Mentorship: The Nexus of Professional and Personal Development

For years, I have searched for the right mentor. I yearned to find someone successful and experienced professionally, who shared similar values and had also underwent similar experiences personally. The term mentorship is overused. Be it in youth groups, academic societies, Greek Life, or workplaces, mentorship programs are widespread. Society…

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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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