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What positively impressed you:

What positively impressed you:

The hospital, community and students. The admissions director gave alot of good insights. The hospital has a mission of service to the people of Boston. Lots of great clinical opportunities and international opportunities

What positively impressed you:

Boston is one ROCKIN’ city to live in…and the opportunities for clinical care in the first two years of med school are great….the school is located between two huge hospitals and they have a Trauma 1 center.

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The muddy banks of Dogwood Creek are no place for shoes

Walking down the rough pavement of Van Buren Avenue and around the corner where the dogwoods bloomed, past the tall fragrant pines that lined Timmy’s yard and beyond the small pasture where the scent of wildflowers tantalized my nose, past the enormous willow tree which swayed in the gentle breeze, I reached the sanctuary I call Haven Creek. Despite my mother’s persistent warnings, my bare feet were often covered with calluses; the muddy banks of Haven Creek were no place for shoes. It was nearly impossible to see the creek from the road, and as far as I could tell, nobody ever went there, except for me. Alongside the ripples and currents of the burbling stream, large oaks stood tall, erect, and decorated by little acorns which looked down apprehensively, like baby sparrows in a nest, each eager to take wing on their first flight but ever fearful of failure. Stones and pebbles lined the shallow bottom and allowed the rippling water to glide in intricate patterns over their smooth glistening surfaces. Larger, moss-covered rocks and exposed roots dotted the banks. Sheltered by the protective canopy of the towering oaks, they provided the ideal location for a child to sit, watch, and wonder.