By Marjorie Centofanti
For Dan Drachman — Hopkins neurologist, clarinetist,
and son-in-law of the famous cellist Gregor Piatigorsky
— music is a family affair.
What's in the Fridge?
By Sue De Pasquale
Homewood refrigerators — which hold everything from
cancerous coral to water from the Dismal Swamp — are
as diverse as the campus itself.
By Maria Blackburn
By focusing on prevention, the ElderPlus program at Johns
Hopkins' Bayview Medical Center keeps Baltimore's seniors
active and healthy — and out of the nursing home.
Stories from the
By Catherine Pierre
For almost three decades, paleoecologist Grace Brush has
devoted her research to understanding the Chesapeake's
past. The bay's future may just depend on that work.
By Dale Keiger
Avi Rubin, technical director of Hopkins' Information
Security Institute, argues that computer voting is
seriously flawed. If he's right, could our democracy be at
Students: Students Win Rhodes, Marshall
Sports: D-I Tradition Continues
Politics: Historic Shift in Hispanic
Policy: Secret Service Hits the Books
Humanities: Novel Approach to Nigeria
Research: Fruit Flies' Clues to the Birds and
Mathematics: Mathematical Pluck
Sports: Great Autumn for Athletics
Music: Peabody Expands Its Repertoire
In Memoriam: Hugh Kenner, Revered Literary
Health: Nursing Abused Women Back to
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