Fashion illustrator Gretchen Roehrs inspires us with her playful renditions of women's fashion. Her whimsical style and effortless design aesthetic are displayed classically on her Instagram. She's not toying simply with pen and ink; Gretchen's designs revolve around the intersection

Editor's Note: This interview does not represent the official positions of MSF but the interviewee’s own views. Robert is a UK based doctor who has been working with Doctors Without Borders/MSF since 2014. Passionate about HIV/TB and maternal health, he is

Visual Designer and Photographer Dives into Landscape Photography We use photos to capture the beauty that we see it the world. For some, this means taking photos with family and friends, while others take the idea behind a photo to an

The Year Ahead for American Politics on Immigration “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to be free.” So goes the exemplary quote inscribed on the Statue of Liberty. Since that iconic bronze statue was dedicated in New

There are several expectations and characteristics associated with what is imagined to be an ideal physician. If a profile of a physician existed it may consist of something like this: A high achiever that is considered extremely intelligent, empathetic and

Irene Pappas is currently a yoga instructor, holding workshops all around the country. She began practicing in 2012, but did not intend to teach right away. After she did her first 200-hour workshop program, she realized that it was her

Salim Kraatz and Grigorii Posner, two old schools friends, after collaborating on various projects, were ultimately lead to the idea of Clang, a streaming service inspired by music and travel. By teaming up with ethnomusicologist, Dr. Edda Brandes, and tech

For millennia, in areas of low rainfall, surface irrigation has been utilized, requesting, however, an abundant water supply. Therefore, in many areas where perennial or annual crops are grown there is a need for supplemental irrigation for their growth and

Looking back in history, forced and coerced sterilization has been used as a means to implement policies aimed at population growth control, or even with the purpose of attaining a “superior” genetic race. In the U.S., between 1973 and 1976, the

Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher who lived circa 535 to 475 BCE, is credited with the statement, “No man ever steps in the same river twice.” In other words, change is constant. It is a shrewd observation that perhaps has never

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