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Minnesota Post
October 15, 2010
Challenges Chilean miners will face after returning to surface
Johns Hopkins angle: Quoted is Krieger School biologist Samer Hattar.

October 14, 2010
Chilean miners: A long road back to 'normal'
Johns Hopkins angle: Quoted is Krieger School biologist Samer Hattar.

Denver Post
October 15, 2010
Low-income students perform better in affluent schools, study says
Johns Hopkins angle: This Washington Post story quotes Stefanie DeLuca, a Krieger School sociologist.

Baltimore Business Journal
October 15, 2010
Is Baltimore’s commercial real estate industry rebounding?
Johns Hopkins angle: Roger Staiger, an adjunct professor of real estate at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, is quoted.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
October 15, 2010
Commentary: "Waiting for Superman" doesn't tell the whole story
Johns Hopkins angle: This opinion piece mentions Johns Hopkins research on drop out factories.

Montgomery Gazette (Md.)
October 15, 2010
Montgomery launches tech transfer center
Johns Hopkins angle: This article mentions Johns Hopkins and quotes Robin Ferrier, spokeswoman for Johns Hopkins Montgomery County campus.

Baltimore Sun
October 15, 2010
Marathon running is not more dangerous than other sports, studies show
Johns Hopkins angle: The story quotes Theodore Abraham, an associate professor at the School of Medicine and its Heart and Vascular Institute; and Dorianne Feldman, a faculty member in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Johns Hopkins.

Huffington Post
October 14, 2010
How HIV Prevention Has to Change
Johns Hopkins angle: This column mentions the opinion of David Holtgrave of the School of Public Health.

Baltimore Business Journal
October 15, 2010
Baltimore-area construction firms building new path to profits
Johns Hopkins angle: Mentions an $18 million construction-management project at Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health.

New Straits Times
October 15, 2010
Full text of PM’s Budget 2011 speech
Johns Hopkins angle: This speech mentions a project between the Academic Medical Center and Johns Hopkins Medicine International.

October 14, 2010
Study Show 2 Experimental Drugs Are Able to Reduce Virus Levels in Blood
Johns Hopkins angle: David L. Thomas of the School of Medicine is quoted.

Montreal Gazette
October 15, 2010
Desperate people blinded by online pseudo-science
Johns Hopkins angle: This article mentions e-mails that falsely claim that doctors at Johns Hopkins have cured cancer.

October 14, 2010
Chile Miners Mental Well Being Will Suffer
Johns Hopkins angle: Quoted is George Everly of the School of Public Health.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
October 15, 2010
Obama: Economy stokes ‘tribal attitude’
Johns Hopkins angle: During a town hall meeting, Kishor Nagula, a graduate student at SAIS asked President Obama a question.

ABC News
October 14, 2010
Forget ‘Boxers of Briefs?” : President Obama Faces Tough Questions at MTV Town Hall
Johns Hopkins angle: During the town hall, a SAIS student asked the president a question about why racial relations in the U.S. seem to have deteriorated in the last few years.

Carroll County Times (Md.)
October 15, 2010
College Notebook
Johns Hopkins angle: Sophomore wideout Scott Cremens (Westminster) has emerged as one of Johns Hopkins’ top receivers this season.

Baltimore Sun
October 15, 2010
Sports Digest
Johns Hopkins angle: Mike Gibbons, president of the International Sports Heritage Association, earned his master of arts degree from Johns Hopkins.

Washington Post
October 15, 2010
Ex teacher pays price for crack addiction
Johns Hopkins angle: This story mentions that Brendon Friedman was working on a master’s degree in teaching at Johns Hopkins.

Maryland Daily Record
October 14, 2010
On the Move, 10/15: Project PLASE’s Slicher honored
Johns Hopkins angle: Joseph Samek has a master’s degree in engineering from JHU.

Baltimore Jewish Times
October 15, 2010
Life with Baltimoreans Who Now Call Israel Home
Johns Hopkins angle: Rich Dresser received a degree from JHU.

Pittsburgh Business Times
October 14, 2010
Excela names Granato chief medical officer
Johns Hopkins angle: Dr. Jerome Granato, who has been named chief medical officer at Excela Health, received his medical degree from Johns Hopkins University and completed his internship and residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital.


Diverse Issues in Higher Education
October 15, 2010
Amid Rampant Budget Cutting, U.S. Colleges Anticipate Tough Academic Year
Schools across the nation are searching for ways to function effectively on less and adapt to a slower and weaker than expected national economic recovery.

Today Show
October 15, 2010
College Recruiting
New York Times reporter Jacques Steinberg and Grinnell College's Dean of Admissions, Seth Allen, discuss recruiting tours by college admissions officers on the Today Show.

Associated Press
October 15, 2010
For-profit schools reel as rules affect enrollment
The nation's largest for-profit college says it will take a big hit to enrollment — and its bottom line — as it tightens admission practices.

Johns Hopkins University