Prospective med student gets sidetracked as viral photo launches her modeling career

November 2017
Modern Healthcare;11/13/2017, Vol. 47 Issue 46, p0036
Trade Publication
The article shares the story of Anok Yai, a sophomore medical student from Plymouth State University who signed a modeling agreement with Next Management modeling agency after her picture at an event at Howard University's homecoming on October 21, 2017 went viral on the Internet.


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