At Stanford, approximately 13 percent of undergraduate students are part of Greek life. This includes fraternities and sororities associated with the Inter-Fraternity Council and Inter-Sorority Council, as well as those associated with the African-American Fraternal and Sororal Association, and the Multicultural Greek Council.
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When the No. 1 Cardinal take the pool for this weekend’s MPSF Tournament, they will be seeking their first conference title since 2006.
Despite playing in far and away the most competitive conference tournaments in the nation this weekend, both squads are poised to deliver performances worthy of victory.
Indeed, many of the things for which we used to need to interact with other people can now be done with a few taps on a glass surface. There’s no need to stand out on the sidewalk to hail a taxi or superficially greet the cashier at the grocery store anymore. Technology has not only brought us convenience, it has also given us scale. Anyone anywhere can have access to information about anything they like.
I’ve attempted to make sense of it above, but I could have also told a story about my mom, or my eighth grade English teacher or Leland Stanford himself. Organizing the past brings clarity to the joys and fears of our former selves and reminds us how we got here in the first place. With so much to do in the future it can feel tiresome to look back, but it’s never insignificant. There are infinite roads behind us.
Director Matt Wolf has made waves recently with “Teenage,” a documentary about the birth and development of youth culture from the late 19th century to the mid-20th century.