Articles by Ji-Yun Suh

Ji-Yun Suh is a sophomore. She can be reached at rainbowroad99@gmail.com


Formulas and Failures: A Lab Ethnography

Pre-medical undergraduates in colleges often feel a pressure to get lab experience for medical school and, most importantly, get published. At WUSTL, research symposiums litter the campus, and reading research articles is an important facet of many upper level biology classes. In many research articles, the methods and materials sections are supplementary and placed in…

The Truth about STIs

Hookup culture is prominent in many colleges, and Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL) is no exception. Friends whisper or boast to each other after Friday nights about their drunken frat paramours and Tinder hookups. Yik Yak, a smartphone social media application for anonymous posting, at WUSTL (or any college really) abounds with sexually frustrated…

Measles and Misconceptions

Most of us have heard denunciations of vaccinations like “Vaccinations should not be mandatory, but voluntary” or “Vaccines cause autism.” Many Washington University in St. Louis students scoff at these sentiments because science has proven that vaccinations prevent disease and protect public health. In a survey with a sample of WUSTL students, 100 hundred percent…

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