Freshman swimmer Brock Turner will be charged with five felony counts on Wednesday after he allegedly raped an intoxicated, unconscious woman on Jan. 18, the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office confirmed on Tuesday night.
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"I’m anticipating that if everything goes well, he’ll have a chance to go with us on that trip [to Washington] and may be able to play.”
Stanford men and women’s swim and dive returns home with big smiles after taking a clean sweep of the Arizona schools this weekend.
Stanford's national champion Women's Water Polo got off to a stellar start to the season, picking up wins in international and preseason play.
Johnny Dawkins' squad used identical 21-point performances from fifth-year seniors Chasson Randle and Anthony Brown to easily dispatch Arizona State.
However, trying to censor the work of authors and artists is shortsighted and ineffective. The act of censoring in and of itself garners press around the author and her work, and so it is likely that the work will actually end up with a greater circulation than it otherwise would have. Even though Murugan has now pulled his works from bookstore shelves, the international media surrounding his case is quickly making him an international phenomenon.
For as long as these structures exist as they are, civil disobedience will continue to be far more dangerous, difficult, and traumatizing for gender-nonconforming people, people of color, low-income individuals, and other groups marginalized by society. However, it is for this precise reason that we continue to put our voices, bodies, and actions into these situations. It is with the knowledge that structures of oppression make resistance the hardest for those who can dismantle them that we continue to stand.
“The Forbidden Room,” easily wins this year’s prize for weirdest, most inaccessible film I saw at Sundance. This probably explains why about half of the audience chose to walk out of the film early — most in the first hour.
Managing Editor Alexandra Heeney sat down with documentary filmmaker Jennifer Newsom to discuss how her education at Stanford helped get her into filmmaking, her filmmaking process, and what healthy masculinity looks like.
“We need to be thinking about theater in re-imagined ways in order to ‘break’ how we perceive American theater, because American theater is white, conservative, heterosexual [and] male-dominated.”
Will this year’s Opening Night films prove to be breakout hits? Only time will tell.
Quick-witted and exceedingly personable, MFA student Kristine Stolakis ‘15 is the kind of woman that you could wind up talking to for hours. Fortunately for Stolakis, this attribute has been utterly critical in her chosen line of work: documentary filmmaking.