Harry: . . . no man can be friends with a woman that he finds attractive. He always wants to have sex with her. Sally: So you’re saying that a man can be friends with a woman he finds unattractive? Harry: No, you pretty much want to nail them too. When Harry Met Sally (1989) Friendship is regarded as … [Read more...] about Psychological Phenomena: From Friends to Lovers: The Evolution of Friendship
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Originally from Cuba, Lazaro Peraza (also known as Laz) is a senior pursuing dual degrees in Neuroscience and Human Biology. He is in the process of applying to medical school and a few master's programs. He is also one of the co-presidents of USC's very own Break On 2: Latin Fusion salsa team. After graduation, Laz plans to travel and volunteer abroad in Cuzco, Peru with USC … [Read more...] about Vitamin C as a Future Adjunctive to Cancer Therapy
Writers block? Maybe. Disimpassioned? Certainly not. I recall when I first joined USC Scribe and selected the topic for my blog that I would publish each week. I was thrilled and excited to write about issues like women’s rights, children’s rights and gender topics. Week after week I’ve researched and produced works on these issues but in recent weeks I have begun to want to … [Read more...] about Writers block? Maybe. Disimpassioned? Certainly not.
In medical school, students are trained to practice medicine in a relatively controlled environment. The medications and technology required for proper patient care are usually available, and there are many other physicians nearby if assistance is required. This is essentially the opposite of providing medical care in an area of active combat. The medical crews … [Read more...] about Trust Me, I’m Premed: Combat Medicine
As an Austin resident, I watched plenty of ads on TV with politicians talking about how they would be tough on immigration (usually with a gun in front of a long, menacing fence). Illegal immigrants are a menacing, mooching population in Texas. Currently, in Texas, legislators are trying to repeal in-state tuition for undocumented students. Currently, in … [Read more...] about Invasion Upon Our Shores: Higher Education’s Closing Door