Monthly Archives: March 2012

On the eternal lightness of uncertainty

Today is that day.  It is currently 6:42 a.m.; I have sat impatiently through the night, writing down information about the United States application and admissions process, updating my own applications to the Ivy League schools, and organizing my desktop.  … Continue reading

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Curing cancer and healing hearts: thoughts inspired by Dr. Mark Greenberg

Whenever I can, I attend lecture series, conferences, and seminars.  These events may seem to bear no immediately worthwhile rewards when one’s schedule is packed with premed problems, but I’ve promised myself that I will always put aside at least … Continue reading

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I blog for M.C.A.T. Question of the Day!

I am not as yet “back”, unfortunately.  Much remains to be done before April. However, I did recently get the wonderful chance to share some of my unfortunate M.C.A.T.-related musings with the M.C.A.T. Question of the Day community.  You can … Continue reading

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