The Show Must Go On

In 1949, Yale’s fourth-year medical students set the stage for institutionalized irreverence with the Four Years for What Follies, a collection of questionable skits, songs and dance numbers. Half a century later, students are still poking fun at their professors and peers.
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The Many Worlds of Noxipo Maraire

Most neurosurgical residents are happy just to learn their craft, help humanity and survive seven years of very long days. Zimbabwe’s Nozipo Maraire has other things on her mind as well.
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A 'Crisis of the Spirit' in Kosovo

As ethnic Albanians fled Kosovo by the hundreds of thousands this spring, eight Yale volunteers traveled to neighboring Macedonia with the international relief organization Doctors of the World
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