California plays a cruel joke every year. You probably won’t believe me, but it’s fall right now. Yes, the trees look as they did in March; if you are from the East Coast, this may seem a bit strange to you.

Before I came to UCSF last year, the only type of group fitness class I’d ever taken was yoga. As a former college athlete, I had often chuckled at group fitness gurus who worked out in gym studios.

Pharmacy Sailing Tour and Cruise, 2012. On Sept. 22, first-year pharmacy students headed out to the Modern Sailing School and Club in Sausalito for a day of sun-soaked adventuring, as a part of orientation activities.

Off-season moves are a common way for teams to improve areas of weakness that posed problems during the regular season.

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

In the wake of last week’s presidential debate, Jon Stewart and Bill O’Reilly faced off for a discussion of their own on Saturday at George Washington University’s Lisner Auditorium in the nation’s capital.

During the first presidential debate on Sept.

Presentation: “Coaxing Out the Enemy: Using HDAC inhibitors to purge HIV-1 from Latent Viral Reservoirs”

Presenter: Mark Jeng (2nd year BMS student)

Let me begin with a quick break down of the organizational structure of the baseball playoffs. Major League Baseball consists of two leagues: the National League and the American League.

“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