With Thanksgiving

The holiday season always puts me in a state of reflection. Maybe it’s a result of my annual ten slices of pumpkin pie. Since Thanksgiving is still a recent memory, I wanted to write about a few things for which I am grateful: A controllable thermostat in the Alumni Hall classroom. When nearly everyone has…

Where the birds fly

It’s easy to find yourself in a study room all day studying, but on the Sabbath, I like to try new things. I had a friend visiting from Michigan this weekend, and we put this together for your enjoyment! Loma Linda is awesome – especially in the evening!

The Lift

“You’re like the cat that looks in the mirror and sees a lion.” I would have taken that as a compliment if it had not been for two important things: one, I don’t like cats (their claws and my face don’t mesh well, and therefore, I am a dog person) and two, for a spilt…

Secrets to Preserving One’s Sanity in Med School

Wow! It’s been a LONG time since I last posted anything. My excuse? Medical school got in the way! I feel as though I need to recap everything that has happened since, but I’ll try to be somewhat concise. Two of the most important were my first two exam sets of medical school. Now, for…