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 of passage on our paths to becoming doctors. It was an exceptionally intimate one atContinue reading

Poe.S.A. by Jennifer O. Grimes

Rolling in with summer’s thunder, I had made a massive blunder: For I ran each day through forests, land of most infectious tick While I ran upon swift feet, yet thoroughly devoid of DEET, WithoutContinue reading

Providence Eats: Oberlin by Jordan Emont

Oberlin 186 Union St, Providence, RI 02903 http://oberlinrestaurant.com/ Food: 4/5 Drinks: 5/5 Ambiance: 5/5 Service: 5/5 Value: 4/5 Cost: $$$ No Reservations Allowed   You would be forgiven for thinking that Oberlin is just anotherContinue reading

Murmur Info Session 8/14

Introducing MURMUR: Alpert Medical School’s Student Blog   MURMUR is the student blog of the Warren Alpert Medical School intended to capture and showcase the creative output of students across all disciplines.  We are run 100%Continue reading

Myopia by Angela Zhang

Most experiences that would lead a physician to truly empathize are lived, not taught: Kicking an addiction to a substance or activity. Living with chronic pain or fatigue. Menstrual cramps. Physical disabilities that limit mobility.Continue reading

Hands by Alicia Hersey

I turn my hands over and back, over and back, in front of me. The doctor in front of me is slowly massaging the patient’s right side, attempting to touch his fingers together through theContinue reading