Taking on Big Pharma
Where Corporate Excess Meets Medical Ethics
It’s 9 a.m. at Children’s Hospital in Seattle, time for medical rounds. A gaggle of young medical interns and residents moves quickly down the halls, accompanied by a senior resident and the attending physician.
Art and Activism
Motivating Students to Take a Stand
Activism has many faces. The most familiar are distinctly, viscerally human: a Kent State student’s look of agony as she kneels by her fallen comrade; the stoic visages of Gandhi and Mandela.
Leadership Experience Shapes Students Outlook on Life
In a commandIng call to order, natIonal LeaderShape facIlItator KrIstIn SkarIe raIses her voIce above the buzz of student voices in the large-group meeting space of Ladore Retreat and Conference Center.