Education

Recipe: Turkey Butternut Squash Chili by Katie Chung ’20

Fall is finally here!  You can tell by the changing leaves, the cool crisp air (on some days), and the ...
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Anatomy of Being Human: Learning to Learn by Jeffrey Lam

How the first weeks of medical school are re-teaching me how to learn, fail, and stay human.  Learning to Learn ...
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M1 Column: Caution: Doctor-In-Training by Jeffrey Lam

The first few days of school felt like any other orientation — making new friends, talking logistics, and “orienting” ourselves. Now, six ...
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M1 Column: Internalizing My White Coat by Amelia B. Warshaw

The following is the first post of our M1 Column, featuring the singular experiences of first-year medical students at Alpert ...
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Cadaver by John Sanderson

Here we were, five first-year students less than two weeks into medical school, about to go through an intimate rite ...
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Mask Off: Under the Guise of Implicit Bias by Aida Alazar

Understanding etymology is helpful in medicine. “Genu” and “corpus” are Latin for knee and body, respectively. “Hippos” is Greek for ...
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