Class of 1963
Class shows, friendships with the people in both my classes.
- Barry Hoffer
Receiving my acceptance on
CHRISTMAS EVE! Outstanding faculty esp. Drs. Goldstein, Duthie, and Charles Sherman. Of course squash saved many a day
- Lawrence Brown
Favorite/??Vivid Memories: Early friendship with Bob Patton and his wife during that difficlut first year; being terified that Dean Orbison would call on me in the intro to General Pathology (he did); rooming with David Park and later Bob Betts; ranking high on the squash ladder and enjoying the basketball games; my marriage to my wife in January of my 4th year.
- David W. Bentley
Third-year medical seminars with George Engel.
- Charles Parkins
Wonderful dinners at the the home of David and Marjorie and learning how to be a mensch from Laurel Halstead.
- Brian Schnier
Class of 1988
Studying with friends in the MDLs and playing in the band for the 4th year play are some of things I remember fondly.
- Martha David
Thoughts of friendships with Kristina, Val, Bill, Jim, Paul and Gwen bring nice thoughts. Early married life and the birth of my son... RGH MICU (where I probably learned the most).
- Jeffrey Junig
Late nights in gross anatomy lab. Seeing everyone knitting in class. Sailing on Lake Ontario with Dr. Philip Rubin.
- Immanuel Ho
Running with Chris and Steve. 4th year class play and re-creation of Club Med. Intramural and summer soccer. Cornell vs Harvard hockey and football games.
- David Propp
Add Your Own Memory
Greg Freund, Paul Cialone, Steve Hanks and I made a video for the first year play‚Ä"does anyone have a copy?
My first year hall mates and second year housemates.
Reading House of God where I learned to ‚Äútake your own pulse‚ÄĚ when stressed.
Spending a rotation with the Indian Health Service in Navajo Nation.
Time away pursuing a degree in history of science and working on public health policy.
- Stephen Bloch