Archive for December 12th, 2007

  • AskQ

    AskQ

    Dear Q, I’ve recently developed feelings for my ex’s best friend. Though we broke up months ago, I remained good friends with Dave. He’s interested in me as well, but we’re both reluctant to make a move, out of respect for his friendship with my […]

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  • A Revitalized Resource

    A Revitalized Resource

    TRANS: THRIVE opens under A&PI Wellness Center SAN FRANCISCO — Take a step into TRANS: THRIVE’s drop-in center on the second floor of 815 Hyde Street, and it feels immediately like a home away from home, with couches, books, a shower and friendly people around […]

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  • Study: Lower Grades For APA Medical Students

    Study: Lower Grades For APA Medical Students

    Cultural differences in communication may affect grades ST. LOUIS — Asian American students are underperforming compared to their white counterparts in medical school for reasons that seem to suggest a lack of cultural understanding in one of the highest echelons of academia, according to a […]

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  • Lost the Crown But Gained Her Dream

    Lost the Crown But Gained Her Dream

    Janine Lee is your typical girl in the San Francisco Bay Area: a 23-year-old recent college grad, budding socialite in the nightlife scene, and sometime actress, martial artist and community activist. She also happens to be CEO of Capture the Dream, a nonprofit aimed to […]

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  • Vietnam and the U.S.: 100 Years of Missed Opportunities

    Vietnam and the U.S.: 100 Years of Missed Opportunities

    On Nov. 29, 1907, Jacob Elon Conner arrived in Saigon as the first American consul to Vietnam. To mark the centennial, Kenneth Fairfax, the current consul general in Ho Chi Minh City, compared the 100-year relationship between the countries to the effects of a snowball: […]

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