April 20, 2020
An Unexpected Ending
If you told me four years ago that I would be finishing my college career in my living room, I would have said that’s ridiculous. But here I am, one month before I finish my senior year, having a Zoom call with my advisor about graduate school from my couch.
Now that the shock of doing school online is over, the drudgery of virtual classes is in full swing. It is so easy to be emotional about the lack of closure, leaving my friends, and the sudden adjustment to remote... Read More
June 11, 2014
It’s important to be familiar with your go-to hospital when a family or friend or yourself isn’t feeling well or has an emergency. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control released a report that stated one in twenty-five patients who are admitted to a hospital develop a hospital-acquired infection. Most people go to the hospital to avoid further sickness, but this cannot be guaranteed. TIME released an article containing information that Consumer Reports released reports on safety and other health... Read More