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Pushing the Envelopes
March 16 was Match Day across America, and here at the School of Medicine, the precious white envelopes, which contain news of where medical students will do their residency training, were ceremoniously delivered to Turner Concourse just before noon. “Secret Service” agents (aka med students), attired in black and sporting ear wires and head phones, watched over them as deans delivered their remarks and student leaders looked back on four years. “There are some things you can’t share without ending up liking each other,” said David Grelotti, head of the Medical Student Society, with apologies to Harry Potter author JK Rowling, “and knocking out a 12-foot mountain troll is one of them.” Then, as the envelopes were opened, a deafening silence gave way to shrieks of joy. The Class of ’06 was on its way.



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