Through collaboration between the Stanford Storytelling Project and the Stanford Speaker’s Bureau, Daniel Handler gave a talk at Cemex auditorium Wednesday night.
Stanford Speakers Bureau
New York Times columnist and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Nicholas Kristof identified gender discrimination as the century’s paramount moral challenge when he spoke Saturday evening in Cubberley Auditorium. Kristof compared gender inequality to slavery in the 19th century and to totalitarianism in the 20th.
In response to the success of past collaborations, the Stanford Speakers Bureau intends to co-sponsor more speakers this year.
Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Michael Moore spoke Friday night about students as a force for public good, touching on the Occupy Wall Street movement, college debt, American foreign policy and his endeavors prior to his filmmaking career