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‘Intersections’ explores relationships between race, gender, and sexuality

A Monday lunch discussion on “Immigration as a Queer Issue” marked the beginning of “Intersections,” a series of events this week sponsored by Stanford Students for Queer Liberation. “Intersections,” currently in its first year, is being billed as “a week of exploring and celebrating the intersections of race, gender and queer sexuality.”

Proposed campaign cap would test ASSU constitution

The ASSU Undergraduate Senate will continue debate Tuesday on a much-anticipated campaign finance bill authored by Executives Angelina Cardona ’11 and Kelsei Wharton ’12. The bill, with the potential to reform the entire executive campaign process, would set executive-campaign spending caps and decrease the amount of funds offered through public financing if it can overcome concerns about enforcement and constitutionality.