SCENE + HEARD: Daily Post Speaking Up and Saving a Stranger's Life By Staff Tuesday, January 4, 2022 11:34 AM When 22-year-old Nadia Popovici spotted a mole on the back of a stranger's neck, she knew right away that it was potentially cancerous. The stranger, Brian Hamilton, was an assistant equipment manager for the Vancouver Canucks, and Popovici was a pre-med student and fan at the game, seated behind Hamilton's spot on the team bench. Eventually, Popovici knew she had to take a risk and let Hamilton know, so she wrote out a note on her phone, and waved at him until she got his attention. It turns out, she saved his life. Head over to The New York Times for the full story.