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GENERAL STUDENT ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 31 May 1963
GENERAL STUDENT ELECTION The constitution of the ASUCMC is written in full in this issue of the Synapse. During this week students are to vote on the series of three amendments added to this constitution at the end. These changes have been made in practice for the last few years, but not in official policy. Please tear off the ballot on this page; mark it, and put it in the box at the central desk in Millberry Union; this will only take a minute. Thank you for your interest and cooperation.
THE UNIVERSITY AND AN EDUCATION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 31 May 1963
THE UNIVERSITY AND AN EDUCATION Editor's Note: The following is being reprinted from the May 10 edition of the Michigan Daily. The Daily Californian reprinted this editorial in its May 24 edition. The Synapse seconds the Daily Californian in that while we do not necessarily agree with the sentiments expressed, we do feel that they are relevant to the University and the American College System in general. Sometimes the most important things that have to be said are the most difficult to express. When students try to explain just why they are disappointed, with their education at the University, they find it very hard to advance concrete reasons which can be readily understood by administrators and faculty members The dissatisfaction remains — driven underground or covered up, perhaps, but it is still there. Despite being swatted down on specifics and despite the outward signs of vigor and achievement on the campus, the dissatisfaction remains. It is a feeling, rather than a thesis — ...
A YEAR OF CALIFORNIA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 31 May 1963
A YEAR OF CALIFORNIA CLUB California Club is an organization which was ounded by then President Robert Gordon Sproul. he group endeavors to promote intracampus unity nd serves as a student advisory group to the 'resident of the University. The President ppoints twenty members from each of the Uniersity campuses. The activities of the past year have been ;uided by Chapter Chairman Lida Chase and acuity advisor Dr. Jerome Motto. Vice-president .iz Hutchinson has been known chiefly by her andwriting if nothing else; she has sent just undreds of notices reminding members of meetags. Linda Thurman has had the enviable (?) osition of keeper of the funds. Orientation of students new to the Medical 'enter campus is one of the most formidable indertakings of the year; it includes the program 112 welcome addresses given in the Medical ciences Auditorium followed by tours of the ampus. Work on the orientation for next Septemer has already begun under the direction of ieorge LaVaque. The group ...
GUY S. MILLBERRY UNION Hours of Operation – Summer, 1963 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 31 May 1963
GUY S. MILLBERRY UNION Hours of Operation - Summer, 1963 PLEASE POST PLEASE POST SPECIAL NOTES: This schedule Is subject to change, based on levels of use and activity. The Union will be closed coimletely on the followlnq leqal holidays: t MEMORIAL DAY. Thursday, May 30, 1963; INDEPENDENCE DAY, Thursday. July U, 1963; and LABOR DAY, Monday, September 2, 1963. i ln vlew of * h « ®a»ter surroer schedule, the Union Catering Department will be Inoperative fro* June 2, 1963, through Septmiber 8, 1963. UNIT HOURS NOTES 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Includes Central Desk, Games Area, Huslc Room and Lounges. Smer Schedule will begin on GENERAL BUILDING Monday through Friday Sunday, June 2, 1963. The General Building will be closed for three weeks (8-17 to 9-9.) CLOSED WEEKENDS NORHAL SCHEDULE WILL RESUME ON MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, 1963. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. —" BOOKSTORE AND OFFICES Monday through Friday (Hours the same as during regular school year.) CLOSED WEEKENDS 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. The pool wil...
Union Plans a Full Fall Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
Union Plans a Full Fall Schedule Millberry Union begins itsfifth anniversary year with a fanfare a Five-Star program of ails and activities from banjos to Bach. Films, concerts, plays, parties, jazz, dance phis a schedule of major art exhibits and special seminars. The Straggler's Banjo Band Blast on Friday night September 20, with a preceding Film Gala Opening the same night, inaugurates the Union's Five-Star year. At 7 p.m. in the Medical Science Auditorium the 14week I'uion Film Series will be given a general critique an d discussion by Ernest (Chick) Callenbach, editor of "Film Quarterly" and wellknown Bay Area film scholar. Mr. Callenbach will speak prior to the showing of the evening film "Monsieur Tele," with a .script by Eugene lonesco and drawings by the famous Polish poster artist, Jan Lenica. The feature film is the controversial French new-wave import "Breathless," directed by Jean-Luc Godard and starring Joan-Paul Belmondo and Jean Seberg. The film program will end at 9...
Classes Start Monday Classes Start Monday [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
Classes Start Monday Classes Start Monday Instruction for all new and readmitted .students will begin on Monday, September 16. For those who have not registered by that date, a late registration fee of $10.00 will be charged. Late registration will he held in the Office of the Recorder, Room 63 University Hospital, from 9:00-11:00 a.m. and from 1:00-4:00 p.m. The academic calendar for the fall semester is as follows: Sept. 16, Monday: Study list filing. 9:00-11:00 a.m. 1:00-4:00 p.m. through Sept. 20, Friday. Sept. '3.'?, Monday: Late fil ing of study lists. FEE $10.00. Sept. 27, Friday: Last day for filing applications in candidacy for all master's degrees to be conferred in January 1964; office o fthe Dean &lt;&gt;1 the Graduate Division, 249 Medical Sciencts Building. All signatures required on these applications must be obtained in advance. Oct. 4, Friday: For Professional students, last day to file petitions to add or drop courses. After this date, upon written ...
Dear Reader [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
Dear Reader The Synapse is back, and the Mixl School's got it. Returning this year to a previous incarnation, the fourpage tabloid, The Synapse will be published bi-weekly by an editorial staff from the School of Medicine, to be announced in the next issue. Representatives from all schools and departments arc asked to check in with The Synapse headquarters, Room 219, Millberry Union, with regular news and schedules for all events. The Synapse will feature general campus news, sports, announcements, activities, and arts program reviews, as well as cartoons, book reviews, and articles of special interest. Keep us posted and we'll keep vo'.i posted. Quid Pro Quo'
Friday Sports Films [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
Friday Sports Films The Union Recreation Department is happy to announce the continuation of its weekly noon-time sport film program on Fridays. An exciting series of sports films has been arranged for the fall semester. The first of the series will begin on Friday, September 20, with the 1962 World Series film. Highlighting the scries will be the weekly show ing of the Cal football game films. Watch for the special spot announcement notices.
New Dean of Medicine: Dr. William 0. Reinhardt Dean of Students' Message: Student Participation Stressed [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 13 September 1963
New Dean of Medicine: Dr. William 0. Reinhardt Dean of Students' Message: Student Participation Stressed Dr. William (). Reinhardt, a member of the UCMC faculty since 1939 and until recently chairman ol the I )cpartmcnt of Anatomy here, has been named Lean of the School of Medicine of the San Francisco Medical Center. Dr. Rcinhardt's appointment was announced after the meet ing of the regents in Los Angeles on June 21 by 1 nicer sity President Clark Kerr and Provost J. B. del. M. Saundei.; President Kerr and Provost Saunders said: "In Dr. Keinhardl we have a medical scholar and teacher of great (list met ion, w idels re speclcd both in the United Slates and abroad. Educated in the I 'diversity of California and a member ol its faculty since 1939, he brings to his new position the added rich experience of visiting professorships in England, Indonesia, and Japan. We are confident that his leadership will contribute much to the future of medicine in California." The Regents authorized ...