World AIDS day

December 1 is World AIDS day. Wear red to show your support of AIDS awareness and recognize the millions living …

TGI Black Friday

As soon as the Thanksgiving festivities were concluded this past Thursday, I immediately rushed home to begin my preparations. Time …

Happy thanksgiving!

Today I hope you are taking time to be thankful for your family, friends, home, job, education & the beauty …

A support network for those we love

Sheila and Michael Drnec would strike you as a couple deeply in love. Nestled in comfy chairs in the Student …

You can meld marriage and medical school

Any spouse will tell you that a good marriage requires work. And any medical school student or graduate will tell …

Mother Load

Elizabeth Ceballos and Alyssa Rammer emphasize the key role family and friends have played in their lives. But the force …

Double Duty

"House calls" has an entirely different meaning for these DMU students, who successfully juggle family life with the heavy lifting of medical school.

Friday recipe: green goddess dip

If you’re looking for a healthy appetizer for Thanksgiving or a holiday party check out this green goddess dip from …

Helping a hurting Haiti

Amy Borden takes notes on a Haitian family. Among the many memories DMU students acquired in earthquake-ravaged Haiti, the visual …

Global health trip to Guatemala

In a mountainous village in Guatemala, Natalie Hinchcliffe positioned her stethoscope on a female patient's chest. Not a sound from the woman's left lung field. Now what?

Superheroes of song

Members of the DMU Choir and String Quartet juggle classes and tests. They excel on board exams and clinical rotations. And somehow they're able to meld medicine and music, masterfully. Can these people fly?

Fireworks in November!

I love fireworks and shopping, so for me the annual Holiday Promenade in the East Village is pretty much a …