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It’s a little hard being at Stanford when the world is falling apart.
This summer, we watched as thousands upon thousands of Indigenous people and communities gathered to oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline. We mourned the seemingly endless deaths of Black and brown people executed by police across the nation, grieved for the queer Latinx people killed in the Orlando, Florida shooting, raged at trans whistleblower Chelsea Manning’s solitary confinement sentence after her suicide attempt.
I watch my friends’ mouths move as they talk about their summer internships, jobs and salaries. College juniors deny four-digit summer salaries for five-digit ones. Frantic engineers ensure that they are taking the right computer science class to jumpstart their careers. We switch majors; we switch back; we stress; we don’t change anything.
August 12, 2016
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July 22, 2016
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June 12, 2016
In his commencement address to the graduating class of 2016, documentary filmmaker Ken Burns dropped his self-described habit of neutrality in order to attack presumptive Republican presidential... Read More »
February 26, 2016
Cantor Arts Center and the Anderson Collection hosted Night at the Museum on Feb. 25, inviting students to enjoy a night of art and live music. Read More »
Sam Girvin and Rahim Ullah
January 3, 2016
Rahim Ullah and Sam Girvin
December 5, 2015
Stanford defeated USC 41-22 in the Pac-12 Championship. Read More »
November 28, 2015
Stanford defeated Notre Dame 38-36 with a last-minute drive ending in a 45-yard field goal by Conrad Ukropina. Read More »
Tara Balakrishnan and McKenzie Lynch
November 22, 2015