The competition was fierce but friendly during the third-annual M-Home Olympics in September. The four houses of medical students competed for the grand prize: the right to put their house’s scarf on a gnome that resides in the Taubman Health Sciences Library. After a day of cake-decorating, pie-eating, noodle-fighting, plunger-racing, and some more traditional sports, the purple team from Hamilton House emerged victorious. The four houses in M-Home are named after famous alumni: William Henry Fitzbutler (M.D. 1872); Alice Hamilton (M.D. 1893); Jonas Edward Salk, M.D. (Sc.D.Hon. 1955); and Amanda Sanford (M.D. 1871). To see more photos, visit the gallery.
Photos by Randy Mascharka