Shelley Gao reviews the most important issues in the University today.
At its best, residential education enhances “students’ preparation for a life of leadership, intellectual engagement, citizenship and service,” and at its worst, it stifles independent thinking, induces conformity and indoctrinates.
On striking the balance between providing some kind of guidance while offering students the freedom to explore resources at their disposal
Given all the resources available to Stanford women, what exactly should we aspire to be?
Shelley Gao urges students to take personal responsibility for their academic and career aspirations.
Shelley discusses the difference between professionally-minded students and those considering futures in academia.
This week, Shelley Gao weighs the benefits and drawbacks of investing in interdisciplinary programs.
Shelley Gao takes a look at the new issues facing the freshly-elected leaders in the ASSU.