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Alejandro Salinas
Alejandro Salinas '21 is a Senior Staff Writer after serving as the Managing Editor of Sports for two volumes. Hailing from Pasadena, CA, he studies computer science and biology as a junior. In his free time he enjoys running, playing with dogs and watching sports. Contact him at asalinas 'at'

Salinas: Thank you, Stanford

Looking back on it all, the last four years have gone by faster than I could have imagined. While it still feels like the pandemic “robbed” us of a more traditional senior year, I am grateful for the time I did spend on campus and the memories that came along with it.

Men’s gymnastics to square off against Olympic talent

In a one-of-a-kind competition, Stanford men’s gymnastics will host Olympians and premiere world talents in Burnham Pavilion on Saturday for the International Collegiate Open. In their second of three home meets this season, the Cardinal will welcome reigning Olympic Champion Japan, Team Norway, world all-stars and the University of California.

Track and field seeks NCAA bids at conference championship

Stanford will be seeking its first MPSF title since the women won in 2011 and the men in 2010. While the women’s team has finished among the top-three in each of the past three years, including runner up at last year’s championships, the men’s team will be seeking its first top-five finish since 2013.

Stanford golf teams return from competitive tournaments

Both Stanford golf programs competed away from the Farm this weekend. The men’s team placed 15th at the annual Amer Ari Intercollegiate in Kona, Hawaii, on Saturday, while the women’s team remained in-state, finishing seventh against a competitive field at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge on Tuesday.
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