There are several rites of passage specific to medical education: the day students get their first "white coat," the day they begin anatomy class, the day they begin their clinical rotations--and Match Day. Match Day is when the about-to-graduate fourth-year M.D. students find out where they'll do their residency. For details about this year's Match results at Dartmouth, see here. For a student's eye view of the residency application process, see this issue's "Student Notebook". And for a photo gallery illustrating the excitement, tension, and celebratory camaraderie of the event, see below.
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