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The Expressive Male Bird, Jeena A. Kar Jan 2017

The Expressive Male Bird, Jeena A. Kar

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In this painting, you find bright and vibrant colors, but the within the tails of the feathers you see the "eyes" of the peacock feather. In greco-roman mythology, the peacock was made from Argus, who had a hundred eyes. This piece is a statement on how the male form is one that naturally seeks to express colors and emotions, but gets interrupted by watchful eyes. Men are constantly "watched" and pressured by society to remain stoic and hold in their feelings. From childhood, if a boy cries, he is told to "be a man" and stop, whereas their sisters are ...


Be A Shavee, Bhavik Upadhyay Jan 2017

Be A Shavee, Bhavik Upadhyay

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Children with cancer often lose their hair during treatment. Anthony Dieguez, a second year medical student shows his support by shaving his head voluntarily, and inspiring friends and family to donate money to support childhood cancer research.


New Hopes, New Dreams, Bhavik Upadhyay Jan 2017

New Hopes, New Dreams, Bhavik Upadhyay

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Anteneh Fisseha's old car with more than 200,000 miles finally gave up. Here is a picture of him with his new and reliable ride to get him through medical school.


An Aspiring Radiologist, Bhavik Upadhyay Jan 2017

An Aspiring Radiologist, Bhavik Upadhyay

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Vincent Alexander, a second year medical and an anatomy fellow learning and teaching allied health care students during.


Serving The Community, Bhavik Upadhyay Jan 2017

Serving The Community, Bhavik Upadhyay

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Second year osteopathic medical student Hytham Rashid participating in community health fair taking vitals for his patients.


Healing The Soul With Yoga, Bhavik Upadhyay Jan 2017

Healing The Soul With Yoga, Bhavik Upadhyay

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Second year osteopathic medical student Gavin Yseth conducting yoga session for fellow classmates.


Upside Down, Bhavik Upadhyay Jan 2017

Upside Down, Bhavik Upadhyay

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Third-year osteopathic medical student and Guinness world record participant AshwinKalandurgdemonstrating his handstand walking skills in the NSU GOT TALENTprogram.


Inner Voice, Bhavik Upadhyay Jan 2017

Inner Voice, Bhavik Upadhyay

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Third year osteopathic medicine student Michael Stan participating in NSU Got Talentproviding the vocals for the band, “The Heartbeats.”