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UNION HOURS ANNOUNCED [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1961
UNION HOURS ANNOUNCED With only a few minor changes, the Union's operating schedule will be essentially the same as last year. The most noticeable change lies in the fact that the "split shift" of hours for the Athletic Wing has been dropped, and swimmers, squash players, weight lifters and those using the gym can look forward to uninterrupted use of these facilities. Another change of note has been made in the hours of the Union's Public Cafeteria which is located just off the Parking Garage Concourse at the west end of the Building. This dining unit, open to patients, patient visitors, employees and the general public, formerly closed daily at 3:00 p.m. During the coming year, however, and for the convenience of the groups mentioned, the Public Cafeteria will offer dinner and remain open until 700pm., Monday through Friday. The complete schedule, as announced by Union Director Robert Alexander, follows below: (*on Mondays -nd Fridays, Langley Porter Clinic will have exclusive use ...
FILMS ENTER FOURTH YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1961
FILMS ENTER FOURTH YEAR The Millberry Union Film Committee, member of the American Federation of Film Societies, has announced its schedule for the first semester of the 1961 —'62 year, the Committee's fourth year of operations. As in the past, all films (except one) will be presented in the Auditorium of the Medical Sciences Building, on Friday evenings beginning promptly at 7:30 p.m. Complete and printed schedules are now available at the Central Desk of the Union, with a "preview" of the feature subjects offered at this time: September 15, 1961 Lili September 22, 1961 A Nous La Liberie September 29, 1961 The Mouse That Roared October 6, 1961 Umberto D October 13, 1961 Our Man in Havana October 20, 1961 Ballad of a Soldier October 27, 1961 Stalag 17 November 3,1961 The Threepenny Opera November 10, 1961 Can Can November 17, 1961 Ordet December 1, 1 96 1 Son of the Shielc December 8, 1961 Golden Demon (Note: Because of a scheduling conflict. this feature will he presented in the Un...
STUDENT HEALTH PLAN AVAILABLE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1961
STUDENT HEALTH PLAN AVAILABLE As a result of efforts made by the A.S.U.C.M.C. and the Dean of Students one year ago, individuals enrolled here at the Medical Center are eligible to participate in an outstanding group student health plan. This C.P.S. (California Physicians' Service) plan is now under the auspices of the Millberry Union, and a portion of each student's Union Fee goes in part to offset related clerical and administrative costs. The plan itself is designed to supplement present services of the Campus Student Health Service. Though rather comprehensive in it's coverage, Student Health does not cover dependents, nor does it cover students during summer vacations. These "lapses" are covered under the C.P.S. Program. By this time, every registered campus student, new and returning, should have received a mailing from C.P.S., outlining the plan in detail, along with a health coverage application card. If you did not receive this material, please report to Miss Pat Chapla in ...
WELCOME SCHOOL OF PHARMACY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1961
WELCOME SCHOOL OF PHARMACY The members of the faculty of the School of Pharmacy join me in welcoming you as new students at the Medical Center. You are fortunate in having been selected from a relatively large group of applicants for admission to your respective schools, and now you are able to pursue your educational objective. The University offers you an unlimited opportunity to develop your full potential. To take advantage of this opportunity, which comes but once, is a challenge which I am sure you are prepared and eager to accept. Sometime next month a new addition to the Medical Sciences Building is scheduled for construction. The location of the new building is adjacent to the library, and we can anticipate noise that may at times interfere with your study. If you are sensitive to such disturbances, you may do well to purchase a set of ear plugs. In making such a recommendation perhaps I should remind you that they are not to be used while you are attending lectures. During...
DEANS' WELCOME SCHOOL OF MEDICINE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1961
DEANS' WELCOME SCHOOL OF MEDICINE it is a great pleasure to extend a hearty welcome to the entering class of the School of Medicine. You enter the profession of medicine in a period of great flux and dynamic change. This change is both internal and external to medicine itself. The revolutionary alterations occurring in the structure of society, with an increasing emphasis on the social significance of health, in turn demand of the doctor the possession of a deepening social sense and public spirit. There will be little formalised instruction in the curriculum on these social aspects of medicine, but you will encounter them at every turn. However, there will be many informal opportunities for discussion and I hope you will examine and consider the various creeds put forth and duly mark them with your own observations. The internal changes in medicine are occurring at an even more fantastic pace. To meet these conditions you are expected to show originality of mind and independence of...
MESSAGES [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1961
MESSAGES Those of you who are beginning your professional career at the Medical Center have completed your first major hurdle - that of being admitted to your respective school. This required much effort and you are to be congratulated, Considerably more effort will be required of you. The curriculum is far heavier than you have experienced before. Competition is keen and more will be expected of you. You will have less time to devote to other than academic responsibilities. Time will become a precious commodity. How you use this time will determine your success at the Medical Center. The curriculums in your former colleges were designed to promote individuality. You were encouraged to sample subject material over a wide range in order to promote a liberal and broad education. Contact with students and .'acuity with different backgrounds and interests was the rule. At the Medical Center you will be a member of a class and the class routine will be your routine. You will study, eat, ...
WELCOME SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY MESSAGE OF WELCOME [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1961
WELCOME SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY MESSAGE OF WELCOME The members of the faculty and the staff join with me in welcoming the new members of our student group to the professions of dentistry and dental hygiene. It seems important to me to emphasize that on the day of registration you not only entered the school, but the profession of your choice. Since you are now a part of your professional group, you may be interested in knowing that dentistry now numbers close to one hundred thousand in this country and about two thousand in California. There are over a thousand dental hygienists in California. The entire profession is keenly interested in the educational part of dentistry, for the very good reason that the schools represent the method of replenishing the profession. This is why you have been through such a "filter system" in the process of admission the grade point evaluations, and the aptitude and performance tests. This has insured the school and the profession that we have selected a...
PICASSO TO PROJECT MERCURY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1961
PICASSO TO PROJECT MERCURY During the coming school year, the Union Fine Arts Committee will again offer a series of perpetual exhibits, designed to expose Union members to aw ■ o" variety of graphic arts. In view of the popularity of these assorted art shows during the I'st three years, the Fine Arts Committee has chosen to "double-up" in quantity, and during the 1961—62 year, two concurrent exhibits will be offered at all times. At the date of this writing, some contacts with exhibit sources are not yet finalized. As it now appears, however, the schedule will be as follows: September 15 — September 29: Exhibit A Woodcuts by Irving Amen, Artists Studio, New York. Exhibit B Reproductions of Rembrandt's Etchings and Drawings. September 29 — October 19: Exhibit A "Cross Currents in American Art" (1.8.M., New York) Exhibit B — Dr. A.T. Hinman's collection of Antique Glass Paper Weights. October 23 — November 13: Exhibit A Space-Science Exhibit, National Aeronautics and Space Administra...
1961 MEDI-CALS AT MILLBERRY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1961
1961 MEDI-CALS AT MILLBERRY As a direct result of unexpected and unavoidable delays on the part of the contract printer, the 1961 Medi-Cals were not delivered to the Campus until very shortly after the majority of students had left the campus last Spring. However, a limited quantity (less than 100) of these attractive books are now available at the Central Desk of the Millberry Union, on sale at $5.00 per copy. The 1961 version of the Medi-Cal co-edited by Jack Hall and Dan Owens, (Dentistry, Class of •61) is packed with hundreds of interesting photographs and articles pertaining to the Medical Center with particular emphasis on the 1960—'61 academic year. The striking inside cover of the book consists of a full-color panoramic photograph of the Center, taken from Golden Gate Park. This particular volume (XV) is dedicated to the late Harold G. Ray, D.D.S., M.S., Chairman of the Division of Periodontology from 1950— to 1960. Buyers of the remaining copies of the Medi-Cal will discove...
NOON LECTURES TO RESUME [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1961
NOON LECTURES TO RESUME The popular "Noon Topics" lecture series will begin again on September 20, at noon in the Auditorium of the Medical Sciences Building. The series is designed to promote an interest in Human Ecology: The science of man in an ever-changing environment, influenced by sociologic structure, biologic species and geographical factors. These lectures represent "frontier thinking" in many fields of science, philosophy, literature and human affairs — areas which influence, directly or indirectly, the physical and psychologic environment and the well-being of man. All programs are conducted on Wednesdays, and the schedule through mid-December follows: September 20 Art of the 20th Century Beniamino Bufano, Artist September 27 Bohemia - Its Significance In Our Culture Francis J. Rigney Psychiatrist and Author October 4 The Evolution of Jazz Wilbert Baranco Pianist and Teacher of Jazz October 11 Romanticism and Italian Culture Uguccione Di Sorbello Former Chairman of Itali...
THE MEDICAL CENTER -- A "MUSICAL CAMPUS" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 September 1961
THE MEDICAL CENTER -- A "MUSICAL CAMPUS" Particularly in recent years, and in large part as a result of new facilities available in the Millberry Union (opened September 19, 1958) the San Francisco Medical Center Campus has garnered a creditable heritage of outstanding events of broad musical excellence. Every effort will be made to perpetuate this record during the coming academic year, with preliminary information revealing a promise that musically speaking, '61—'62, will be the biggest year yet! Here, in brief, is a run-down of programs formally scheduled as of the date of this writing: September 22, 1961 "THE STRUGGLERS" Banjo Band from San Francisco's Red Garter will appear in the Union Main Cafeteria. October 21, 1961 "SPAGHETTI AND ALL THAT JAZZ" Dinner listening party, featuring the solid dixieland refrains of the Golden Gate Jazz Band. October 31, 1961 A Piano Concert, at noon, featuring Miss Rosalie Soo Hoo (graduate of Julliard) in the Union Music Room. November 3, 1961 N...