There is a lot happening in women’s health care right now. The United Nations declared abortion to be a human right last week, and the Zika virus was declared an official public health emergency right around the same time. Here is where the two connect: since the Zika virus causes major birth defects, several Latin […]

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To everyone whose SAT score made them feel inadequate or who stayed in a club they hated just to prove their dedication: I have good news. In a Jan. 20 report titled “Turning the Tide,” the Harvard Graduate School of Education offered an examination of current admissions procedures at top universities, along with suggestions for […]

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This weekend, I had the pleasure of seeing a play that I’ve been looking forward to for a while now. “Dry Land” has been receiving rave reviews for both its run last year in New York and its current run at Company One in Boston under the direction of Steven Bogart. I came in expecting […]

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The end of September is near, and as such, the United States Marine Corps posted a brief article Thursday bringing attention to the hot-button topic of the mental health of our veterans. Despite awareness months and other various attempts at increasing awareness of this issue, though, the current mental health treatment for veterans and service […]

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