The Cost of a Cure

Harriet, an 80-year-old woman in good health from Philadelphia, drove to the hospital in April 2010 for a routine procedure. She returned home from the hospital and soon began suffering spasms of pain and unpredictable bouts of diarrhea throughout the day and night. These symptoms continued — for over eight months — during which time […]

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What’s in a Name?

When I looked up my soon-to-be suitemate Nicola Soekoe ’16 on Facebook before freshman year started, I found her profile brimming with photos from South African beaches and Brazilian clubs. I noticed that she was, strangely, wearing the same top in all of them. It was a plain T-shirt, with the bold lowercase words “i […]

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