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Making Connections

Guest post by JHU Alumnus Anand Narayan, ’04. He graduated from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 2011, and currently works at Massachusetts General Hospital.  818 more words

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Misperceptions and Reality: The Benefits of Student Employment

Guest post by JHU Alumnus Wagas Butt. 

Before coming to JHU, I had a number of typical pre-college concerns, ranging from whether or not I would find a group of people with whom I was comfortable to which classes I should be taking. 1,016 more words

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Lunchbox #27

Inside Simon’s Lunch Box: Extreme Leftovers Edition.

Behold, the double leftover: leftovers re-purposed as dinner, then used as lunch. Like Becky, roasted salmon and some veggies that can go in the oven along with it is a go-to quick, healthy dinner. 136 more words

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Student Employment and Learning: A Symbiotic Relationship

Guest post written by JHU Alumnus David A. Lefcourt, ’03. He was named the JHU Student Employee of the Year and received the NEASEA Award for being the Maryland State Student Employee of the Year in 2002. 804 more words

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Find assemblies loaded during debugging in Visual Studio

Sometimes you may get the following error when you are debugging a .Net app in Visual Studio:

“The breakpoint will not currently be hit. No symbols have been loaded for this document.”

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Refreshing Your Resume

We’ve reached the point in the semester when students are frantically trying to find a summer internship or a full-time position. At the same time, it’s midterm season, and no one wants to spend hours working on their resume when that Nervous Systems exam is… 320 more words

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It takes confidence!

Move more. It is a constant refrain from the health and fitness community. But moving more is increasingly difficult for students. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, today’s students are part of the most sedentary generation in our history. 407 more words

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