On the fence of the Stanford football practice field hangs a banner that reads, “You are either getting better or you are getting worse; you never stay the same.” The Stanford Daily will live by that mantra this volume, even if most of our staffers can’t throw a football that remotely resembles a spiral.
More than anything, working here has shown me the richness and diversity of Stanford life. I feel incredibly lucky to have had this opportunity. The Daily has defined my college career so far and I am blessed for everything it has given me.
Per the Charter, the co-chairs of the BJA “forward[ed] the text of the changes to the chair of the Undergraduate Senate of the Associated Students of Stanford University.
Students promoting the Fossil Free campaign appear to have not properly researched the reasons for, or implications of, their campaign.
The University sent me a message that carried with it the threat of libel, a message that I felt at least in some way had to be sent with an air of intimidation.
The Daily article contains allegations that must be addressed.
For the 2013-14 ASSU Executive, The Stanford Daily Editorial Committee unanimously endorses Dan Ashton ’14 and Billy Gallagher ’14, the slate that we feel will be best able to represent the student body and effectively utilize the ASSU to further student interests in the upcoming year.
I think changes do need to be made, but there is no reason to punish the chefs or for Stanford to hire an outside company to start from scratch!
This is the third in a series of three articles written by Aly Cash ’16, Jaih Hunter-Hill ’15 and Amrita Rao ’15 reflecting on their… Continue Reading »
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Every Stanford student is given a computer account which allows them to store and manipulate files using Stanford’s computers. After inspecting this system, known as… Continue Reading »