Dhweeja Dasarathy '21 recounts loss and love in the time of COVID-19.
Ben Rhee '21 thoughtfully writes from the viewpoint of a person with Alzheimer’s undergoing mental regression. The poem illustrates the special challenges that dementia patients face and the need to take extra considerations and specialized care for this population in an already crowded patient field.
In this poem, McKenzy Wall '22 delves into a moment in the operating room, where stakes and tensions are high.
In four sections, Jenny Hong '23 reflects and reminisces about a familial relationship, exploring the emotional impact and implications of smoking, through free-verse poetry.
Daniel Mendoza '21 reflects on the undeniable nature of mortality and the primarily negative connotations associated with it.
Linda Lee '21 advocates for greater infrastructure and support toward those facing mental health issues, dispelling widespread stigma over mental healthcare.
Ayesha Javid discusses the impact of Dr. James P. Allison and Dr. Tasuku Honjo's findings in cancer therapy and research.
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.
Mckenzy Wall '22 reflects, through personal experience, on the fine line between physicians and their emotional attachment to their patients.