In the Fall 2011 issue
The Wrong Man
By Margaret Guroff
After weeks of interrogation, Glenn Carle, SAIS ’85, concluded that the man
in front of him was not the al-Qaida terrorist the CIA accused him of being.
The Great Unknowns
By Michael Anft
Even our biggest brains can’t crack nature’s knottiest mysteries — some seemingly
simply phenomena still lie beyond the veil of human knowledge.
Saving Hart Crane
By David Dudley
Forty years ago, professor John Irwin embarked on a mission: to rescue one of
America’s most polarizing poets from his own excesses.
The Greatest Veneration
By Bret McCabe
There’s more to the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions’ portrait collection than
the esteemed men and women hanging on the walls.
- The Big Question: Will the European Union Survive?
- The Big Picture: Kids These Days
- Editor’s Note: The Short and the Long Haul
- Letters: God and Guns
- Essay: iWeird
- Golomb’s Gambits: Spelling the States
- Wholly Hopkins: Matters of note from around Johns Hopkins
- Engineering: Tweet went the data
- Political Science: Looking back for the way forward
- Students: With due respect to James Madison
- Writing Seminars: Wielding a pen and an analyst’s arsenal
- Books: Taxes, sex and hip-hop
- University: Changes at the top
- Neurology: Defining Alzheimer’s as a longer disease
- Applied Physics Laboratory: The orbital junkyard
- Computer Modeling: Dr. Sim models disaster
- Hospital Safety: Eliminating preventable harm
- Alumni News & Notes
- How To: Harvest Stem Cells from Cord Blood