WHO WE ARE
We are a publication at Cornell University that provides a platform for students of different backgrounds to connect through their experiences surrounding public health as they relate to other dimensions of society. We aim to make discussions around Public Health more accessible and relatable through a variety of media, including art, photography, poetry, and writing. Our content will humanize Public Health research across cultures, encouraging students and readers to see beyond mere statistics and to understand the stories behind the data. Ultimately, we aim to expand the standard definition of Public Health, the idea that it is simply the study of disease occurrence and consequences, so as to develop a more holistic view of Public Health.
Our meetings will be virtual until further notice.
Our meetings are open to all,
feel free to stop by!