Shiv Dalla, M2, Class of 2023Continue reading “Sam’s Club”
Everett The Grey, M3, Class of 2022
I’m an M3 and I’ve been performing music under the stage name Everett The Grey for several years now.
Jared Alexander Mazurek, M3, Class of 2022
Stephanie Aron, M1, Class of 2024Continue reading “Contact High”
I am almost always numb. When I can feel the pain, though, it takes control over all five senses.
Mostly my hearing. All of the others—except, I suppose, touch—become nonexistent. My vision is reduced to flashes of light and dark, obscured and blurred through tears. There is no taste or smell. Continue reading “1077: Slowly, They Will Know the Truth”
Tyan Fairbank, M1, Class of 2024
Vinamratha Rao, Class of 2028
fresh red streaks in the snow-white bank
seeping through fabric stretched across her back,
scored for each round after round
in this mouth of hallways eating a tail of rooms.
Angela Li, M2, Class of 2023Continue reading “Four Gentlemen”
QeeQee Gao, M3, Class of 2022
“Maurice Johnson is a forty-one-year-old male who presents to the clinic with a chief complaint of chronic left leg swelling. His leg swelling originally started two years ago….”
As the medical student’s voice droned on, all the attending could hear was her stomach rumbling from the missed breakfast that was overtaken by her toddler’s stubborn choice of apparel. She was in a purple phase and insisted on only wearing purple. But the prior day’s laundry load sat forgotten in the washer and had set off a morning of unnecessary tears and uneaten breakfast. Continue reading “Room for More”