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Synapse — UCSF Student Voices, UCSF’s 62-year-old student news outlet, is seeking an editor-in-chief or a team of co-editors-in-chief. No previous experience is necessary.

Every year on the last weekend of May, the streets of San Francisco are filled with music from Brazil and Latin America in celebration of carnaval.

If you have an eye for great photography or a talent for the written word, you can win some of the $2,000 in prizes that’s up for grabs for talented UCSF students.

Editor's note: Due to a last minute NBC assignment, the Lunch & Learn with Jacob Ward has been rescheduled to Tuesday, April 16.

Do you have burning questions or comments about diversity at UCSF? Here’s your chance to learn more and speak your mind to Chancellor Sam Hawgood.

Since the 2017 Mentorship Climate Survey was conducted by the Associate Students of the Graduate Division (ASGD), there has been a notable

It is summer 2018, my family and I are at Disneyland, LA. We are at the gate at 7:00 am, the sun shines beautifully and gives us the good news that “it is going to be a hot day; enjoy the lines and rides!” I am thinking about how we are going to survive the day – since we plan to stay until late at night to watch the “Fantasmic show.”

Located in room 345 on the main floor of the UCSF Library at Parnassus, the Makers Lab is the university's makerspace, where the UCSF community can unleash their natural creativity to discover new solutions to health science challenges.

Where is the XX in immunology? Less than 30% of faculty in the UCSF Immunology department are women. That’s 13% less female representation than the UCSF-wide faculty demographic, where men still hold the majority.

Science, public health, and corporate responsibly collide as community members of a West Virginia town struggle for their health against the malpractice of DuPont Chemical in the award-winning 2018 documentary, The Devil We Know: The Chemistry