We’ve got a new video posted of Halloween 2014, by UH Med student journalist Amanda Shell.
See it on VIMEO.
On October 31, 2014 the first and second-year medical students at the John A. Burns School of Medicine took a break from their studies because they were just “too ghoul for school.”
In the spirit of Halloween, they dressed up and performed skits, transforming the Medical Education buildingʻs lobby into their very own stage.
Our MD students volunteering at homeless shelters around O’ahu always make the Trick-or-Treat season special for the keiki at those facilities. That’s why they put their heart & soul into their Halloween Costumes, to thill the children.
Our annual costume contest and parade at school boosts morale and allows all of us to celebrate our students and our JABSOM `Ohana.
Here, enjoy the Medical Student Class of 2018 performing “Shake it Off” at UH MED 2018s SHAKEIT
The Gunners run wild in the Halloween 2014 performance by the MD Class of 2017, at GUNNERS ON THE LOOSE.
There are too many applicants named Johnny Depp in a skit performed by four of our first-year medical students, including Class President Leimomi Kanagusuku in a spot-on impression of Jack Sparrow. The others are the Mad Hatter, Edward Scissorhands and the owner of the Chocolate Factory. Click PIRATES AND SIREN SONG.
It starts at the top at the John A. Burns School of Medicine. The demonstration of excellence, preparation and persistence. And those qualities EVEN apply to the annual Halloween “Too Ghoul for School” extravaganza at the University of Hawai`i’s medical school. Every year, we eagerly await with delight what fun skit the Office of Medical Education faculty and staff will devise to bowl us over. This year, it was “Grease” with the Pink Ladies and all. Click GREASE.
The photos from our embedded Halloween Slideshow can be seen at Halloween 2014 SLIDESHOW.