Med-school orientation class in Be'er Sheva: Housing, health-care and missile alerts
The professor's orientation siren-demo, taped on his cellphone and played at full volume, is followed by specific instructions: What to do when you hear the real thing.
Every year, some 40 students from North America and beyond arrive in Be’er Sheva to start the 4-year program at Ben Gurion University's Medical School for International Health. The year opens, with - of course - an orientation session.
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