Does being a veterinarian have to mean being a vegetarian as well? Nikhita Parandekar grad thinks not.
Vet student Nikhita Parandekar outlines the sure signs to know if your child is going to be a veterinarian.
Nikhita Parandekar explores ways in which the Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine could put the One Health philosophy into practice.
Vet school student Nikhita Parandekar '11 muses on life after undergrad.
Nikhita Parandekar '11 grad says she loves her horse more than anything else in her life but argues that a knee-jerk reaction in opposition to horse slaughter may do more harm than good.
Vet student Nikhita Parandekar '11 discusses the differences between animal rights and animal welfare and tells readers where she falls on the spectrum of ethical respect for animals.
Nikhita Parandekar '11 gives some highlights from the first block of Cornell vet school.
Nikhita Parandekar '11 assesses the small-group, case-based teaching style Cornell's Vet program is known for.
While some people may think she's only in it for the puppies, Nikhita Parandekar '11 argues that veterinary medicine is essential for the health of the world.
Nikhita Parandekar grad sums up the first six weeks of vet school.