On March 20, President Obama’s Advisory Council on Wildlife Trafficking met in Washington, D.C. to put forth recommendations for the implementation of its “National Strategy to Combat Wildlife Trafficking,” in a session that drew heavily on the work of a group of Stanford Law School students.
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What position grouping’s continued development will be the most critical in order for the Cardinal to be successful this season?
Senior first baseman Danny Diekroeger had a walk-off single into right-center field, scoring Hoffpauir and delivering a 7-6 victory for Stanford (13-16, 4-8 Pac-12) over non-conference opponent Saint Mary’s (13-22, 1-5 WCC).
In its last home match of the season, the Card beat the Gaels 4-0.
SAFE Reform did not earn the two-thirds share of the vote needed for a constitutional amendment. However, despite a huge effort by the Students of Color Coalition, more students voted in favor of SAFE Reform than voted against. As a student of color myself, I was sad to see the campus unnecessarily divided along racial and ethnic lines. SAFE Reform is undoubtedly something that should be discussed on campus. But there are more important issues facing our state and nation that students of color should be channeling their energy into solving.
The greatest obstacles our nation faces today are its uninformed electorate and its tendency to allow others to do our research and thinking for us. After witnessing the ASSU Elections last week, I realized campus politics were the perfect case study for these same problems. If we truly want to see change in our country, we need to care enough to do our own research, verify the facts with multiple sources and vote intelligently.
Set in the not-too-distant city of Palo Alto, Calif., the HBO comedy “Silicon Valley,” which premiered April 6, follows the lives of Richard Hendrix (Thomas Middleditch) and his cynical band of programmers as they traverse the tech-infested waters of Silicon Valley.
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