Stanford responds to the drought with further water reduction measures
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The Stanford Daily's Winston Shi discusses the next installment in the Stanford-Notre Dame rivalry with The Observer's Isaac Lorton.
Stanford women's soccer defender Kendall Romine reflects on her four-plus years on the Farm and explains why she came back for a fifth.
Vihan Lakshman looks back at the Cardinal's last three games (2-1) against the Fighting Irish, including a hotly-contested 2012 matchup.
The social and cultural consequences of housed Greek life far outweigh the benefits of insular camaraderie amongst members. Etchemendy’s policy changes may attempt to reform the ideology and social environment of the Greek system, but that’s not enough. Only by breaking down the underlying structure – the housed status of fraternities and sororities – can we enact meaningful change and foster inclusivity in the larger Greek community.
Male privilege describes the political, economic, and social advantages men are afforded in American society for being men. While male privilege is obviously subject to the intersectionality of race, the privilege that comes with being a cisgendered male and presenting masculine traits is still present irrespective of race—especially on campus in party settings.
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