Beep, beep, beep. My car reminds me that I haven’t grabbed my keys out of the ignition as I make my way into Urgent Care of Kaiser Hospital Pasadena for another 12-hour shift.
Before he became Lonnie Melashenko, Global Evangelist, he was a shy boy from the prairies of Saskatchewan. Today, he is a world-renowned orator with a new project: “Hope Talks.”
The stack of faded copies of Musings sat in the corner of Sari Fordham’s office in Humanities Hall. It had been years since the Department of English had produced a literary journal.
“I’m on the renegade side of things in my profession,” says Leah De Shay, a specialist in maternal/child health. And she wouldn’t have it any other way.
“Some people were shocked by this pandemic…but I wasn’t,” says Jeannie N. Shinozuka, Ph.D. “It’s been part of my research for the last two or three decades.”
When Robert Delpino was a kid, he wanted to grow up to be like the social workers who helped his family.