UCSF Medical School Goes Viral for Epic Parody Dance Video
Thanks to SFGate for sharing the story about UCSF School of Medicine’s parody video.
A longstanding tradition at medical schools across the country is to create fun music video spoofs that give a taste of what it’s like at their campus.
UCSF Medical School’s first year students recently dropped their music parody for UCSF 2021 Accepted Students Weekend featuring a medley of Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s “WAP”, Ke$ha’s “Tik Tok,” and Beyonce’s “Formation.”
The video features 40-50 dancers busting moves all around The City plus some awesome drone footage. This year’s class really leveled up the production quality with a professional cinematographer and music producer; it’s going to be a tough act to follow for next year’s class.
Join us as we welcome our newest admitted students to the University of California, San Francisco #UCSF School of Medicine! Through laughter, dancing, and parody music videos, we introduce you to the fun we have here as UCSF medical students. This video was presented for the #UCSF 2021 Accepted Students Weekend.
In Tik Tok, we discuss the realties of living in the world of Zoom. Starting medical school during a pandemic hasn’t been easy and we share our experiences about med school living in the Bay Area, California.
In WAP, we share why UCSF SOM is an amazing place to train and why we love living in the city of San Francisco. We highlight the amazing things that are here in the city and why we love our time attending UCSF SOM…. “WHY WE CHOSE THIS TEAM”
In Formation, we make the call for our newest admitted students. We want to show our love for y’all and celebrate all that you have accomplished to get to this point!
Q. How to welcome @UCSFMedicine admitted students?
A. Show killer moves in mindblowing @UCSF (u can stay here forever) compilation of @KeshaRose #TiKToK, @iamcardib @theestallion #WAP & @Beyonce #Formation
Who ever thought school was so cool? Mustsee
— Peter Chin-Hong MD (@PCH_SF) April 26, 2021