Que dios te bendiga

“Maria, Maria, Maria, Maria, all the beautiful sounds of the world in a single word.” Inspired by Shakespeare, the epic rivalry between the Jets and Sharks is a theatrical masterpiece describing the tension between the Puerto Rican Sharks that are taunted by the White Jets in America’s most notorious concrete…

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Que dios te bendiga
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Hobbies and graduate student life: Not inherently incompatible

Creativity is necessary for all parts of life. As a classics professor of mine used to like saying, “the humanities are what make us human.”((University of Maryland Department of Classics. (n.d.). Retrieved October 29, 2019, from https://classics.umd.edu/users/gstaley )) If prompted, he would expound at length on discussions of art, writing,…

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Hobbies and graduate student life: Not inherently incompatible
A Ballerina of the Hathaway Academy of Ballet, photo by David R. Tribble and licensed under CC. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ballet-Ballerina-1843.jpg

Why Public Health: The Road Taken

The Early Years You can’t put public health students in a box. But I think it’s safe to say we all share a vision of a healthier future. My vision started to come into focus in the early 2000s. After graduating from college in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in…

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Why Public Health: The Road Taken
Julio Arruda Dos Santos is a Brazilian artist living in Miami. His work can be found on Instagram @juliosantos_art

Inaugural Letter from the Editor-In-Chief

My journey towards a career in public health and creating this journal go hand in hand. Exposure to Public Health and Medical Humanities Writing I can trace my interest in public health back in my freshman year, where I first learned about the field. Despite this knowledge, I wanted to…

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Inaugural Letter from the Editor-In-Chief
A waterfall in Oregon, credit to Nicky Tettamanti

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