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Community and responsibility were Class Day themes
The skies were leaden but the mood upbeat at Dartmouth Medical School's 2007 Class Day ceremonies. Among those reveling in the festivities were 1 Rebecca Hurley, left, who did her doctoral research in the lab of biochemist Lee Witters, right; 2 a gaggle of gowned master's degree students, including 3 Sajida Kimambo, who was adding an M.P.H. to her M.D.; 4 and, presiding over the occasion, DMS Dean Stephen Spielberg. Among the 54 graduates who were granted M.D.'s were, 5 from the left, Kevin Desrosiers, Jennie Baek, and Scott Tobis, as well as 6 Julianne Mann, this year's winner of the Dean's Medal. 7 Noted neurosurgeon Benjamin Carson delivered the keynote address, and 8 bagpipers James Feeney, left, and Travis Matheney, right, both members of the DMS Class of 2000, lent a solemn note to the procession. But it was conviviality that ruled the day for 9 Dorothea Torti and Allen Tong, 10 M.D. class marshal Jamie Bessich, and 11 Loc Nguyen and Ted Yuo.
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