Before 1902, medical education in North America was in disarray and medical students were known more for ignorance, carousing and rowdiness than for compassion or competence. Then along came a society that changed everything.
Archives for October 2011
Amidst the hype over the “big films” of 2010, including The King’s Speech, The Social Network, and Black Swan, a smaller, quieter movie was practically ignored. Yet for some viewers, British director Mike Leigh’s Another Year was more thought-provoking, deeper and subtler, and thus more satisfying than all the year’s award winners and money-makers.
In preparing for her trip to Tunisia, Julia McLean grabs some audio CDs and immerses herself in the Arabic language.