Author Archives: Op Ed

Why Stanford needs SASA

Stanford African Students Association (SASA) was one of only two student organizations not granted special fees by Stanford’s student body in the ASSU Elections last week. As leaders of SASA, we... Read More »

unSAFE Reform

As student leaders, we cannot, in good conscience, advocate for a bill that leaves room for error. On several occasions, SOCC leadership reached out directly to the bill co-authors to express our... Read More »

Why History?

History also teaches students to appreciate and navigate complexity and change. Studying the past helps students develop judgment, for it puts before them a panoply of human folly and achievement... Read More »