Monthly Archives: December 2013

Developing a New Chemotherapeutic Strategy for RAS-Induced Cancer

Seth Nickerson, Staff Writer Life and cancer are two sides of the same coin, separated by the balance between growth and death of an organism’s cells. This equilibrium is maintained by genetic instructions encoded in the DNA of the genome. During a lifespan, one’s DNA is continually modified and mutated in ways that make us […]

Interview with a Migrant Worker in the United Arab Emirates: Agency and Mobility in the in-between

Clara Bicalho, Contributing Writer Grace’s story: A portrait of an immigrant’s journey When I first met Grace[1] she had been working in her new position for the past 18 months. During our first interview, I learned that she was in her thirties and a single mother of two kids, whom she had left back home […]