Sigma Nu attracted over 100 people at its Arts and Poetry Slam (SNAPS) on Wednesday evening, where nine arts acts ranging from spoken word poets to a six-part brass cover band performed in the warmly lit corner of the fraternity’s living room. The event was organized by Sigma Nu brothers Eli Briody-Pavlik ’18 and Daily…
Across Stanford’s campus, different student affinity groups have access to physical spaces that support the interests of those individual communities. Soon, students with disabilities may have a similar space of their own.
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David Kennedy, the Donald J. McLachlan Professor of History Emeritus at Stanford, gave a lecture last week on the history of the American presidency.