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Quarantine Improved my Social Life by Aaron Moore

I was one of those strict quarantine people.  It mostly stemmed from the massive uncertainty at the beginning of the shutdown and my general nature toward rule-following.  I didn’t step foot in a grocery store from March 2020 to April 2021.  No outdoor walks with anyone but my husband.  And Christmas with the family—travel cancelled […]

Laughter is the Best Medicine by Priya Bird

The call light is flashing. It’s time to give medication to room 2B. I need to call the doctor to get an order for a chest x-ray. Time to admit a new patient. Oh by the way, your patient went into cardiac arrest again! This is a typical day for a Nurse.  TV shows like […]

The Mental Health Benefits of Improv by Jude Trederwolff

Where an improviser is going, there are no roads, only possibilities. The stage is an empty space that becomes anything at all. A choice is made and another one builds upon it, creating a world that only exists in the collective imagination of the players and the audience. For example, a player sits facing another […]