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Medicine, mortality meet, and camp

After getting a glimpse of general surgery and general medicine, I observed the pulmonology and psychiatry departments last week. Pulmonology is based on out-patient

General medicine, drug reps, and celebrations

This past week, I had my general medicine rotation and was taken aback by the plethora of discrete cases that came through. These cases

Teaching and Application, Forest and the Trees

This semester is my first teaching a course. It has a focus on the application of policy tools in international relations. Each week we

Medical camps, Operating Theatre, and more

Heading to a medical camp seventy kilometers away, I didn’t know what to expect. From what I gathered, the camp would provide free medical

First impressions: Santhiram General Hospital

If I had to compare my freshman orientation week at W&M to any other experience I have had, these last few days at Santhiram

My name is Harsha, and I am taking a gap semester.

When I first thought of this title, I was really impressed with myself. So, I decided to share my ingenious and creative title with

Knickpoint on the Nottoway

Deep in the heart of Southside Virginia lies a bedrock outcrop of tremendous size. Quality outcrops are rare in the Piedmont, but between the

Jump On Into Student Research

One of our summer highlights is a student research “shark tank.” Students work with staff and faculty mentors to hone an original idea, which

Summer research – turning up the heat!

I often get asked if life at a college is slower paced during the summer. Nope! If anything, it’s our busiest time of year,