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Alumni Council
“We cannot in any meaningful way speak of admissions here at P&S without addressing the sorrow that hangs over all of us as a consequence of the death of Dr. Andrew Frantz.” With these words, and the moment of silence that followed, guest...

For sheer magnitude, multitude, and magnificence, the spectacle of manmade stalagmites on Michigan Avenue boggles the mind. In the wake of the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, the city became a tabula rasa for visionary builders. It was here that the first modern skyscrapers were built. Towering...

Famed surgical pathologist Arthur Purdy Stout (P&S 1912), center, with his colleagues at Francis Delafield Hospital, 1951. Surrounding him are, from left, Drs. Mitchell W. Heinemann, Robert S. Totten, and Edith E. Sproul (P&S 1931). Delafield opened in 1950 as New York City’s...

With a wholesale change in the curriculum at P&S, two members of the Class of 2013 wanted to find out how much the medical school has changed. Working with the alumni association, Robert Spang’13 and David Bejar’13 wrote a survey to send to all P&S alumni.