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Never would any Giants fan imagine facing elimination in the playoffs, needing Barry Zito to pitch the game of his life.

The month of October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, is coming to an end.

The Onward California Campus Tour will stop at the UCSF on Wednesday, October 24 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in front of Milberry Union, and gelato will be served.

Talk about making an impact in the community in one day!  

More than 130 children and parents of Cesar Chávez Elementary School in the Mission District of San Francisco participated in Muevete (Move) USA on Oct. 13.

Park’s Farmers Market, a local favorite at Fifth and Irving Streets, is changing ownership.  After more than 30 years running the beloved grocery store, Mr. and Mrs.

Shinya Yamanaka, MD, PhD, a professor of anatomy at UCSF as well as a senior investigator at the university-affiliated Gladstone Institute for Cardiovascular Disease, was awarded the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine on Monday “for the d

“After three years as chancellor, I haven’t left behind my innate optimism, ” Chancellor Susan Desmond-Hellmann told a packed Cole Hall, reflecting on her first years at the helm of UCSF during her State of the University address on Tuesday, Septe

Chancellor Susan Desmond-Hellmann has designated the month of October “Diversity Month” at UCSF, with this year’s theme being “Building Community at UCSF.”  Our large LGBT community – estimated to be nearly 10% of UCSF’s total student, staff, trai

The Alumni Association of UCSF (AAUCSF) will offer more social and networking opportunities this year, as a way to increase its presence in campus life.

It is time once again for Occupational Health Service’s annual flu shot clinics.