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A View of Student Life
Each year on Match Day medical students across the nation learn where they will complete the next phase of their training.
Students presented their research during Soma Weiss Day, established in honor of an inspiring HMS teacher, physician and ardent supporter of student research.
The 108th annual Second-Year Show at Harvard Medical School parodied faculty members, the School and the medical education community through song, dance and popular culture references.
Students don traditional white coats, signifying tradition in a changing world of medicine.
HMS and HSDM graduates celebrate their accomplishments with their family and friends on the Quad. View a roundup of the day's festivities.
The legacy of Lewis Hayden, who devoted himself to abolitionism and government after escaping slavery, is upheld at HMS through the above-and-beyond ethos of students such as scholarship winner Sean Fletcher.
Arts and Humanities Initiative underscores integral role in medicine.