Evelyn Wong '21 writes a gripping piece about a doctor who has been hired by the top military academy in Buenos Aires and his experiences with prisoners and the harrowing circumstances and torture they undergo.
Stacy Jo '21 reflects on the hope that a family member holds on to as he/she waits anxiously for the truth about whether a loved one survived another day.
Alisha Yi '22 discusses the raw emotions associated with cancer treatment in this free verse poetry.
Ayesha Javid discusses the impact of Dr. James P. Allison and Dr. Tasuku Honjo's findings in cancer therapy and research.
Daniel Mendoza '21 explores the realm of modern technology, especially the potential of 3D printing to make medical breakthroughs.
Dhweeja Dasarathy '21 takes a moment to give thanks to physicians and health care practitioners who sacrifice their Thanksgiving holiday to a life-saving profession.
Jenny Liu '21 contemplates the "noise" associated with personal and societal expectations that threaten to blind medical practitioners from exercising personal values in treating patients.
McKenzy Wall '22 portrays the life of a man living on the streets of a large city, emphasizing the ephemeral nature of life and the often overlooked struggles of the homeless with the health care system.
Linda Lee '21 advocates for greater infrastructure and support toward those facing mental health issues, dispelling widespread stigma over mental healthcare.
Daniel Mendoza '21 reflects on the undeniable nature of mortality and the primarily negative connotations associated with it.