All levels of University of California students are invited to become a UC Advocacy Network Student Ambassador.

[Originally published in Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper, Jan. 19, 1968]

A message from the UCSF student body president:

Marijuana Statement

Curious about what it takes to be a science and health writer? Get an insider’s perspective with San Francisco Chronicle health reporter Erin Allday on Jan. 26 from noon to 1 p.m.

In 2015, a seven-year old boy in Germany lost 60% of his skin due to a genetic disorder. Miraculously, after all conventional treatments had failed and he was nearing death, engineered skin cells were able to promote regrowth of his skin.

Minority students at UCSF face a unique set of challenges that broader diversity and stronger inclusivity would go a long way to resolving, according to a new Diversity Committee dedicated to bridging that gap.

We stand on the shoulders of those before us.

“This quote has made a deep impression upon me because I truly believe that who I am and where I am now comes from the goodness of those surrounding me.

Have you ever stopped and wondered how much it costs UCSF each year for all those articles you read? The UCSF library spends approximately 85% of their collections budget, just to maintain their current subscription load.

It’s likely that you evaluate the status of your teeth on a daily basis. You smile in front of the mirror to pinpoint any stains, plaque, or stubborn food particles that have found a new home between your teeth.

Stories of sexual assault are rampant in the news today. From Hollywood producers and radio hosts to politicians and news reporters, it is clear that no field is immune to violations of trust. The chain of events may seem clear for those who have not experienced emotional, physical, or sexual abuse. A betrayal occurs, a victim reports that betrayal, and the perpetrator is punished. However, these betrayals and their underlying psychology are far more complex.

 

On Oct. 15, the California legislature passed SB 201, a bill that extends the right to unionize to a subsection of the graduate student community. This measure directly affects some UCSF graduate students.