"Within seconds the Stanford Yang Gang chat was buzzing with excitement," Michael Fischer '20, who led the Stanford Yang Gang, told The Daily.
Following the end of Sen. Cory Booker’s (D-N.J.), entrepreneur Andrew Yang’s and most recently, Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-M.A.) Democratic primary campaigns, the Stanford student political organizations in support of those candidates highlighted the friendships the clubs brought them and their commitment to future political change.
Comedian and actor Ronny Chieng performed stand-up on Stanford’s Family Weekend, touching on topics such as coronavirus, birth control and white supremacy. Chieng kicked off the Saturday performance by addressing the coronavirus outbreak. He jokingly blamed the illness for ruining the positive “streak” Asians have on the global stage with acclaim for the film “Parasite”…
Cardinal Crush allowed students to submit the names of their crushes and notified them if their crushes listed them in return.
“Today, Explained” host Sean Rameswaram visited campus on Tuesday to discuss how he delivers news to his listeners with a side of hope.
In Tuesday's meeting, senators ultimately decided that more research and input from the student body was necessary before the resolution could be passed.
Shapiro described three benefits of mindfulness practices: stronger compassion, ethical decision-making and reduced cultural bias.