The Cadaver Lab

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The Cadaver Lab

Student posed for a picture inside the new science building at Cornell College. Front Row: Darla Gaskill, Macie Funke, Madelyn Gray, Lacey Cole, Shea Putz, Alexis Scott, Chloe Thein; Back Row: Kamille Hawker, Macy Loecke, Amber Cook, Kennedy Niles, Hayley Cook, Nathan Bishop, Alexis Eike, Paighton Lindauer, Annika Sutter, Matthew Salas.

Student posed for a picture inside the new science building at Cornell College. Front Row: Darla Gaskill, Macie Funke, Madelyn Gray, Lacey Cole, Shea Putz, Alexis Scott, Chloe Thein; Back Row: Kamille Hawker, Macy Loecke, Amber Cook, Kennedy Niles, Hayley Cook, Nathan Bishop, Alexis Eike, Paighton Lindauer, Annika Sutter, Matthew Salas.

Paighton Lindauer

Student posed for a picture inside the new science building at Cornell College. Front Row: Darla Gaskill, Macie Funke, Madelyn Gray, Lacey Cole, Shea Putz, Alexis Scott, Chloe Thein; Back Row: Kamille Hawker, Macy Loecke, Amber Cook, Kennedy Niles, Hayley Cook, Nathan Bishop, Alexis Eike, Paighton Lindauer, Annika Sutter, Matthew Salas.

Paighton Lindauer

Paighton Lindauer

Student posed for a picture inside the new science building at Cornell College. Front Row: Darla Gaskill, Macie Funke, Madelyn Gray, Lacey Cole, Shea Putz, Alexis Scott, Chloe Thein; Back Row: Kamille Hawker, Macy Loecke, Amber Cook, Kennedy Niles, Hayley Cook, Nathan Bishop, Alexis Eike, Paighton Lindauer, Annika Sutter, Matthew Salas.

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Fifteen anatomy and physiology students, three parents, and two teachers ventured to Cornell College in Mount Vernon for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.  

Shea Putz, biology laboratory instructor, opened up her cadaver lab for the group to experience a real-life college opportunity. Wearing latex gloves and lab coats, students explored the anatomy of the cadaver.

“At first I wasn’t ready for the body to be there, but once it came out it, became real that I was actually doing this,” junior Kamille Hawker said. “Being able to see everything without the skin made it very interesting and a great learning experience.”

On the other hand, senior Macy Loecke’s experience was different.

“It was really hot in the lab, and after a while, the smell got to me,” Loecke said. “I started to feel sick. I had to step out to get some fresh air for a bit.”

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