Kayla Kinker smiled after receiving her white coat and making it back to her seat during the white coat ceremony for the University of College of Medicine incoming class of 2017 at the Singletary Center on Aug. 2, 2013.
Kayla Kinker smiled after receiving her white coat and making it back to her seat during the white coat ceremony for the University of College of Medicine incoming class of 2017 at the Singletary Center on Aug. 2, 2013. Herald-Leader
Kayla Kinker smiled after receiving her white coat and making it back to her seat during the white coat ceremony for the University of College of Medicine incoming class of 2017 at the Singletary Center on Aug. 2, 2013. Herald-Leader

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