Some people believe that medicine should be left up to doctors. And maybe it should. But health, that's on all of us. That's something that we as individuals can learn, understand, and act upon. One is only healthy if they are so in mind, body, and spirit. Physicians should be mediators of learning so patients can fully understand their conditions and choices in order to make the right ones. The body is an amazing orchestra of systems that, if given the opportunity, can thrive even in the midst of a challenge.
“One of Sarah’s strongest qualities is her ability to work in a team. She steps in to help others when it is needed and she is known across the office as someone you can count on. If Sarah says she will do it, it will get done and get done well.”
-Nicola Saliendra, Center for Campus Involvement, University of Michigan
"I believe that everything happens for a reason. People change so that you can learn to let go. Things go wrong so that you can appreciate them when they're right ... and sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together."
THE MINOR IN WRITING
As a premedical student, I have a very science oriented mentality. Having a minor in writing may seem slightly out of place for my path in science. However, my passions lie not only in medicine but also in expression of self through composition. This minor has allowed me to expand my interests and discover my own identity as a writer.