Hot Veterinarians Calendar: Shirtless Men of the Vet School. Who says only rugby players, firefighters, farmers, and Hollyoaks actors can pose shirtless for a charity calendar? Not the fraternity boys of Cornell University’s Omega Tau Sigma who, over the years, have been producing a Hot Veterinarians calendar featuring their hunky members. Here’s two of them from the 2016 edition of the Shirtless Men of the Vet School Calendar:
Here’s another photo from another previous edition. Looks like these college boys are ready to give them shirtless cowboys a run for their money. Can we have a shirt-off contest?
Now, is this hot veterinarian student examining a real live parrot or is that, horror of horrors, a stuffed bird?
Want to know more about the organization behind the Hot Veterinarians Calendar? Here’s the information from their Facebook page: “Omega Tau Sigma is a co-ed veterinary professional fraternity that promotes friendship, cooperation, and respect among veterinary students. The Beta chapter at Cornell University is happy to announce the 2019 edition of our annual fundraiser, the Men of the Vet School calendar. The calendar donates a portion of the profits to the Cornell University Hospital for Animals’ Patient Assistance Fund, which helps people in our community pay for veterinary care for their pets. We have donated nearly $17,000 in the past four years of sales and would love to have another record-breaking year.”
These guys deserve props for undertaking a worthy cause and for making it a yearly tradition, you know, not just a flash in the pan project that student undertakings tend to be. May they continue to produce more calendars in the future. Admittedly, we have a vested interest in hoping that the Shirtless Men of the Vet School calendar will continue till kingdom come. Seriously, who doesn’t want to stare at hunky dudes taking care of animals?
Here are some of the fraternity brothers featured in the 2020 edition of the Shirtless Men of the Vet School Calendar:
Hot Veterinarians Calendar: Shirtless Men of the Vet School Last updated: November 13, 2019 at 3:35 am.