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New Noon Topics [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 February 1958
New Noon Topics The next topic to be covered in the highly successful series of Noon Topics will be ASPECTS OF DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN COMMON TO THE TRADITIONAL FAR EAST AND THE CONTEMPORARY WEST. This is to be given on March 5, by Professor Winfield S. Wellington, Department of Art, Berkeley Campus. Following that on March 12, Joseph Henderson, Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry of Stanford University School of Medicine will present a lecture on PSYCHIATRY AS AN ECOLOGIC FACET IN GERONTOLOGY. Both of these have promises of being highly interesting and enlightening discussions, as have been all of the Noon Topics of the past. The purpose has been to explore the relationship of Man to the various aspects of his environment. *.
Now Showing [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 February 1958
Now Showing By Edwin James "Finian's Rainbow" bursts forth in colorful originality in the current Opera Ring performance. This well-known musical, by | Lane and Harburg, includes "How Are Things in Glocca Morra," "Old Devil Moon" and -"Great Come and Get-It Day." The cast is excellent, even for one of San Francisco's best little i theaters, and the listener feels himself carried right into the scene, thanks to the unique staging in the Ring. Although children, too, will delight in this production, it is really a show with 4 -a social punch. The race problem in the South is the subject of pointed satire. Tickets are $1.75. Opera Ring, 123 South Van Ness Aye. Performances and Saturdays at 8:40. Reservations:, UN 1-1208." '
Noon Concert Series [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 February 1958
Noon Concert Series On Tuesday afternoon, February 25, William Corbett Jones, pianist and member of the Sari&lt; Francisco Conservatory of Music faculty, played a number of selections. The program opened with' Johann Sebastian Bach's Partita. No. 4 in D Major; a collection of dance movements united by a i, common key. Following this was a group of three pieces from the collection called "Fantasy pieces" by Robert Schumann. Schumann's style is exemplified here with contrasts between the serene . and' dreamy and impetuous and rash exuberance. Toccata by Sergei Prokofiev was also played, and the program closed with Chopin's Scherzo No. 4 in E Major. For more of the same kind of intellectual stimulation, s Noon Concerts will be presented on March 4, with Oleg Kovalenko, violinist, and Marvin Tartak, pianist, playing Music by Brahms and Mozart; and on March 11, Sylvia Jenkins, pianist will play i music by Beethoven and Liszt. These concerts are being held from 12:10 to 1 p.m. in ...
Ushering Reminder [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 February 1958
Ushering Reminder The office of the Dean of Students wishes to remind you that ushering tickets are still avail-' able in limited numbers for the spring series of concerts and ballets at the San Francisco Opera House. The program includes such notables as Jose Greco and Company on March 8 and a Cosmopolitan Opera series beginning with La Bpheme on March 4 and ending with La Traviata on March 25. On alternating evenings within this same period there will be a series Of symphonies. Those , wishing to usher at any of these performances should register at Room 238 UC Hospital—the new office of the Dean of Students.
Special Discussion Groups [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 February 1958
Special Discussion Groups The University Extension has arranged to hold various Discussion Groups on the San Francisco campus. Each group will meet once a week for a two-hour session, and this program is planned for 10 weeks. The first 50 students who have Paid incidental fee will be permitted to register under the reduced fee arrangement of ■ and the School of Dentistry is underwriting the balance of the fee. After that, the fee will be $12.00 per person Including readings; married couples $18.00. Registration is In Postgraduate Office Monday through Friday from 8 to 5. For further information, cull Ext. 634.
Union Program Survey Results Show... [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
Union Program Survey Results Show ... By ROGER KISNER In a program survey that Mr. Bob Alexander had taken last December, the results were tabulated on an IBM caculator in Berkeley to correlate the information with the person who answered the questionnaire. This survey was taken to get an indication of the interest in the various programs that it is possible to put on in the new Union, and get the program off to a flying start when it goes into full scale operation next semester. There were close to a thousand questionnaires distributed and 55% were returned. Three-quar-ters of those returned were filled out by single students, and threefifths of the students were men. These figures would indicate that this is not a really representative sample of the student body, but may be a good sample of those who will be most interested in and use the facilities of the Union the most. Jazz concerts, live and recorded, came out in first place, and classical concerts, which were not included in ...
School of Nursing Welcomes New Dean [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
School of Nursing Welcomes New Dean The University of California School of Nursing welcomed Dr. Helen Nahm as the new dean of the School of Nursing at a tea given in her honor on February 11th. Dr. Nahm assumed her official capacity at the beginning Of the spring semester. Miss Nahm is a former director of several basic nursing programs and has had wide experience as an administrator anil nursing educator. A graduate of the University of Missouri School of Nursing, Dr. Nahm received her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Minnesota. Under Dr. Nahm's direction, the faculty is studying basic (a regular training period for student nurses) and graduate nurse programs for possible changes which can be made so this school can continue to be one of the leading schools of nursing in the nation. The primary objective of nurs ing education now is to develop and focus on "patient-centered" nursing care. This involves developing a nurse who is deeply interested in the patient as a per...
Rummage Sale [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
Rummage Sale The nursing student body is planning a rummage sale on May 9th, to be held at Patrick's Rummage Center, 999 McAllister Street, S.F. At present they are collecting any and every thing for this sale. They will be placing collection boxes at strategic places and leaving notices as to where one can bring donated articles or where these articles can be picked up. Notices will be placed on the sth floor Medical Science Bldg., Moffltt Laundry, Student Health, the entrance to the Library, Dean of Students Office, Nursing School Faculty Board, Cafeteria Bulletin Board, O.R. &amp; D.R. Dressing Rooms, an*i the fflO Dorm. It would be appreciated ff afl those who have contributions would bring them to the 610 Dorm or leave their names and telephone numbers on those sheets provided if unable k&gt; bring articles to the collection spots. Anything you have is of value to the student nurses for their sale. For example, old clothes, lamps, jewelry, pots or pans are salea...
Your Millberry Union Representatives [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
Your Millberry Union Representatives Board of Governors, left to right: Dr. Kiler, Mr. Ward, Mr. Corbett, Mr. Bateman, Mr. Alexsander, Mr. Gates, Mr. Melmon, Dr. Goldman, Dr. Steninger, Dr. Sciutto, Dr. Sooy, Dr. We in stein, Mr. Chelli, Miss Daulton, Dr. Morse, Miss Rehfuss, Miss Brugge and Mr. Rich.ardson. Not shown, Don President ASUCMC, Dean Johnstone, and Pharmacy — James McConville. .v
Student Loan Funds Go Begging [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
Student Loan Funds Go Begging University loan funds studentaid funds which arc administered by the Dean of Students' Office at each campus- were utilized on a University-wide basis to only 38.8% of capacity as of June 30. 1957. With $848,353 load fund principal available, $327,718 was on loan at the end of the year, most of it interest free (interest. usually three percent, is charged only on the balance of a loan outstanding when a student leaves school.) A portion of these loan funds (that part which is not restricted. by terms of the donation, to use on a specified campus only) is available for transfer to campuses which have "a definite need for additional loan fund resources. Loan fund activity varies considerably during the year. For instance, the first quarter, from July through September, is characteristically the low point of the year. Requests for loans begin to pick up sharply after fall semester registration and into the second quarter. They reach a peak during the third...