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Whoops and Grins

March 21 was a day of whoops and grins as School of Medicine seniors learned which residency programs they'll enter after graduation this spring. Although participants in the National Resident Matching Program can find out via the World Wide Web if they've successfully matched to a program, Hopkins continues with its traditional group ritual, in which students get together to open their white envelopes with news of their matches. Pictured is Edward Garcia, who will head to Massachusetts this summer to begin residencies in internal medicine and anesthesiology at Mt. Auburn Hospital and Brigham & Women's. Garcia, a West Point graduate, served in the Gulf War and Panama, and worked for the Department of Defense before deciding he wanted to become a doctor.




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