A global migrant himself, Mohamed Ahmed Ramy ’18 has traversed the world in pursuit of more equitable healthcare systems and policies for the displaced.
Tara Alahakoon '25
Contributing writers Tara Alahakoon ’25 and Mohamed Ramy ’18 discuss the importance of recognizing “climate refugees,” people who have lost their homes and livelihoods due to the increasingly negative effects of climate change.
Contributing writer Tara Alahakoon ’25 looks at the recent campus discussion on mental health from the vantage point of her Asian American heritage. She argues that the counseling center should train staff to be aware of all cultural traditions.
Contributing writer Tara Alahakoon ’25 reminds us of the disparity of the pandemic’s effects on different global regions, calling the administration to consider providing greater financial aid to students whose hometowns have been disproportionately affected.