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Extreme poverty examined

October 6, 2015
Book co-authored by JHU social scientist Kathryn Edin profiles the poorest of the poor in the U.S. / Marketplace

JHU cosmologist honored

October 1, 2015
Alex Szalay receives IEEE Computer Society Sidney Fernbach Award
CLASS trip

Moving toward 'first light'

September 30, 2015
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High-powered JHU telescope, designed to explore early universe, prepares to relocate to Chile

JHU chemist honored

September 21, 2015
Marc Greenberg named Arthur C. Cope Scholar for his research on nucleic acids
Health care spending

Obamacare chilling effect?

September 21, 2015
Affordable Care Act saps enthusiasm for increased government health care spending, study suggests
Consumer Behavior

Know not, waste lots

Fall 2015
The amount of food wasted in the U.S. every day could fill the Rose Bowl stadium. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Cognitive Psychology

That color? You're sure?

Fall 2015
Remembering an exact shade of a color is tough. A new study tells us why. / Johns Hopkins Magazine

For witch it stands

Fall 2015
New book examines 1922 silent film that billed itself as a "documentary of witchcraft" / Johns Hopkins Magazine

Dean of fine arts

Fall 2015
Former Krieger School Dean Daniel Weiss is the new president of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. / Johns Hopkins Magazine

American Injustice

Fall 2015
A journalist delves into post-Katrina police violence / Johns Hopkins Magazine

War & Murder

Fall 2015
Historical fiction with a reporter's attention to detail / Johns Hopkins Magazine

Best first date

Fall 2015
David and Angie Boyter remember how their whirlwind romance started--at a Hopkins homecoming game / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Getting around

Circulator coming soon

September 10, 2015
Hopkins hops on expanded Purple Route for city's free Charm City Circulator
Neighbors, not classmates

Dynamics of school choice

September 2, 2015
Sociologist Julia Burdick-Will challenges notion that students in low-income neighborhoods become trapped in failing schools