Mckenzy Wall '22 interweaves the nuances of science into poetic structure, reflecting on the inner workings of the mind and brain.
Adopting a poetic voice from the perspective of a patient with tinnitus, Jenny Liu '21 captures the thoughts and feelings experienced during and after medical treatment.
Danny Mendoza '21 explores the extensive yet overlooked realm of mental health among future physicians, interweaving prose and evidence from ethical principles.
Elida Kocharian '21 uses poetry to encapsulate the emotions and observations of a clinical patient in Mt. Auburn Hospital.
Ayesha Javid pays a tribute to the life of Talia Joy Castellano, a YouTuber, makup artist and honorary Cover Girl who spread her positive energy to the world through makeup tutorials.
Linda Lee '21 reflects on the flaws of a corporate-driven healthcare system and urges one to consider the true purpose of entering the field.
In a personal reflection on his senior thesis, Jon Galla '18 discusses the necessity of medical memoirs in drawing out the raw realism behind those affected by healthcare.
Evelyn Wong '20 reflects on the perception of mental health within campus life and society.
Rory Sullivan '18 uses free form to remark on the wonders of DNA replication.
Rory Sullivan '18 relates the fight of one cell against an infection to a glorious battle in this epic poem.