Monthly Archives: May 2016

A Weekend of Inspirational Proportions

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One of my favorite things about going to school at Berkeley is the constant exposure to the hustle and bustle of a campus teeming with vibrant activity. By virtue of attending school at a large, prestigious public university in an urban setting—and, of course, by being surrounded by fiercely passionate and wholeheartedly enthusiastic peers—there’s always something exciting going on. This past weekend, that special “something” for me was the 2016 Minorities in Health Conference. This year’s theme: Owning Your Identity—A Self-Navigating Guide to Careers in Health.

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