Social Justice

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.

This story was originally published in Synapse on March 15, 1984. The women’s movement in this country must be broadened to address issues relevant to black and working-class people, political activist Angela Davis told a Cole Hall audien

In reaction to the dismissal of dozens of striking UC Santa Cruz graduate student workers on Friday Feb. 28, UCSF students held sit-ins at both the Parnassus and Mission Bay campuses on Wednesday, March 4.

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

The voices of UCSF stretch across all backgrounds and walks of life, and they are calling out to be heard.

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.

I turned on the news and my home was underwater. Drowning.

I was just back in Houston for a visit in May. It was still true: everything in Texas is bigger, even bigger than you remember, especially after you’ve been away a while.

“How do you make a movement sustainable with drastic change?”