Stanford plans to construct a green open space in place of Meyer Library.
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Dylan Fugel dives into the to divergent paths of the past two Stanford quarterback transfers, Brett Nottingham and David Olson
With the Oregon State game rapidly approaching, the Daily's Winston Shi talked about the matchup with the OSU Daily Barometer sports editor TeJo Pack
Is Stanford the new 'Linebacker U'? Vihan Lakshman describes the current linebacking corps, which boasts A.J. Tarpley as its leader
But, this sort of attention and approach toward advancement creates a sort of social sterility that begins to translate into a parallel hyper-cleanliness of our physical world. The social sterility comes out of a dependence on, and even usage of, technology and ability to manicure our appearances on social media outlets.
We need more workshops on rejection, more conversations about vocalizing our differences and more understanding of what a “no” really means. When we acknowledge that a “no” is okay and provide resources for understanding how to react when we are told “not with you,” we start moving towards healthier interactions.
Check out our Chief Visual Arts Critic's guide to taking the best advantage of the newly opened Anderson Collection.
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