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True Knowing

After a hiatus from this blog during my summer of exploration and study, I’ve now entered the second and final year of my graduate program at UCSD, as well as my second term at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, where I am simultaneously studying Chinese medicine. 432 more words

State identifies UCSD as Ebola treatment center

SAN DIEGO — The University of California’s five medical centers, including those in San Diego, Los Angeles and Irvine, were identified by the state Department of Public Health Friday as priority hospitals for the treatment of Ebola cases, if any arise in the state. 236 more words


CAMPUS STYLE - 10.8.14

The first week of school is when everyone puts a little more thought into their outfits since the real stresses of the quarter has not begun yet.  142 more words


What is femininity/masculinity?

What does it mean to be feminine? What does it mean to be masculine? What kind of physical characteristics (if any) go along with each of these?

GRASSTRONEWS - Inaugural style (10/14-10/21)

Uh oh! New segment! NEWS SEGMENT? What’s it going to be like? Short updates on grassroots, DIY, and independent arts news of the last week you say? 274 more words

All Ages

Addressing Deadly Hepatitis B: UCSD Research Using @RISK and PrecisionTree Informs Public Health Policy

The Hepatitis B virus is 100 times more infectious than HIV, and kills more than 780,000 people each year. It can cause a potentially life-threatening liver infection often leading to cirrhosis and liver cancer.  296 more words

Case Studies

Psycho Killer


A building has 16 rooms, arranged in a 4×4 grid.  There is a door between every pair of adjacent rooms (“adjacent” meaning north, south, west, and east, but no diagonals).  390 more words