Opinion

The year 2020 has shaped up to be the most socio-politically tense year from COVID-19 to global protests of police in response to the unjust killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade and countless others to the upcoming presidential el

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I do not think a person of sensitivity can inhabit graduate school for long. It isn’t because of the intellectual challenge or uncertainty.

Four months ago, my father began experiencing debilitating joint pain, which first appeared with a progressively sharp throbbing in his left wrist, that was uncomfortable enough for him to notice but not enough to notify others about it.

A recent publication in Nature illustrates how innovative efforts to increase coronavirus testing across the US, such as those through the

Wet markets have been in the headlines since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak.

In the days since the arrival of COVID-19 to the United States we have seen the ineptitude of the federal government in responding to a pandemic.

UCSF students at both Parnassus and Mission bay campuses came together on March 4 to rally in solidarity with UC graduate students striking for livable stipends.

A dangerous trend is arising from the mass shooting epidemic we find ourselves — blaming mental illness.

UCSF is home to some of the best healthcare programs in the nation. However, our globally revered school consistently fails to provide its students with adequate buildings and the facilities that they need to succeed.

Hundreds of UCSF staff, providers, faculty and students have denounced a proposed partnership expansion between UCSF and Dignity Health that directly infringes on the core values that we at UCSF stand for.