Students can now change the world with a computer and a healthy supply of junk food. We live in a time of exponential technological growth where people in our generation are the knowledge leaders. So, you may ask, “What has this got to do with student government?” The answer is everything — and here’s why.
“The 21st century is all about surprises, and the spread of technology is the wild card,” said Jared Cohen ’04 during a talk sponsored by Stanford in Government on Wednesday night about how technology is shaping international relations.
Google will test run its highly coveted fiber-optic, high-speed broadband network on faculty homes at Stanford.