Colleges like the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, are the incubators and upholders of traditions. There are some ever-so-slight generational adjustments, however. On Saturday, third-year medical science students continued a fifty-year-old tradition. They call it Smoker. "Smoker is a charity production put on every year by the third-year medical students, its been happening for about 50 years. Each year the class chooses a charity. This year the Savanna-La-Mar Public General Hospital was chosen. Levy was not exaggerating. The gala performance of the 2013 production, 2 Intents: sometimes you have to lose to win, held at the UWI's Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts, was big.