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Johns Hopkins University
901 S. Bond Street, Suite 540
Baltimore, Maryland 21231
Phone: (443) 287-9960 | Fax (443) 287-9920

October 14, 2002
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Glenn Small
glenn@jhu.edu


A Front Seat View of the New Homewood:
Ride Along to Experience the Campus Transformation

Click to start Real Video.

In the past two years, the core of the Homewood campus has undergone a complete transformation. Gone from central campus are the cars and delivery trucks that used to rumble past the AMR buildings; gone, too, are the asphalt and concrete walkways and pavements, replaced with brick and marble walkways.

Hundreds of new trees, shrubs and other plants have been added, as have dozens of benches and decorative lamp posts. If you haven't been to the Homewood campus in a few years, you might be surprised at how much it's changed.

Take a front seat ride across the new Homewood campus by watching this video, which was shot on Friday, September 20, 2002.

Watch the video in Real format.
Broadband version.
Lowband version.

(Real Networks offers a free version of their player, if your computer doesn't have it. Newer computers come bundled with this player, but those with older computers may need to download the player. If you have any trouble at all, please e-mail: media@jhu.edu)

Watch it using Windows Media Player.
Broadband version.
Lowband version.

To drive through the Alumni Memorial Residences quad, click on one of the following:
Real Video.
Windows Media Player.
(Length: 1:41 minutes)

To drive through the upper quad, click on one of the following:
Real Video.
Windows Media Player.
(Length: 2 minutes)

To drive through the Gilman tunnel and the lower quad, click on one of the following:
Real Video.
Windows Media Player.
(Length: 2:58 minutes)

To drive through Levering Plaza and by the new Hodson and Clark halls, click on one of the following:
Real Video.
Windows Media Player.
(Length: 1:48 minutes)

To drive from the Bloomberg Center for Physics and Astronomy to the White Athletic Center, click on one of the following:
Real Video.
Windows Media Player.
(Length: 2:50 minutes)

 

For more information about the project, go to the Masterplan homepage.

 

Notes

You'll need a RealPlayer to watch or listen to these audio
and video presentations. RealPlayer8 Basic is available for free here.

If you have any problems viewing these presentations or downloading the RealPlayer, please contact Glenn Small at,
e-mail glenn@jhu.edu.

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