Alisha Yi '22 discusses the raw emotions associated with cancer treatment in this free verse poetry.
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.
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.
Rory Sullivan '18 relates the fight of one cell against an infection to a glorious battle in this epic poem.
Rory Sullivan '18 spins a refreshing remembrance of an ancient physician's words regarding the human body.
In a thoughtful essay reflecting on Susan Sontag's work, Jon Galla '18 contemplates narrative medicine and its necessity in modern medicine.
A poem about the subversive nature of cancer by Aurora Sullivan '18
Aurora Sullivan '18 offers a poetic perspective on molecular genetics and what it means to be "human".