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Murder and the Social Unit [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
Murder and the Social Unit By YANIN BALBAKV Recently a Stanford Student murdered a girl because he had an impulse 1 to destroy a member of that society which created and nourished him. His act is beyond any labored explanation which we can contrive so we conclude that he is. sick and imply that he is not responsible. It is obvious that the incident brings to light interesting questions touching on fundamental questions like social order, guilt, punishment and free will. However, there is one aspect of the situation or which I would like to elucidate, which I hope will excite some thought. In the past people killed for reasons which were compatible with their social setting, for example, many individuals lost their lives for as little as a loaf of bread. But here in one complicated and comfortable society we are facing more interesting motives. The Stanford young man killed in revenge for the one thing, realizing at the same time that he was killing himself. We can follow the old pat...
Junior Dental Alliance Dance [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
Junior Dental Alliance Dance On March Ist, the students of the University of California School of Dentistry and of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of San Francisco enjoyed themselves at a dance sponsored by the Junior Dental Alliance at the Corte Madera Lions Club. Besides dancing to music provided by Jack Hocklc and his fine group from the University of California, a floor show was presented using student entertainment. The Irish-Hawaiian theme, was exemplified by a chorus line, made up of members of the Alliance, dancing to "McNamara's Band" and "Lolo O'Brian." A note of humor was introduced in the last number when the husbands of the participants appeared and attempted to do the same dance as their wives. Jerry Peil of the College of Physicians and Surgeons was Master of Ceremonies. Bob Engman did his outstanding monologue and Clyde Nisheyama performed two Hawaiian numbers. Both are from the University of California. The Junior Dental Alliance is a group of wives of the st...
Pharmacy Professor Returns [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
Pharmacy Professor Returns Dr. Warren D. Kumler, professor of pharmacy and pharmaceutical chemistry, returned to the campus last week after spending four weeks as a Kemper K. Knapp Visiting Professor at the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy, Madison. Dr. Kumler and another distinguished University professor of chemistry, Dr. Chester T. O'Konski of the Berkeley campus, are two of the four such visiting (acuity members appointed for the spring semester in connection with the Wisconsin institution's 75th anniversary celebration. Prolessor O'Konski will go to Madison late in April, remaining until the end of the spring semester. Dr. Kumler's twelve lectures concerned his special Held of research interest —&gt; the molecular structure of drugs. The Knapp Professorships were established in 1945 under a bequest from the late Kemper K. Knapp, Chicago attorney and University of Wisconsin alumnus.
Ecology Lectures [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
Ecology Lectures By "JACQUI" On Wednesday afternoon, March 5, in the cafeteria of Moffitt Hospital, Professor Winfield Scott Wellington, prominent Architect and Professor of Design at the University of California at Berkeley, spoke on the ASPECTS OF DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN COMMON TO THE TRADITIONAL FAR EAST AND THE CONTEMPORARY WEST. Dr. Wellington received his training at the University of California, and has had a tremendous influence on Architecture in San Francisco. Our dc Young Museum contains numerous rooms designed by him. The lecture Wednesday was given from a paper which Dr. Wellington had prepared for a panel three years ago. It covered various aspects of architecture and design of Oriental culture which has influenced our contemporary design today. He discussed some of the reasons for this trend, and how Japanese design, which stresses mobility and flexibility of planning, has lent itself to American needs for expansion, and reflects the changing social patterns in ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 14 March 1958
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CHARTER DAY CEREMONY 90th Birthday [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
CHARTER DAY CEREMONY 90th Birthday The University of California's 90th birthday celebration, Charter Day, was held Wednesday, the 19th of March, in the new.gymnasium of the Guy.S. Millberry Union. There were so many different events which made the ceremonies' meaningful to all of us here at the Medical Center, students, faculty, MUrtihl, and frifnVJatthat it wasMexceedtngijr full-h0ur...;..,. First/was theJtfcse and beauty of the new gymnasium which was filled with a standing-room-only crowd of over 600. If its appearance has whetted your appetite for the rest of the facilities at the Union, there will still bo a wait until at least the middle of May. Dean Fleming, who was presiding over the ceremony, spoke about the ninetieth Charter Day and on the retirement of President Sproul. He also mentioned how fitting it was that Dr. Steninger. should be the first one to raise his voice in song in the Union, for he was the one who did the most to mak eit possiblee. Dr; Steninger received a ...
Food Survey Due Today [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
Food Survey Due Today Mr. Kurt Stein, the Millberry Union Food Service Manager has designed and distributed a food service questionnaire to all class officers. It is claimed that the way to a man's heart is via his stomach and also that the basis of discontentment often lies with poorly prepared food, poor timing or a lack of selection of same. True it is impossible to please everyone all the time, but it is not hard t&lt;* keep the majority happy IF they express their desires. As basic as this issue may seem, IT IS IMPORTANT -r-Mr. Stein is most anxious to give the student body the k|nd and variety of foods they want—when they want it. He hopes to keep trial and error down to a minimum. The questionnaire is simple, it will require only a few moments to fill Out It was distributed to your class officers on March 19— IT IS DUE TODAY— Please take a moment, fl(ll it out and get it back to your class president. The results will be made available shortly.
FACULTY RESEARCH LECTURE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
FACULTY RESEARCH LECTURE Diabetes, a major medical problem, has also provided a valuable approach to some fundamental questions hv physiology, a University of California School of Medicine faculty-member said today. — -. — -.-. •_•_ ■- Dr. I. L, Chaikoff, professor of physiology and • pioneer In the use of radioactive tracer techniques In biological studies, gave the first annual Faculty Research Lecture at the U.C. Medical Center, San Francisco. Nominated by his colleagues to speak on a research subject of his choice, he discussed the mechanisms' by which the body controls Its production of fats and fat-like sub stances—especialty the group of compounds known as fatty acids. Part of the sugar and other carbohydrates in the diet are converted to fatty acids. Greatlyreduced ability to carry on this conversion process is one of the characteristic failures in diabetes. Beginning about ten years ago Dr. Chaikoff and his colleagues (chiefly S. S. Chernick and E. J. Masoro) took advantage...
NURSES TO HOLD A.S.U.C.M.C. ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
NURSES TO HOLD A.S.U.C.M.C. ELECTIONS The Nursing Student Body on March 26th to 27th, as announced by President Mary Dilley, will be holding elections for the 1958-1959 A.S.U.C.M.C. president. This office, as the A.S.U.C.M.C. constitution states, will rotate within the various schools, yearly, as follows: School of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy and Nursing. Last year it was with enthusiastic leadership that this position was held by the School of Pharmacy, hence the School of Nursing will preside this coming year. It is with great thought and en- thusiasm that the school of unrsing approaches these elections. It is their hope that all of the schools will look with sincere interest toward the coming school year. The Medical Center as an active Student Body will be progressing by leaps and bounds in 1958. To prepare for this revolutionary advancement the A.S.U.C.M.C. council is at present revising the constitution into a workable resource. The council has been actively participating i...
Board of Governors Union Fee Collection Vote [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
Board of Governors Union Fee Collection Vote Next semester and all semesters. thereafter the students, as well as other groups who will use the Millberry Union, will be subject to the payment of a fee to help defray the, operational costs of this new enterprise. The details of why this fee is necessary has been explained in prior issues of The Synapse. The Board of Govern6rs, which includes a representative from each segment of campus life, has yet to decide the exact amount of this fee. However, reliable sources indicate that the student fee will be in the neighborhood of an annual $10.00. Mr. Alexander stated that each student should reap a 700 percent return on his money In free and almost free activities which will be available to him at the Union. The alumni, the faculty and the students each have a responsibility to the Union: each group will be responsible for the amount assessed that group by the Board of Governors. The actual collection procedure will be unique to each grou...
The SYNAPSE [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
The SYNAPSE U. C. MEDICAL CENTER Son Francisco 22, California , MOnlrais l-«l« Donald R. Swalman, Editor Morrie Corbatt, Alloc. Ed. D«nii»try Jun« Roundy, Assoc. Ed. Nursing Joanna LilUy, A»«oc. Ed. Pharmacy Gossip Columnists, Jack Hockel, Robert Neumayr; Poster* ud Cartoons, Medical Illustration Marshall Turner; Sports Editor. Mils Fukumura; Photographer, Jack Hockel; ll&lt;-l&gt;©rters. Sue Thomas, Peg Steller, Nancy Jamison, Pearl Scale, Eva Lee Heidel, UarDara Hell, Gall Drummond. Secretary, Jackie Roth. Published biweekly during the academic year by the Aaaociated Students, V. C. Medical Center, (subscription price 52.00 per year by mall.
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
EDITORIAL A GRADUATION FUNCTION ON THIS CAMPUS Earlier this semester it was hoped that a graduation function on this campus would be possible, however, now it seems highly improbable. It was hoped that July Ist, the target date for completion of the Union could be pushed a little so that all the facilities would be open for a ceremony on June 13. July 1 is now a very real date in the eyes of all the people trying to meet this schedule, so for one more year no gratuation ceremony on this campus is being planned. THE NEXT MEDICAL CENTER STUDENT BODY PEES. Every four years, here at the Medical Center, a woman accepts the gavel as president of the entire student body of over 1400 professional students. This is made possible by a student charter regulation which requires that the presidency rotate between each of the four schools. Much of the struggle and debate which has brought the A.S.U.C.M.C. from a weak-kneed baby to a power to be reckoned with has occurred within the past two years...
Intercampus News... [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
Intercampus News... All-University Faculty Conference The 1958 All-University Faculty Conference, thirteenth to be sponsored by President Robert G. Sproul since 1944, and the last before his announced retirement on June 30, 1958, will be held at Santa Barbara College, April 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 1958. Appropriately, the theme of the Conference will be "The University of California: Retrospect and Prospect," and discussion will be devoted to four study •ommittee reports: 1) The Aims of Statewide Educational Policies, 21 The Implication of Statewide Educational Policies, 3) The Faculty of the University, 1957-70, and 4) Educational Policy and Research. Programs containing the printed reports of the study committees will be distributed to all delogates to the conference for reading and analysis about two weeks in advance of the conference date. Four Regents of the University - have accepted invitations to attend as special guests: Cornelius J. Haggerty, Jesse H. Steinhart, Mrs. Catherine C...
Dental Student Body Elections [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 28 March 1958
Dental Student Body Elections Vice president Gerry Geerneart has announced the forthcoming Dental Student Body elections. The offices to be filled will be those of President and Vice President, which are to be elected from next year's senior class; Secretary-Treasurer, and Social Chairman. Petitions will be available in the office of the Dean of Dentistry, and from the class presidents on Monday, April 7th. The deadline for the completion of these petitions will be Friday, April llth. The petitions should be turned in to the Dean's office by 5:00 p.m. on that date. Elections will be held in the morning classes on Monday, April 14th. PLAN TO GET OUT AND SUPPORT THE CANDIDATE OF YOUR CHOICE!