Hello, I was accepted at Vanderbilt about three weeks ago, and the more I read about the school and its new curriculum, the more I really like it. The problem is my interview was scheduled during the tour (who DOES that!?!!?), so I basically saw nothing (which is why I never got a real feel for the school). Could anyone describe the nature of the facilities (i.e. anatomy labs, small-group learning, library, hospital (not Children's), etc.)? I saw the first year lecture hall and it didn't seem all that new, so this scares me for the rest of the facilities. I know the Children's Hospital is really nice, but given not much time will be spent there until clinical years, I'm more interested in the nature of the main hospital and the school learning facilities. I've heard they are opening a new building starting our first year for simulations and stuff, which is really cool. Also, are the computers in the labs relatively new and plentiful? Thanks so much! See some of you guys at Second Look =).