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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 May 1960
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 May 1960
Do You Think for Yourself ?( THIS TEST ) VU/OC// • 112 WILL TELL YOU I#/ Do you often dislike doing favors for | 1 i &gt; YOUI6II yourself U N °U - Ca " y™ compete with another person r~l r~l you enjoy it. without feeling hostile? VES ( |no J | D ° you , ref , usc t( &gt; worry about things | 1 i , Mdtfi you can do anything about? v ES Q NO J~J Do you ever say things you don't r~l n • •&gt;. | ; '" S *' ,UBt 10 Btart a discussion? ves | | NO | | Would you be completely at ease if I 1 . , „ H 1 yo " f .°" nd yourself suddenly in the YES ( NO tt spotll * ht at a social gathering? — en you ' re ver y hungry, do you like I —i ii try out strange foods? yes no I ' ' ' X Wouid you vote for establishing an I , , , It international language other YES NO V J/'S " | than English? L_J Do you enjoy being called upon as an PH umpire to settle disputes? YES j no The Man Who Thinks far Himself k.
DENTAL SCHOOL-DENTAL HYGIENE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 May 1960
DENTAL SCHOOL-DENTAL HYGIENE NEWS The annual Dental Formal, given Saturday, May 7th, was a success —the champagne was abundant, the decorations were beautiful and the Rudy Salvini "Big Band" was tremendous! This gala affair is one which the dental students look forward to — one of the reasons being that it is free! The dental students showed interest in the annual State Dental Convention, April 24—27, held at the Fairmont Hotel (the Dental Hygiene Convention was conveniently held across the street at the Mark Hopkins). Besides the interesting lectures, there were numerous cocktail parties put on by the dental supply houses—not to mention catching up on a year's supply of toothbrushes! The Dental Hygiene Senior Dinner was held at the Ranch House. This event always makes for excitement because the dental hygiene staff get rid of their inhibitions. The graduating seniors were treated to a delicious prime rib dinner by the Northern California Dental Hygiene Association, who were also pr...
NURSING NEWS FIRST YEAR STUDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 May 1960
NURSING NEWS FIRST YEAR STUDENTS Miss Jordan, a graduate of U.C. School of Nursing, was recently guest speaker at the meeting of the first year class. Miss Jordan, who has worked with the "Frontier Nursing Service" for several years, told of her experiences as a midwife in Kentucky, and showed slides of that area. After a very interesting talk, she mentioned that she will be serving on the "Mercy Ship," which will be visiting Indonesia in the near future. *
SECOND YEAR STUDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 May 1960
SECOND YEAR STUDENTS At the second year class meeting last month it was disclosed that the tuition fee for the summer session this year has been raised from the expected $60.00 to 595.00. The students, by now resigned to their fate of ever-changing curriculum and expenses, accepted the announcement with silence and black looks. The Regents must be getting very rich. NSB The Nursing Student Body is presently selling cans of peanut butter candy, to earn money. The candy costs SI.OO a can, tastes good, and can be purchased from any nursing student until May 11. The Student Nurses' Ass'n. of Calif, met in April at St. Luke's Hospital for a spaghetti feed, and a program which included talks on "Nuclear Nursing" and "Flight Nursing" in the Navy. The business conducted at this meeting included nominations for new division officers, and for delegates to the coming state convention. Invitations from the California League for Nursing, and the Intertribal Indian House were extended to the nurs...
U.C.M.C. Newman Club Wins Award [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 May 1960
U.C.M.C. Newman Club Wins Award The U.C.M.C. Newman Club walked off with top honors at the annual convention in Stockton April 29—30 and May 1. President Vince Blake (Pharmacy) accepted the award for the "Outstanding Club in the Central Pacific Province," made up of Newman Clubs from all colleges and universities in Northern California. The permanent trophy accompanying the award will be on display in Millberry Union. Rev. Bernard J. Moran is club chaplain and Dr. Harold Harper is faculty advisor. Attending the convention were members from all of the schools on campus, including Mark Westervelt, Bill Kuchar, Bob Hickey, George Monteverdi, Jim Villaveces and Tony Ahn from Medicine; Mike Clarke from Dentistry; Ellen Brown, Joe I.ucido and Janet Haake from Pharmacy; Sue Rivers from Nursing; and Pat Dineen from Dental Hygiene. Dr. and Mrs. Wally Winters accompanied the group. On May 22, the final event of the club year will be the Communion Breakfast, following the 9:30 Mass at St. Anne...
THE LAB COAT AS A STATUS SYMBOL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 May 1960
THE LAB COAT AS A STATUS SYMBOL A neat, white, knee-length coat is universally recognized as the uniform of the scientist. TJie lab coat's primitive function as a utilitarian garment, protective against the dermolytic and vestidemolitive hazards of the laboratory, has bit by bit been replaced by its function as a status symbol. Just as we recognize a bishop by his mitre, or a burglar by his mask, we recognize a scientist by his lab coat. But in recent years the lab coat has become more than a mere workaday uniform. The soldier peels potatoes, cleans his rifle, and even fights his battles in his uniform; the modern scientist rarely works in his lab coat. When work is unavoidable, he will be found in his shirtsleeves, in a coarse brown smock, or in plastic. His lab coat, clean, pressed, possibly even starched, hangs safely behind the door, to be worn only when he is lecturing or greeting official visitors. Like spurs and shakos, the lab coat has been promoted to a new role; it is rapi...
WELCOME TO NEW STUDENTS FROM ASUCMC PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
WELCOME TO NEW STUDENTS FROM ASUCMC PRESIDENT On behalf of the student body of the Medical Center, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the San Francisco campus and to the beginning of your professional training. It is truly "the beginning," for your learning will not be for the next two, three, or four years, but for your professional lifetimes. Here at the Medical Center, you will receive your foundation to what is hoped to be a lifetime of learning and productive service. Your years here will offer you many opportunities to broaden your cultural and academic interests. With all aspects of medical science being taught here you will be able to exchange ideas with members of the other health professions, learn of their scope and problems, and deepen your understanding of their fields lation to yours. No matter which of the medical sciences you may study, be it dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, nursing, dental hygiene, or physical therapy, it is important to be aware of the skills andS s...
"STRUGGLERS" TO STRUGGLE AT UNION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
"STRUGGLERS" TO STRUGGLE AT UNION R. A. Alexander, Director of the Guy S. Millberry Union, has announced details pertaining to the Union's Second Birthday celebration scheduled to take place during the week-end of September 23-25. On all three days of the week-end (and actually until October 5), the Fine Arts Committee will present a truly outstanding show of original prints entitled "Ars Medica." The exhibit has been obtained from the Philadelphia Museum of Art and depicts man's concept of the evolution of medicine. Plans for Friday night (September 23) also include: — a complete (and free) demonstration of gymnastics in the Steninger Gym beginning at 7:00 P.M., featuring members of Coach Hal Frey's U.C. gymnastics team. — two water shows in the pool (both free), each lasting h hour, with the first show starting at 7:30 P.M. and the second at 8:15 P.M. ir- nn t » i/I —Ii \ — a regular union movie beginning at 7:30 P.M. in the Medical Sciences Auditorium. Presented will be the Marx ...
WELCOME TO FRESHMAN CLASS, SCHOOL OF MEDICINE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
WELCOME TO FRESHMAN CLASS, SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Class of 1964: It is a genuine pleasure to welcome you to the School of Medicine and to the Medical Center. This is for you a challenging and exciting time. It is the beginning of the clinical studies for which you have long planned and prepared. We all share your feelings and assure you that they need not diminish in the few short years that lie in your immediate future at this medical school. The challenge is yours to develop as a well matured and complete individual, rather than in an eccentric fashion, with undue emphasis being placed on certain phases and inadequate emphasis being placed on certain other phases. I do not have to repeat to you the importance of your medical training per se. That is, and should be, self evident. It is becoming increasingly evident that the fouryears of medical school never quite allows for the acquisition of as much knowledge as we would like. Because of this, there is a tendency to concentrate on med...
WELCOME STUDENT BODY SCHOOL OF PHARMACY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
WELCOME STUDENT BODY SCHOOL OF PHARMACY As Student Body President of thr School of Pharmacy, may I extend my greetings to the returning students, and offer a warm welcome to the new students entering our Student Body. The admission into a professional school is a very great milestone on which you are to be congratulated, for it is the earned result of the high standards you have set for yourself in professional studies. By the same token, the successful entrance into your chosen profession is dependent upon a continuation of this effort in the ensuing years. It is in this enthusiasm for your endeavors and full utilization of the abundant resources of the University, that you will find the necessary competency and attitudes to enjoy this success in the future. I urge that you avail yourselves of the full advantages of University life. Not only is it essential to bear in mind the importance of attaining a full academic background, but to realize also the achievement of other necessary...
WELCOME, SCHOOL OF NURSING [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
WELCOME, SCHOOL OF NURSING Welcome to the Medical Center Campus of the University of California and your school of nursing. For some of you, this is the very beginning of your professional education and for others, it is the beginning of a period of more concentrated study in a specialized area. If all of our learning were to be charted along a continuum with kind, time and quantity as the variables, we would find that'though all would increase with time, there would be a narrowing of the learnings into specialized areas, your academic learnings being one of them. Though your total learnings can be divided and somewhat catagorized, there will be some overlapping between the several areas. One of the learnings that will overlap is a sense of responsibility, and "Responsibility walks hand-in-hand with capacity and power." In our "capacities" here as students, we will continue to gain in knowledge and to increase in our awareness of the responsibilities we will assume as professional p...
WELCOME TO NEW DENTAL STUDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
WELCOME TO NEW DENTAL STUDENTS Dentistry is a rapidly changing field. It has progressed from the level of a craft, where digital and mechanical skills were all that were necessary for success, to that of an important health measure, requiring of its practitioners biological and technical knowledge as well as manual abilities. Research and epidemiological studies in the field of tooth decay have provided sufficient knowledge concerning the problem to make the control of decay a reality and the prevention of decay a definite possibility. By freeing the dentist from his traditional role of "dental repairman," the dental profession has been able to broaden its scope of service and offer the public a balanced program of oral care that includes control of tooth decay, correction of malocclusion, detection of oral cancer, treatment of oral malformations, such as cleft palate, and the prevention and treatment of oral infections and diseases of the gums and jaws. Dentists are joining the sci...
EDITOR 'S NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1960
EDITOR 'S NOTES The primary desire of the editors this year is to establish better student contact with THE SYNAPSE. It is hoped that the new organization to be established the first of this semester, plus a box for articles at the central desk in Millberry Union, will help foster such a relationship. Anyone interested in becoming a member of fThe Synapse staff should check the next issue (Sept. 28) for meeting details. We believe that The Synapse should be informative, interesting and, in some cases, entertaining. You may notice that the editors gall to run another episode of Carrie Bedpan in this issue. Any suggestions will gladly be accepted by the staff or the editors. Please note that any advertisements, notices for meetings, etc., will be run in The Synapse at no charge to students or faculty. The newspaper is at the service of the students, faculty and school. We hope that you will be able to use the paper for your benefit. Every endeavor on our part shall be made to once aga...