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.

San Franciscans are a little obsessed with brunch. I know this because there are few things that require a reservation a month in advance that early on a Sunday morning.

Winter in San Francisco wouldn’t be the same without gliding across the ice with family and friends at the Safeway Holiday Ice Rink in Union Square. Starting November 7 through January 21, 2013. 


By Venkateswarlu Kadiveti
Staff Writer

The mystery behind all human misery is fear, and the secret of human fortune is courage.

I'm going to give you two pieces of advice. First off, don't take my advice. It's a dangerous precedent to set. The last person who took my advice ended up in a PhD program. He does not return my calls. 

Combining two winning cultural elements, the Latino Association of Pharmacy Students (LAPS) kicked off the Salsa y Salsa with a salsa-tasting competition, while students of  the world-renowned salsa dancer Mario Luís Alabi put on a spectacular per

Presentation: “Fanning the Flames: Inflammasome-regulated IL-22BP controls colon tumorigenesis”

Presenter: Jenny Qi, second-year BMS student

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.

Photo by Venkateswarlu Kadiveti


By Venkateswarlu Kadiveti
Staff Writer

“They must often change, who would be constant in happiness or wisdom” — Confucius