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THE SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 May 1961
THE SYNAPSE Room 249 Millberry Union U.C.Medicol Center Son Froncisco 22, Colifornio MOntrosc 1-1444 I'aul Rhodes (Jen C ureton r.duors Myrleen Fisher Assoc . Iditor, Nursing John ll.inson Assoc. Fditor, Pharmacy John Dilimer Assot. I ditor, Dentistry lan (.. Mac I ean Assoc I ditor, Medicine Mernie Peterson Assoc. F.'litor, Dental Hygiene Wayne Foster Assoc. Fditor, Fraternities Virginia Young Feature Fditor Frank Harrison Photographer Howard Blatner Cartoonist Ralph Reamy Distribution Manager Published semi-monthly during the academic year by the Associated Students. U.C. Medical Center
SPORTS AND RECREATION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 May 1961
SPORTS AND RECREATION Six-Man Volleyball Finals: After six weeks of play, the six-man volleyball tournament finally came to a close with the Medical School team as the unbeaten champions. The Med School team boasted a lineup of fine ball players who trounced every other team that came their way. Sharing a runners-up honor are the Pharmacy School and Ridge Finders with both teams losing two games and winning four. The Frosh Meds gained a fourth standing with a 3—2 record, while the Soph Dents and Hrlf Aztecs fought to a tie for the fifth spot. As always, someone has to be on the bottom in any competition and in this case it is pharmaceutical Chemistry. Children's Swim Carnival: To those who happen to have attended this carnival which was held at the Millberry Union pool last Saturday, it was something to be long remembered. The entire atmosphere was filled with laughter of excited children and the amused grown folks. The Carnival was held as a concluding program for the children's sw...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 18 May 1961
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WELCOME TO NEW STUDENTS FROM ASUCMC PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1961
WELCOME TO NEW STUDENTS FROM ASUCMC PRESIDENT On behalf of the Associated Students, I welcome you to the University of California — San Francisco Medical Center. We who are returning this year feel ours to be a unique campus presenting a wide spectrum of educational opportunities within the individual professions as well as the interchange of ideas and information among the various members of the health sciences. Your professional training here will be demanding .... more so in all probability, than any of your previous schooling. You will profit from it most, however, if you make it your major occupation but not your only one. I urge you to occasionally find time to relax and know something of your fellow students in the other health sciences; and to take part in the recreational, cultural, and social life of the Medical Center community. Once graduation. State Board Examinations, internships, etc. are successfully achieved, you will be ready to apply what has been learned here. Th...
EDITOR'S NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1961
EDITOR'S NOTES The Synapse is now under new management. In previous years the Synapse has been operated by the Cal Club. Now the management is back in the hands of the Associated Students. In order to make the Synapse a success we need your help. We need editors and reporters. We need people who will gladly give little time to make the Synapse a success. We welcome letters and criticism, but we do not welcome criticism that is not meant to be of help to the University or the Synapse. If you have a gripe about the Synapse, come in to the office and we will put you to work to try to correct that gripe. We arc asking your help to keep the Synapse in the hands of the Associated Students. Come in and do your part of the job! Bob Commer, Editor
WELCOME MESSAGE BY CLARK KERR [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1961
WELCOME MESSAGE BY CLARK KERR This Fall, for the first time in its history, more than 50,000 students will enroll in the statewide University of California. This is a staggering figure, and it becomes even more so when we remember that even this large enrollment is expected to double within the next decade. Moreover, there is good reason to believe that this growth will not level off in the 1970'5, but will continue at an accelerating rate into the second century of the University's existence. You, as studeats who have enrolled at the University during the most challenging period of its history, will play a vital role in this unprecedented expansion. We will need your thoughts on how the University can best serve the students of the future. We will need your active participation in student government. Perhaps most important, if the University is to expand not only rapidly but soundly, we will need your continued dedication to academic excellence. If the intellectual climate of a tru...
"STRUGGLERS" TO MAKE SECOND CAMPUS APPEARANCE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1961
"STRUGGLERS" TO MAKE SECOND CAMPUS APPEARANCE Pull out your Union Activities Calendar right now and put a bold red circle around the date of Friday, September 22! On this date, and between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and midnight in the Union's Main Cafeteria, the Union Hospitality Committee will again feature "The Strugglers" from San Francisco's popular Red Garter night spot. This same tremendous Banjo Band was featured in the Union last September, and in many respects, it was one of the most popular and successful events held since Millberry opened back in 1958. Tickets for this very special event may now be purchased at the Union Central Desk, and students are urged to obtain these as quickly as possible, since a sell-out is definitely expected and there will be no sales at the door. The individual ticket price of $1.50 includes free refreshments throughout the entire evening, and it is important to note that THE TYPE OF REFRESHMENTS WILL BE DENTICAL TO WHAT WAS SERVED LAST YEAR. The...
From the Desk of the Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1961
From the Desk of the Union Director To begin with, and on behalf of our entire staff, I extend a sincere and hardy "welcome back" to you from the Guy S. Millberry Union! Although the past three-and-one-half months were painfully slow from the standpoint of building usage, a great deal was accomplished in terms of jointly reviewing the 1960-61 year and planning for all that is to take place during the coming year. During the summer months, the Building was closed on week-ends, food service was restricted to the Public Cafeteria and Faculty Club and only a "minimal" (although very popular) program of student activities was offered. Studies, evaluations and general research were conducted with an eye toward making the Union's fourth year of operations the biggest and very best yet. Before launching into a look at the exciting year that lies ahead, it would seem appropriate to first review some of the "high spots" of last year. Although the Union's financial position was not as good at ...