Last weekend, Girls Teach Girls To Code (GTGTC), a program sponsored by the Computer Science Department, hosted over 200 high school girls on campus for a “Code Camp” that aimed to introduce them to the various real-life applications of computer science.
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With a tough five-set victory over No. 6 UC-Irvine on Saturday, the No. 3 Stanford men's volleyball team extended its winning streak to 12 matches and advanced to the semifinals of the conference tournament.
No. 13 Stanford men's rowing participated in its first home regatta of the season, taking down USD, UCSD and No. 12 Wisconsin ahead of the Big Row on May 3.
The story of Cliven Bundy, a Nevada farmer currently in a standoff with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, reads like some kind of anachronistic, anarchist Wild West showdown to a city slicker like me. Bundy has been ranching cattle for decades on the land surrounding his family’s homestead, 80 miles from Las Vegas. The thing is, he hasn’t been doing it on his own land.
I long for the end of the occupation of the West Bank and Gaza and for much-needed peace in the region. Unfortunately, I have found it extremely challenging to debate this topic on campus. In the left-wing circles I am a part of, I have seen justified protests against the occupation turn into an unlimited attack on Israel and Judaism. Meanwhile, for a significant part of the Jewish community, being pro-Israel means supporting whichever policies the Israeli government happens to support, to the point that it is taboo to bring up the occupation at all.
Noemi Berkowitz '16, director of this year’s annual production of “The Vagina Monologues,” says she has grown accustomed to the word “vagina.”