Archive for August, 2008

August 14th, 2008 · Leave a Comment

JJ’s Issue 3: An Effort of Olympic Proportion

By Joseph Dolence

                 Every four years (until 1994), the Olympic cauldron is ignited and a couple weeks later, it is extinguished. From the Games of the IX Olympiad in Amsterdam in 1928, that flame has inspired multiple generations of athletes and non-athletes alike. The five rings interlaced represent the five parts of the world where countries compete […]

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August 4th, 2008 · Leave a Comment

“What’s Cooking in the Melting Pot?” (Diversity at Mayo)

By Hena Khaja

Allow me to introduce myself – my name is Hena Khaja, I am a fourth year medical student here at Mayo.  I am glad to see so many bloggers (thanks for taking the initiative Jess) because when I moved here I experienced a huge culture shock. I was born and raised in Houston, Texas. Coming […]

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