A Discussion for the Ages A campus student group hosts an evening of intergenerational communication around climate change and the environment. Prioritizing Sexual Health Columbia Mailman student Jennifer Britton recounts the lessons she learned while developing an HIV outreach program in New York City. Stepping Up With Student Government Led by President Aditi Rao, meet the 2018 officers of the Columbia Public Health Graduate Student Association. Rainbow Childhoods Connor Wright launches a practicum project designed to support LGBTIQ data collection in Kenya. Not Just a Shot In The Dark: My Quest to End Gun Violence Sun-Ming Jessica Pan reflects on her first encounter with gun violence and how it propelled her to demand action for this public health epidemic. Turning the Public On to Public Health Harnessing her passion for the arts, Erica Chung translates public health topics and science findings into language that everyone can understand. Recovery Mode: My Practicum in Puerto Rico MPH student Tiffany Smith shares a photo essay from her summer practicum on discovering Puerto Rico beyond the wreckage of Hurricane Maria. More Than Human Health A special tour of the Bronx Zoo offers a glimpse into what animals and ecology can teach humans about protecting health. Out of Sight: Menstrual Hygiene And American Disasters Samantha Khandakji writes about how she came to see natural disasters as forces that pose additional pubvlic health and safety hazards for women. Previous Student Posts Read more posts from Mailman's students in the field, classroom and reporting from around the world.