Medical students create College of Medicine literary magazine

The magazine features stories, poetry and artwork by faculty, hospital staff and students

By: Emily Mavrakis
Four women stand outside holding a magazine UF 2022 medical school graduates Hansol Kang, Amber Henry, Arianne Maya and Catherine Elko with copies of CALM. Photo by Emily Mavrakis
A piece of black and white artwork "It's Kind of Like" by Sydney Cabana
It gives the clinicians an outlet to express and process the emotions and thoughts that we can’t always express in the clinical setting, and it provides patients a window into the other side of medicine.
Samuel Dickmann, M.D.

CALM Awards

  • Gold Humanism Award: “Un Unseen Border” by Tammy Euliano, M.D., professor of anesthesiology

  • Best Writing Award: “In Chains” by AJ Winer, third-year medical student

  • Honorable Mention for Best Writing Award: “Thoughts of a New MS3 Annotated by an Old MS3” by Charlette Williams, third-year medical student

  • Best Art Award: “It’s Kind of Like” by Sydney Cabana, first-year medical student

  • Honorable Mention for Best Art Award: “Calm/Mania/Pressure” by Tristin Latty, third-year medical student