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New Scientist
June 10, 2011
Small galaxies may only give birth to small stars
Johns Hopkins angle: Krieger School astrophysicist Rosemary Wyse comments in this science story.

HuffPost Politics
June 11, 2011
How About a Paul-Paul Ticket for 2012?
Johns Hopkins angle: Robert Guttman, director of the Center on Politics and Foreign Relations at SAIS, wrote this piece.

CNN
June 10, 2011
LGBT in school: 'I lost a lot of my friends'
Johns Hopkins angle: Quoted is Chris Kraft, co-director of Clinical Services at the Sexual Behaviors Consultation Unit at Johns Hopkins University.

New Kerala (ANI)
June 9, 2011
Heat can cause photoreceptors to give 'false alarms' to eyes
Johns Hopkins angle: ANI reports on a study led by King-Wai Yau, a professor of neuroscience at Johns Hopkins and member of its Center for Sensory Biology.

IO9.com
June 10, 2011
Will we ever have the Predator’s heat vision?
Johns Hopkins angle: Quoted is Johns Hopkins neuroscientist King-Wai Yau.

Top News
June 10, 2011
Better You Know Your Partner Better the Sexual Relations You Maintain: Study
Johns Hopkins angle: This story reports that a new study from the Bloomberg School of Public Health has revealed that to have a much more satisfying sex life, it is important for partners to understand each other’s emotions and feelings.

New Kerala (ANI)
June 10, 2011
Scientists say men who are good listeners are better at sex
Johns Hopkins angle: A study led by Adena Galinsky of the Bloomberg School of Public Health found that sexual enjoyment in women was consistently linked to an empathetic male partner.

Baltimore Business Journal
June 11, 2011
Canton, Fells Point, Federal Hill and Patterson Park are city’s hottest neighborhoods
Johns Hopkins angle: The Johns Hopkins Live Near Your Work program is mentioned.

Baltimore Business Journal
June 11. 2011
People on the Move
Johns Hopkins angle: This article states that Glenn Bieler has been appointed vice president for communications and public affairs at Johns Hopkins University.

Baltimore Business Journal
Towson engineering firm wins $10M Navy contract
June 11, 2011
Johns Hopkins angle: Johns Hopkins is mentioned in this article.

AllAfrica.com
June 9, 2011
Madagascar: Vaccination Efforts Pay Off
Johns Hopkins angle: The Bloomberg School of Public Health is mentioned in this story.

St. George Daily Spectrum (Utah)
June 10, 2011
Saying 'thank you' to Henrietta Lacks for her medical work
Johns Hopkins angle: Lacks was a patient at Johns Hopkins Hospital in the early 1950s.

Wall Street Journal
June 11, 2011
Lacrosse Muscles Up
Johns Hopkins angle: This article mentions Johns Hopkins University.

Phillyburbs.com
June 10, 2011
Fundraising event features New York Times best-selling author Elin Hilderbrand
Johns Hopkins angle: Hilderbrand is a JHU alumna.

Star Democrat (Easton, Md.)
June 8, 2011
Neil D. Bishop
Johns Hopkins angle: This obituary mentions that Bishop studied at the Peabody Conservatory.

Morgan Messenger (Berkeley Springs, W.V.)
June 9, 2011
Century 21 founder Thomas Ryan, dies
Johns Hopkins angle: This obituary states that Ryan attended the Peabody Institute, where he studied the piano and guitar.

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New York Times
June 9, 2011
Colleges Now Offering Education in Disaster
Many schools, including SUNY New Paltz, have set up popular programs in emergency management and disaster response.

The New Republic
June 9, 2011
Bad Job Market: Why the Media Is Always Wrong About the Value of a College Degree
For going on four decades, the press has been raising alarms that college degrees may no longer be a sound investment. Two things about these stories have remained constant: They always feature an over-educated bartender, and they are always wrong.

Huffington Post College (AP)
June 8, 2011
More Hispanic Students Graduating And Attending College, Census Says
A higher percentage of young Hispanic adults is finishing high school, and the number attending a two-year college has nearly doubled over the last decade, according to Census data released Wednesday.

Diverse Issues in Higher Education
June 10, 2011
IHEP Launches College Completion Coalition
The National Coalition for College Completion—made up of civil rights organizations, businesses and student advocacy groups—will focus on increasing access to financial aid and building support networks for low-income students.

Chronicle of Higher Education
June 10, 2011
Strong Leadership at Colleges Is Key as Flow of Dollars Ebbs, Moody's Analyst Says
Institutions that find ways to educate students more efficiently could come out ahead even in hard times, said the director of the company's higher-education practice.

Chronicle of Higher Education – WorldWise blog
June 9, 2011
4 Globally Oriented Tips on Using Social Media
What are universities worldwide doing with blogs, Twitter, and other online tools? David Wheeler offers some “collected wisdom” on the use of social media.

Chronicle of Higher Education
June 5, 2011
In Making Campuses Safe for Women, a Travesty of Justice for Men – Commentary
In an effort to make campuses safe and equitable for women, the U.S. Department of Education advocates procedures that are unjust to men.


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