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The United States is experiencing a pertussis epidemic — possibly the largest outbreak in the last 50 years.

The second Spanish Lunch Talk hosted by the Latino Association of Pharmacy Students (LAPS) was held on Tuesday, November 27, in HSW 303.

Students, staff and employees come to learn a few new Spanish words and practice speaking.

What can you do with your lungs? A lot.

That’s what my sister, Kelcey Harrison, set out to prove when she left New York City on July 30 to run across the country to San Francisco.  

“Suck it, Trebek” took first place, scoring $10 Jamba Juice gift cards at Trivia Night, an event co-hosted by the ASUC and the GSA on November 30 in Cole Hall. Second-place team “Fiscal Cliff Bars” walked away with $5 Starbucks gift cards.

If you have ever been a spectator in an operating-room procedure, you know that most likely you will be squeezed into the corner with your arms tucked in, trying not to touch anything, doing your best to not get in anyone’s way, standing on your t

With a record of 8-2-1 and a commanding lead in their division, one would think it would be smooth sailing towards the playoffs for the 49ers, with none of the drama that surrounds other teams at this time of year.

If you take the UCSF shuttle to Mission Bay on a Thursday afternoon, you may find yourself outnumbered by animated physical therapy students.  While they may be dressed in the exercise pants and tennis shoes often associated with physical therapy,

A group of children from the movie A Closer Walk

Twenty-four years ago, two young men living in Switzerland, James W. Bunn and Thomas Netter — a San Francisco journalist and a public information officer — decided they had to make a change.

7 Billion Well provides platform for innovators

For the first time, I was working on art that was not about me or my life, or for the purpose of expressing my emotions. I volunteered with other community and gym members to create a mosaic for UCSF’s Millberry Fitness and Recreation Center.