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.

Originally published in Synapse on October 29, 1971.

For the first time in over 100 years the seat for the San Francisco district attorney (DA) is open, and on November 5 voters will decided which newcomer will fill this seat.

Elderly people kill themselves too. You wouldn’t think so if you did a quick search for the word “elderly” in any 2019 suicide prevention legislature, as references to this population are hard to find.

Both letters to the editor were originally published on Sept. 15, 1988. To the Editor: Recently, the Rape Prevention Education Program mailed a flyer advertising our upcoming event, a showing of The Power Pinch, a video which explores solutions to the problem of sexual harassment.

In June 2018, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine released a report which states that the pervasiveness of sexual and gender harassment in academic science, engineering and medicine leads to “significant damage to research

The path to a PhD is a treacherous one. It is paved with failure, stress, and uncertainty. I find myself tripping often, crawling along until I can finally stand up only to trip again.

Several courses during my MPH year have begun with familiar statistics; according to data from the Commonwealth Fund’s report, the U.S.

What makes an anchor institution? How does UCSF build upon not only itself, but also reach beyond and strengthen the community in which it resides?