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Why Are These 107 Dancing Rutgers Dentists-to-Be So ‘Happy’? See Why!

Why Are These 107 Dancing Rutgers Dentists-to-Be So ‘Happy’? See Why!

While most people aren’t happy to have to go to the dentist, that doesn’t mean dentists aren’t happy people.

The 107 newly-minted dentists to graduate from Rutgers School of Dental Medicine celebrated the completion of this portion of their studies with a six-minute video set to Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” and Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk.”

During their recent commencement ceremony, held at NJPAC in Newark, Kim Fenesy, senior associate dean for academic affairs, described the class:

Here they are looking slightly more conventional:

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