For most people, including myself, today is the first official day of fifth year. We’ve all been separated into clinical groups of either 14-16 students (mine is called 4A) and scattered all over different hospitals and rotations. 315 more words
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Many had heard of him, but few had ever set their sight on him. He was a legend, the greatest who had ever lived. He barely ever left his dark castle but whenever he did crowds from all over the land would come to hear him speak, many young men and women hoping to gain favor in his eye. 270 more words
WASHINGTON, January 9, 2017—The inequalities that make some countries poorer than others include inequalities of information. To make sound decisions on economic development, policymakers need reliable and—just as important—readily accessible data. 729 more words
By Sierra Nelson, WITS Writer-in-Residence
Does the word Wolf move differently than El Lupo? Do we experience anything different in our bodies when we say the Russian word… 2,153 more words
How far along are you in your studies?
- I’ve just completed my fourth year.
Why did you choose to study medicine at Wits?
- Medicine has been my passion since I was yay high, I did an entry on 956 more words