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Notes and Comment [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 March 1963
Notes and Comment • At the last meeting of the Union Board, it was agreed that a special committee be appointed to review the matter of Millberry Union and campus-wide food service. Temporary Board Chairman Donald Smith, M.D., has now formed an eight-man committee, headed by Dr. Walter Singer of the School of Pharmacy. This committee is vitally interested in your objective comments in this regard. The remaining Committee members are as follows: Mr. Dan Graney — Graduate School Dr. John Creech — Dentistry Mr. Bob McCowan — Dentistry Dr. Frank Sooy — Medicine Mr. John Schmaezle — Medicine Miss Diane Smyth - Nursing *****
REMINDER [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 11 March 1963
REMINDER Provost Saunders has asked that all students be reminded of the requirement that they may not eat in the H. C. Moffitt Hospital cafeteria when the student cafeteria in Millberry Union is open. This arrangement is made necessary by: • The policy of the Board of Governors of Millberry Union reserving its food service to members of the Union and • The need for restricting the Moffitt cafeteria to employees involved in patient care. In order that these people may return to their stations as quickly as possible particularly at lunch time, a one-half hour lunch period has been established. In order for this to function, waiting lines must be held to a minimum and table space must be available for these employees.
Overheard in OB Clinic . . . [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 April 1963
Overheard in OB Clinic . . . Patient: Tell me. what are the chances 0/ having Triplets? Doctor: Oh, that doesn't happen very often; only once in every 10.000 times. Patient: Goodness - if I tried for Triplets. I'd never get anything else done! "I asked her if mastication gives her any trouble, and she says, 'No . . . right on schedule every month.'" "Just what do you expect to bathe?" ■lour frog test came back positive. In nine months you will be the proud parents of a frog." "This is my treatment for constipation." "As near as I can make out, you're supposed to put two pounds of cold cream in your right ear before each meal."
Witnessed in Moffitt Hospital . . . [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 April 1963
Witnessed in Moffitt Hospital . . . A somewhat ruffled and disheveled student nurse was walking down the hall with the bodice of her uniform indiscreetly unbuttoned. As she tried to rearrange herself, an instructor approached with the following query: "Miss Johes! What on earth are you doing in such a condition?!" The student sheepishly replied. "Well .... you know those interns . . . they never put anything back!" '•Everything's all right this time, Miss Stash. But I advise you to quit playing ovarian roulette." "A'o, no .. . you l)id Ilir lineuets untie t tintongue and the suppositories . . ••I'reii.l -ays vouVr •i.rrr 100 young. Mow ahout that!"
SYNAPSE PERSONALITY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 April 1963
SYNAPSE PERSONALITY A top flight girl and second year student in the School of Nursing is from Loomis and is the younger of two girls in her family. She attended high school in Auburn and spent her first two years of college at the University of California in Berkeley where she resided at Stern Hall. During this time she was active in hall activities and participated in volunteer services sponsored by the YWCA. Brenda originally entered college with public health or medical technology as her major interest, but after doing volunteer work she decided on nursing as her objective and devoted her second year to fulfilling the pre-nursing requirements. As Brenda aspired to a baccalaureate degree in her field and is especially partial to U.C., she applied at the Medical Center. Brenda has proven herself both academically and socially in the School of Nursing. Her excellent performance as a student and attributes as a person reveal Brenda as a promising asset to the nursing profession. She...
INSTRUCTIONS FOR "FRESHMAN" [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 April 1963
INSTRUCTIONS FOR "FRESHMAN" Always sensitive to the mood of the multitudes, CANDID I has designed a game to equal your worst frustrations. It has been so cunningly devised that even the most sensitive reader will' probably get only a subliminal glimmer of com-' prehension, The game is called "Freshman." The rules are easy. Any number can play." Dice are rolled to determine the advance of each player, but there should always be at least one less die than players. This encourages aggressive play. Each player places his marker at the 11 square labeled "Registration Line" and rolls his die. There is no sequence of play and each playe. may roll as quickly and as often as he is ablej Before play starts, one player is elected "Peda-g gogue." This person should speak authoritatively on any subject, and it is all right if he tends tc drone a bit. if no one wants to be Pedagogue * elect the player who seems most monotonous? The purpose of the "Pedagogue" is to explair„ the game and he should ...