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Marc Joshua scores first career goal in win over UCLA

No. 5 Stanford (12-1-2, 5-1-1 Pac-12) lengthened its win-streak to five with a 1-0 win against UCLA (5-9-3, 1-6-2 Pac-12) on Sunday. The game ended with a clean sheet for the Cardinal, and Stanford’s only point came from redshirt junior midfielder Marc Joshua in the 65th minute. It was Joshua’s first career goal.

Andrew Thomas’ next pset: Stanford goalie discusses life on and off the field

Earlier this year, redshirt sophomore goalkeeper Andrew Thomas was the only collegiate player to be invited to the U-23 Men’s National Team camp. The team highlights the best soccer players from across the nation and is often an indicator of America’s future Olympic and World Cup prospects. His spot on the team followed a decorated season as a redshirt freshman with the men’s soccer team, which is currently ranked fifth in the nation.

Cardinal victorious in 86th annual Big Row

No. 2 Stanford women’s defeated No. 3 California this weekend in the annual Big Row. The Cardinal won four of six races; the Third Varsity Eight team won with a time of 6:42.70, the Second Varsity Eight team with a time of 6:30.90, the Second Varsity Four team won with a time of 7:32.50 and the First Varsity Four team won with a time of 7:06.60.

Nevin Caple speaks about LGBTQ inclusion in collegiate athletics

The final event of the Gender and Sports Speaker Series was held Wednesday and featured Nevin Caple, a strategic diversity consultant on LGBTQ inclusion in sport. Caple sits on the Women’s Sports Foundation’s Advocacy Committee and is a founding member of the Nike LGBT Sports Coalition. Students, athletes and not, and community members gathered in Kissick Auditorium to engage in conversation on how to best promote an inclusive community.

Why are we here?

I started this piece by aiming to write about “why we are here,” as in the largely categorical philosophizing of the purpose of college. I started this piece in January. I chatted with one of my peers, Ashwin Ramaswami ‘21, who explained to me what it was he valued from learning alongside peers in a…

Fiction: Under (the) covers (Part 2)

This is the second installment of a running fictional series. Just something to nibble on when you’re alone. When you just want to stay inside, under the covers. When you could use a friend. What we (cannot) see 1 “Are you even listening to me?” I asked. We’d been doing things that she had liked.…

Fiction: Under (the) covers

This is the first of a running fictional series. Just something to nibble on when you’re alone. When you just want to stay inside, under the covers. When you could use a friend. What I forgot (to remember) 1 She’s wearing a purple scarf with orange polka dots. It was one of those vintage-esque type…

Personally

Lately, I’ve been reading many of my peers’ writing and the comments that follow. Consequently, I’ve come to realize something about myself: My writing is very personal yet simultaneously impersonal. I write about my thoughts and values, but I rarely mention the names, events or policies that may have prompted them.   My style of…

My embarrassing love story (Here we go, FMOTQ)

If you think this story is going to be about you, don’t worry! You’re probably not the only one. I tend to give a lot of people the impression that I’m in love with them. Perhaps I am. I take the “innocent until proven guilty” approach: I choose to love and trust someone before I…

I’m scared, I believe

I’m scared. They say “new year, new me.” Being scared is certainly a “new me” from how I left 2018. Towards the end of last year, I was definitely not scared. If anything, I was scary. (Gasp!) It was almost scary to see how much I’d changed since the beginning of the year — to…

Since we’re here to learn (ft. Stanford Marriage Pact)

  Courtesy of Sarah Panzer I want to start this piece by transparently communicating my intent of writing it. I am raising questions because I care about you. I speak in terms of “we” throughout this piece because a) I care about us, and b) I, too, am grappling with many of these questions myself.…

Questions from you, answered by us

A few weeks ago, we tabled in White Plaza and welcomed any questions you may have for us. Here are your questions, some answers and more questions to what you asked.  1. How do I manage my time? I try my best to manage, but it’s a learning process (like most things in life). I…

Are you serious about Big Game?

Me too. I take the Big Game seriously. I know Stanford gets a lot of commentary (or perhaps not – perhaps it’s just us that likes to think that we get that much attention) about how we’re so extra when it comes to the Big Game, but I think that’s just an example of how we take school spirit seriously. I appreciate the students who camp out in White Plaza days leading up to the game. I appreciate the fountains turning red. I appreciate our Band – I appreciate them more if they don’t walk on the field before the game is over (but they only did this once (I think?), so let us forgive them).
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