Blue Zones: For Profit or For the People

Yitz Jacobson, Sarah Snyder, Michael Xu
SocGen 2020S

Blue Zones are the epitome of health, with communities there living longer and healthier than the rest of the world; however, are the researchers using these lifestyles to help the masses or are they using them to make a profit?

Invisible in India

Becky Marin-Arellano, Heidi Choi, Manali Ghadiali, Rithik Kumar, Sara Jorde
SocGen 2020S
Honorable Mention, People's Choice Spring 2020

Invisible in India is a game that teaches you about the challenges of the novel coronavirus through the perspective of various internal migrant workers, the “invisible” people that uphold the democratic nation.

Male Birth Control: Where is it?

Annika Gillam, Ana Zepeda-Gutierrez, Katie Mann
SocGen 2020S

A magazine exploring reasons why male birth control does not exist yet.

Organ Trafficking in Egypt

Derek Taylor, Kiana Charles, and Rachael Hua
SocGen 2020W
Award for courage in addressing a difficult topic

A podcast about the illegal trade in organs in Egypt and the refugees who are its victims.

Pandemics, PPE, and Preparedness for the Future: An Interactive Activity

Ariella Sarkissian, Gwyneth Huynh, Katherine Zhuo, Kendall Sui, and Steven Gutierrez
SocGen 2020S
Award for pushing the limits of the form

Why is PPE important to preparedness? Take this activity from the perspective of 5 characters to understand the complexities of PPE, preparedness, and COVID-19.

Reefs: The HBS Way

Adam Eliav, Ashley Fallon, and Luis Lopez
SocGen 2020W
Award for including the planet in the HBS Way

A magazine about the global threat to coral reeds and what it means for humans.

Think Tank: Covid-19 x Preparedness

Hannah El-Sabrout, Tasnia Haider, Chantel Thomas-Nguyen, Mili Patel
SocGen 2020S

We are a health systems comparative think tank that dives into an interdisciplinary analysis of South Korea and the United States, creating a proposal to improve preparedness for pandemics such as COVID-19.