How’s my turning? (MASS part 2)

Can furniture revolutionize medical care in Haiti? (Students Rebuild) Adam Saltzman’s a natural behind the wheel in Haiti: liberal use of the horn; taking the shoulder when the tap-taps get jammed up; commanding the rugged road. It’s a rosy view through his SUV’s cracked windshield. “This is the backup car,” he assures us. The new…

MASS Design versus cholera (part 1)

Before October 2010, Haiti had no documented cases of cholera. Since then, the country of 10 million hasn’t passed a day without it. While easily treatable, cholera has been responsible for the deaths of thousands, and Haiti and international health organizations are fighting it with few and shrinking resources. During Haiti’s rainy seasons, what would…