
December 15, 2010
Voyager spacecraft nears outer edge of solar system
Johns Hopkins angle: This Agence France-Press story quotes Rob Decker, a Voyager Low-Energy Charged Particle Instrument co-investigator and senior scientist at APL.

The Chronicle of Philanthropy
December 14, 2010
Texas Charities Pump Billions Into State’s Economy, Report Says
Johns Hopkins angle: This article mentions Johns Hopkins University.

City Beat (Cincinnati)
December 14, 2010
Hahn's Up
Johns Hopkins angle: This feature about classical violinist Hilary Hahn notes that Hahn received five years of Suzuki instruction at the Peabody Conservatory.

Baltimore Sun
December 15, 2010
Ellicott City's Capra entered in Australian Open qualifier
Johns Hopkins angle: A Major League Lacrosse draft item in this column reported that in the sixth round, the Bayhawks brought back defenseman Shawn Nadelen, who played for Johns Hopkins, the franchise leader in games and a two-time All-Star.

American Thinker
December 15, 2010
What WikiLeaks Cables Really Reveal
Johns Hopkins angle: This story includes comments made by John Daly, a non-resident fellow at the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute of the Paul H. Nitze School
of Advanced International Studies.

The Longboat Observer (Florida)
December 15, 2010
Wobbly Feet finances first case study
Johns Hopkins angle: This story reports that Sharon McGrath-Morrow, a pulmonologist at the A-T Clinical Center at Johns Hopkins Hospital will lead a study financed by the Wobbly Feet Foundation.

Gulf Daily News
December 15, 2010
Rights push call to Arab nations
Johns Hopkins angle: This story mentions SAIS.

Helena Independent Record (Montana)
December 15, 2010
Room for improvement
Johns Hopkins angle: This story about Vitamin D mentions that researchers at Johns Hopkins analyzed vitamin D levels in more than 13,000 people and found that those with the lowest levels had a 26 percent greater chance of dying from any cause.

Wausau Daily Herald (Wisconsin)
December 15, 2010
Other View: Walker's plan has promise, questions
Johns Hopkins angle: This commentary mentions that "research completed in part by Johns Hopkins University showed Wisconsin as a state made particular progress in the period studied, from 2002 to 2008."

MSN
December 15, 2010
When GERD Goes Untreated
Johns Hopkins angle: Quoted is Stephen Yang, chief thoracic surgeon at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Times and Democrat (South Carolina)
December 14, 2010
Gov.-elect Nikki Haley announces senior staff
Johns Hopkins angle: Jamie Shuster, named Director of Budget and Policy, has a master's degree in health policy from Johns Hopkins.

The Daily Democrat (California)
December 15, 2010
UCD malaria researcher wins coveted agriculture scholarship
Johns Hopkins angle: Ashley Horton earned her bachelor's degree in public health studies at Johns Hopkins.

HIGHER EDUCATION NEWS

Washington Post – Campus Overload blog
December 14, 2010
Early admission applicants lock in on college plans
The first semester of senior year is barely over, but a growing number of high schoolers already know where they will attend college. Early decision programs
are booming in popularity.

Inside Higher Ed
December 15, 2010
The Senate's Budget Approach
Spending measure for 2011 would protect Pell Grants, boost funds for biomedical research and job training -- and keep earmarks flowing to colleges and others.

New York Times
December 15, 2010
At N.Y.U., Britain’s Gordon Brown Pursues Global Vision
Gordon Brown, named a “distinguished global leader in residence,” sees the potential for “a global network university where barriers are broken down.”

Baltimore Sun
December 14, 2010
McDaniel College to offer math certification program
McDaniel College will offer the state's first certificate for elementary school math specialists after receiving approval from the Maryland State Department of  Education.

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