Jasmine Cui

  • August 27, 2017By Jasmine Cui

    “Every medical student, at some point in their training, will take a class in which they are assigned a cadaver to take apart. It is done as a means of offering students “hands on,” experiential learning. “I have a friend who is taking this class – “Gross Anatomy” – and he said this: ‘You get

  • July 14, 2017By Jasmine Cui

    “I am an eighteen-year-old, second generation Asian-American. For too long, writing, language meant division—a disconnect.  As the daughter of immigrants, it meant a barrier between myself and those closest to me. My Mandarin is too facile to carry on anything more than a superficial conversation.  My mother once said that we are constantly, “grasping at