During the Oct. 28 meeting of the ASSU Undergraduate Senate, The Bill to Assign Reserve Accounts to Student Groups was extensively debated and ultimately ended with a veto by ASSU Executive Elizabeth Woodson ’15.
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From 2010 to 2013, the winner of the Stanford-Oregon matchup went on to win the conference and play in the Rose Bowl or the national championship game, with the winner arguably laying claim to the title of “Best in the West” each year.
The winner on Saturday will secure the driver’s seat in the Pac-12 North race. And not unlike two years ago, unranked Stanford (5-3, 3-2 Pac-12) sneaks into Autzen Stadium hoping to play spoiler to No. 5 Oregon’s (7-1, 4-1) national title hopes.
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A tight, and at times dare I say dreary match saw both teams unable to score in regular time. However, Cardinal senior Lo’eau LaBonta played hero in the 95th minute, sealing the three points for her team.
This is especially relevant for seniors, many of whom are going through tech, consulting and TFA recruitment this fall. Everyone should have reasons for many any choice, but as we chart our course after Stanford, it is vitally important that we consider what is meaningful to us, as individuals, and pursue the opportunities that will best fulfill that, regardless of any financial returns, prestige or “success” they may – or may not – offer.
If Deepak Chopra were to discover a new form of medical treatment that helped sick people, it should be possible to test that the treatment is actually working. By denying the validity of the scientific method, alternative healers free themselves from any kind of accountability.
“The Long Way Around” addresses the complexities of love, sexuality and identity with the story of Addie.
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