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Pre-med students link human anatomy to pottery

Leadership in Medicine students recently got their hands dirty when they tried out a pottery class in the Ceramics Studio.

Except this wasn’t an ordinary pottery class. Instead of making typical ceramics projects, such as bowls and cups, the future physicians spent the majority of their time molding vital organs - brains, lungs and hearts - out of potter’s clay.

 To read about this unique event in the Daily Gazette, click here.