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The Torment of Writing

Op-Ed on The Michigan Daily  This is an Op-Ed I wrote for the Michigan Daily that recently got published. I think the best way to describe it is “Oh she went there”. As a collective whole, we have all decided that graduation is a time for people to look back on their lives up to this…

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Ask the Big Question

2016 is the 75th Birthday of the University of Michigan School of Public Health. I will be a member of the 75th graduating class and I’ve been tasked with asking my cohort the big question- where to next? Or maybe it’s the big question, plural. Where to next? What will you do to change the…

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Diptheria, Listeria….Hypsteria?!

It’s hard to believe that my first year as a grad student is coming to an end! Throughout the last few months, I have found so many reasons to rediscover my love for Ann Arbor, none of which include the ridiculous cold of course! Compared to my experience as an undergrad student here, I’ve loved…

How much time do we have?

The moment you tell people you are a second year MPH student, most will ask you, “so what are you going to do after you graduate?” Truth is – I am more confused about the answer to that question than I was last year. I don’t have a definite or exact answer, but what I…

(Not) Getting the job

The difference between pursuing an undergraduate degree and professional degree didn’t hit me until HMP orientation. Never had I talked so much about professional development, networking, internships, and career strategy. It was a much needed, eye-opening experience. And by the last month of my internship while I was still sipping água de coco on Ipanema…

Graduation!

I am officially a Master of Public Health and my journey at the University of Michigan School of Public Health has come to a close. I just wanted to share with you all the video from my graduation day that I made for my family, friends, and 6,000 YouTube Subscribers!

Congratulations MPH Class of 2012!

Congratulations to my fellow MPH graduates (ahem, ‘colleagues’). Thursday quite a few of us walked across the stage and received our pin (diploma to come later in the mail). As I wrap up my time blogging here, I want to extend a thank you to my professors, co-workers/bosses, friends, and any readers. I have come…