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Category: Spring Quarter 2012

Worth Waking Up For

By Kathryn Jaruseski, Public Health in South Africa, Spring 2012 Handmade crafts arranged on tables in a manner that is pleasing to the eye.  Delicious-looking cupcakes and cheesecake slices begging to be enjoyed.  The comfortable aroma of fresh coffee on a crisp autumn morning.  Local music adding a nice touch to its surroundings. For some

Diamonds are Forever

By Kathleen Leinweber, Public Health in South Africa, Spring 2012 It sits nestled in a sea of gold, platinum and silver.  It glints, shines, teases and tantalizes as the light strikes its many faces, splaying its radiating iridescence.  It is a sign of power, wealth, and love, yet is derived from generations of hard, physical