Arts & Culture

Where can you go dancing to a funk-soul DJ under a giant glass aquarium of a Philippine coral reef? Where can you stroll through a jungle and travel through the cosmos in the same night, all while sipping a cool cocktail?

This past Sunday marked the latest electronic music event in San Francisco, Finger Lickin’.

The Chinese Health Professional Student Association (CHPSA) is excited to celebrate the Year of the Horse with the UCSF community.

The Korean American Health Professional Student Association (KAHPSA) will hold a Korean New Year Celebration on Wednesday, February 5. The event will be held at 5:30 p.m. (Nursing Building, third floor, mezzanine) and everyone is welcome.

Amaluna is the fusion of the words ama, meaning mother, and luna, which means moon. The story unfolds on a mysterious island that is governed by goddesses and guided by the cycles of the moon.

Music has an extraordinary ability to heal — it enriches the lives of both physicians and their patients. There is a large community of musicians at UCSF, but the opportunity to share their talents and love for music has been limited.

Nobodys Boy Book Cover

Book Review: Nobody’s Boy: An Old Doctor and a New Science    
by Mike Denney

Words escape me as I try to express how impressed I am with Vienna Teng, who performed two back-to-back concerts with multi-instrumentalists Alex Wong and Jordan Hamlin at The Independent on November 16. 

You might remember Porgy and Bess from that violin piece you performed in your high school orchestra. You would probably recognize the jubilant lines of “Summertime.”

For many San Franciscans, Halloween is that special time of year when inhibitions are tossed out the window and good times are allowed to roll.