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Camryn Pak
Camryn Pak '23 is a desk editor for news. She is majoring in American Studies with a focus on Inequality, Media and the Law. In the past, Camryn has interned for the California State Assembly, various law firms and a congressional campaign. Contact her at cpak23 'at'

GSB course on longevity teaches students about workforce re-entry

During Monday’s course session for STRAMGT 524: “Longevity: Business Implications and Opportunities,” a new course offered at the Graduate School of Business, iRelaunch founder and chair Carol Fishman Cohen spoke to students about workforce re-entry after taking career breaks, especially for the age 50 and over demographic.

Bay Area residents describe self-isolation

Individuals may be advised by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to self-isolate for 14 days after returning from China due to coronavirus’ two-week incubation period. In this article, The Daily interviews three individuals who have self-isolated.

GSC discusses coronavirus, mental health resources

In Wednesday night’s Graduate Student Council (GSC) meeting, councilors discussed Thursday’s Lunar New Year Celebration and student concerns about the ongoing coronavirus outbreak that originated in Wuhan, China but has affected around 6,000 people globally.

GSC revisits sexual assault prevention training, student mental health initiatives

At Wednesday’s Graduate Student Council (GSC) meeting, councilors voted to endorse the ASSU sexual violence prevention report that was introduced in the previous week’s meeting in an effort to decrease instances of sexual harassment, assault and violence on campus. Councilors supported initiatives to improve the mental health of Stanford students and faculty. They also heard…

GSC reflects on mental health, Chanel Miller plaque

In their weekly meeting, the Graduate Student Council (GSC) focused on improving the mental health of students and faculty. Furthermore, they discussed upcoming events and their opinions on Chanel Miller’s contemplative garden. As part of an initiative to improve the mental health of graduate students on campus, fourth-year theater and performance studies student Kari Barclay…
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