The Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University held its annual White Coat Ceremony on August 4th, presenting the incoming medical students in the Class of 2027 with the white coats that symbolize clinical medicine and the physician’s professional ethics. Each member of the Katz School of Medicine Class of 2027 also received a point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) device and Temple-branded stethoscope. CBS3 interviewed incoming student Safari Baron about his journey to medical school ahead of the ceremony, and the Philadelphia Inquirer highlighted the paths of incoming students Gwen Baraniecki-Zwil and Nagendra Dhanikonda. The Inquirer article also featured comments from Amy J. Goldberg, MD, FACS, The Marjorie Joy Katz Dean of the Katz School of Medicine, and keynote speaker Altha J. Stewart, MD, a 1978 Katz School of Medicine graduate. 6ABC and NBC10 also provided coverage of the event.