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LATEST NEWS ON MILLBERRY CAFETERIA [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 April 1963
LATEST NEWS ON MILLBERRY CAFETERIA At the February meeting of the Millberry Union Board of Governors, it was recommended that a Committee be appointed to study food services at the Millberry Union since there was an evident lack of student acceptance of the student cafeteria. The Food Services Committee has met three times since being constituted. The following is a brief interim report of some of its activities to date. It has been compiled by the committee chairman for inclusion in this issue of the Synapse and is subject to review and possible revision by the Committee at its next meeting on April 24. A full report will be made to the Board of Governors at the May meeting. The objectives of the Committee were established as: (a) to investigate the quality of the service and of the food in the Student Cafeteria, (b) to bring complaints and suggested improvements to the attention of the Union Food Service Management and (c) to consider the desirability of unifying the food services...
From the Desk of the Union Director [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 April 1963
From the Desk of the Union Director Mr. Robert A. Alexander t | With only approximately six weeks remaining Jin the present school year, it seems advisable Jto cover in this one issue, all of the various acItivities scheduled between now and Commencejient Day, Saturday, June 1, 1963. Your attention is then called to the following regular and special events: FILMS (liny 3 - Ingmar Bergman's "Wild Strawberries" J»oy 10 - "Viridiana" (Spanish dialog, English j subtitles.) ||oy 17 - Hitchcock's "Spellbound" with Ingrid j Bergman and Gregory Peck. joy 24 - "Song Without End." A technicolor acI count of the life and music of Franz Liszt. Note: All films presented in the Medical Sciences [auditorium beginning 7:30 p.m. Admission 25&lt;t ART EXHIBITS jThrough May 6 A collection of brilliant lens work by Mr. John j Lockwood, noted Bay Area photographer. (Mr. I Lockwood recently worked with the San Francisco Chronicle on their "Photo Quiz" pro- | motion.) Paintings by Mr. Earl Thollan...
AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF CAMPUS AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE PURCHASE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 April 1963
AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF CAMPUS AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE PURCHASE - Bud Alexander, Recreation Supervisor Mr. John C. Haralson, Campus Publications Officer, has announced that full color aerial photographs of the Medical Center are available to campus personnel on a private purchase basis from the campus Publications Office. These photographs (16" x 20" only) may be purchased unmounted or mounted in one of three ways. All are unframed. A sample may be seen in a glassenclosed case in the main lobby of the Medical Sciences Building. The photograph is especially suited for hanging in an office area. Prices (including tax) of the photographs and types of mountings are: &lt; ffm in To purchase a photograph for cash, send or deliver a letter to the Publications Office stating the number of photographs and the type of mounting desired and attach a check or money order payable to The Regents of the University of California for the total purchase price. The address is: Publications Office, ...
BEAR'S WARES [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 30 April 1963
BEAR'S WARES Now is the time to stop by Bear's Wares in Millberry Union to order your Class Ring. These official University rings are custom designed for each of the schools on campus. Greek letters orPharmacy Rx can also be encrusted on the stone. You need put down only a $5.00 deposit and pay the balance when your ring arrives. With graduation approaching the time to place your order: is NOW.
DEAN GOYAN [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 31 May 1963
DEAN GOYAN In February of this year Dr. Goyan of the j School of Pharmacy was appointed as Acting Dean of Students at the Medical Center. This is a part-time position and Dr. Goyan spends the test of his time as professor of physical, analytical and pharmaceutical chemistry in the School of Pharmacy. Dr. Goyan was born in Placerville, California, in 1908. He attended school there until 1926 when .lie entered the University of California at I Berkeley. In 1931 he obtained his masters deIgree in chemistry and the same year he began 'teaching here at the Medical Center while continuing his graduate studies at Berkeley. In 1937 .be received his Ph.D. from the U.C. Berkeley | College of Chemistry and began a full-time posiItion here in the College of Pharmacy, which has since been accredited as the School of Pharmacy. I Dr. Goyan has remained on the faculty of this campus since then except for the years of World |»arllwhen he participated in research on thermoelectric problems related to...
SKID ROW MISSION CLINIC [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 31 May 1963
SKID ROW MISSION CLINIC Perhaps many of you on the campus have seen the Christian Fellowship meeting posters and have wondered what kind of religious organization it is and exactly what it does in its weekly functions. Spiritual insight into one's self and life is certainly a principal objective. Many and varied Christian Fellowship activities emphasize this theme. This article serves to inform you of just one of these activities which is particularly pertinent to the Medical Center and its concept of comprehensive patient care. For over one year the Christian Fellowship has been operating a Skid Row medical clinic at the Life Line Mission, Fourth and Minna Streets, in downtown San Francisco. The clinic has catered to over 1,190 patients. Literally thousands of pills and other appropriate medications were dispensed. Many cases have been referred to various hospitals in the immediate area. Through a special arrangement, some are even admitted to UCMC hospital and clinic program as si...
USED BOOKS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 31 May 1963
USED BOOKS Beginning this week a new service is beinj" offered to students — a central file for the listing of used textbooks for sale. The file will be kepi : at the Central Desk of Millberry Union. Anyont"" wanting to sell a textbook should fill out a car&lt;*' inside the box (complete information, please) an&lt; file it behind the author's last name (see instruc tions in file). Those wishing to buy a book ma) refer to these cards to get information on contact 4 ing the seller. The card file will be kept current by the removal of the card by the seller after tht" c sale is made and the yearly removal of all olc cards. This service is being sponsored by the ' ASUCMC Council in order to better serve students ' who are now attempting the same thing on an in " dividual basis.
SYNAPSE PERSONALITY [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 31 May 1963
SYNAPSE PERSONALITY Sue Emerson, a graduating dental hygienist, has been appropriately selected as one of the most outstanding students in her school. She is notable for her academic achievements and shines as a popular personality. As a young girl her family moved around California, finally ending up in Lafayette where they reside at present. Sue has a twin sister who is graduating from the University of California at Davis this year, and a younger brother who is in the Navy. Sue first attended Diablo Valley Junior College where she originally majored in the biological sciences.Her indefinite goal at that time was teaching since she particularly desired a vocation that included conact with people. However, her objective changed ihen friends aroused her interest in dental hygiene. She applied for admittance in the University dental hygiene program and was readily J accepted. On June 1 she will graduate from this campus, receiving a Bachelor of Science Degree j:n Dentistry. Her post-...
HONORABLE MENTION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 31 May 1963
HONORABLE MENTION Two University of California dental students, a student in dental hygiene, and a faculty member received special awards May 22 at a U.C. Dental Alumni Association banquet honoring members of the School of Dentistry graduating classes. Ralph Heath, a dental student from Ogden, Utah, and Susan Lee Emerson, a dental hygiene student from Lafayette, were nominated by their classmates as outstanding graduates of 1963Miss Emerson is the daughter of R.J. Emerson, 3182 Willoughby Lane, Lafayette. Herman Mattern, of 1254 — 42nd Avenue, San Francisco, received the International College of Dentists award for exceptional academic and professional development during the four years of dental school. Dr. Howard M. Myers was named by the dental graduating class as its "most helpful" faculty member. Dr. Myers is associate professor of oral medicine and assistant dean of the School of Dentistry. Joanne Gompertz
CONSTITUTION OF THE A.S.U.C.M.C. [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 31 May 1963
CONSTITUTION OF THE A.S.U.C.M.C. Preamble We, the students on the San Francisco Medical Center Campus of the University of California, by authority of the President of the University and the provost of this Campus, in order to provide for the promotion, maintenance and regulation of such matters as are delegated by them to the student government, do ordain and establish this constitution. Article I Name and Purpose The name of this organization shall be the Associated Students of the University of California San Francisco Medical Center. The development, promotion and regulation of student government and activities, and representation of the student body shall be the purpose of the ASUCMC. Article II Organization and Membership All registered graduate and undergraduate students in the University of California Medical Center shall be members of the ASUCMC. The organization shall be governed by a campus council. Article 111 The Campus Council Section 1: The Campus Council shall consis...