I haven't been posting as much as I would like, but some exciting developments are underway. I'm currently finishing my last semester as an Anthropology/Linguistics undergrad, and have decided to forego law school to pursue an MPH in Epidemiology. Of course, this rather recent decision means my plans have been eviscerated. Instead of the LSAT, I need to prepare (rather tardily) for the GRE, and I'm scrambling to put my admissions material together in time to meet application deadlines. All this on top of composing my senior project on Native land rights in the Americas. Still, I haven't been this excited about the future for years, and I'm standing firmly behind my gut feeling on this decision. Though I'm versed in some rudimentary science and statistics through formal coursework and personal study, I've got a long path ahead of me. As I immerse myself in this academic pursuit, expect the postings to reflect continued exploration of subjects like biostatistics, public health concerns, and infectious diseases, in addition to the topics already covered. I'm not sure where this new direction will spit me out, but I'm certain it will be one hell of an interesting ride!