It’s nine months into 2020.

Months have passed since the start of COVID-19 pandemic, which rapidly shifted almost everything in life virtual.

The results are in! Here are the 12 talented UCSF student writers and photographers who took home the top prizes in the Synapse Storytelling Contest.

It’s been repeated continuously as one of the first preventive measures during the COVID-19 pandemic: wash your hands for at least 20 seconds. But what if soap and water aren’t readily available?

The Student Service Fee Committee and UCSF Fitness and Recreation Center have initiated a student fee referendum to increase the Campus Community Center Fee (CCCF) by $14 per quarter per student from the current $52 per quarter to $66 per quarter.

The UCSF Makers Lab is once again paving the way in innovation by creating crucially needed personal protective equipment in the form of face shields for medical workers treating COVID-19 patients.

Students have the opportunity to volunteers for one of UCSF’s most popular annual events — Grad Slam.

Do you have an idea that could improve health science? Have you thought of a way to streamline patient care? Or maybe you’ve just been binge-watching Silicon Valley and you want a taste of the action. Startup 101 is the course for you.

A film festival happening at Mission Bay next weekend aims to put a spotlight on rare diseases.

Science lovers will rejoice over the UCSF Associated Students of the Graduate Division’s (ASGD) free screening of ANYA — a provocative, scientifically-sound and emotionally satisfying story of a couple’s decision to turn to science for help with h

Volunteer in K-12 classrooms and share your enthusiasm about science with students in San Francisco!The Science and Health Education Partnership (SEP) is currently recruiting for our classroom partnership programs which bring together UCSF volunte