Friday, May 24

Conference looks at minority health

Over 500 medically-minded students woke up bright and early on Saturday, filling Bradley International Hall beyond its capacity for the university’s first-ever Minority Health Conference. The conference, “Bridging Cultures and Enhancing Minority Health Care,” was hosted by the UCLA and USC chapters of the Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association, the Student National Medical Association, and the Latino Medical Student Association. Read more...


OK … so you’re in college. And with that comes certain inalienable rights, such as romping about and cavorting with attractive members of the opposite sex. Read more...


Briefs

Interactive art demonstration to be shown Wednesday The “[email protected]: nanodreams and nightmares” demonstration will be presented to the public this Wednesday, Jan. 29 on the exterior wall of Young Hall in the UCLA Court of Sciences. Read more...


Experts discuss impact of genetic research

The social impacts of the genetic revolution are closer than we think, according to the UCLA Center for Society, the Individual and Genetics. A handful of genetics experts from around the world gathered in front of over 350 people at UCLA’s Covel Commons last Sunday to raise and explore these very questions about the future of humans and genetics. Read more...



Briefs

Minority Health Conference to be held at UCLA The 2003 Minority Health Conference will be held at Bradley International Hall on Jan. 25, 2003. This event is jointly organized by the Asian American, Latino and African American medical student organizations at UCLA and USC. Read more...




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