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ASSU Constitutional Council unanimously votes to hear SOCC case

In a unanimous vote, the ASSU Constitutional Council, a five-person judicial body in charge of interpreting the ASSU Constitution, ruled in favor of hearing The Stanford Review’s case against the Students of Color Coalition (SOCC). The case arose after the Review requested documents related to alleged misconduct at a SOCC interview, in which Molly Horowitz ’16 claims that she was asked an inappropriate question that targeted her Jewish faith.

J. Christian Jensen, Oscar nominee, discusses his film and the creative process

J. Christian Jensen recently gained national attention for his Oscar nominated documentary short film, White Earth, a film that he created as his Stanford thesis film. The film follows three children and an immigrant mother as they deal with the recent oil boom in America’s Northern Plains. The Stanford Daily sat down with to discuss film, the Oscars, and his creative process.