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summer23magazineThe new issue of TCU Magazine was four years in the making. The cover story of the summer edition features six members of the first graduating class of the Anne Burnett Marion School of Medicine at TCU.

鈥淭he cover story is the culmination of a four-year immersive series in which our writer Lisa Martin shadowed the students through the first four years at the Burnett School of Medicine,鈥 said Editor Caroline Collier.

She said it is eye-opening.

鈥淚n year four, the students spent much of their time rotating at hospitals while applying to as many as 50 different residency programs. I didn鈥檛 realize how high-stress the culmination of medical school can be,鈥 Collier said. 鈥淭he students rank their top choices based on where they want to live and what type of specialty they want to pursue. Then the programs rank their top candidates. It all goes into an algorithm, and every U.S. medical student finds out at the same time where they鈥檒l be living next and what sort of shape their medical careers will be taking. Lots of drama. Lots of ambition. Joy and pain and everything else a compelling story should be.鈥

And that鈥檚 just the beginning. This edition also includes:

  • A profile of NBA star and youth advocate Desmond Bane 鈥20, the subject of TCU鈥檚 Nashville mural
  • A feature on three TCU professors who are helping urban farmers address food insecurity in underserved areas of Fort Worth
  • A research story about History Professor Rebecca Sharpless鈥 new book on how baking shaped the U.S. South.

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