Classical literature has numerous inherent values and should still be extensively read by today’s readers. Still, despite my love for Dante, I would argue that it also essential to read classical literature with a critical eye, especially as our concepts of human rights and equality have greatly transformed since these works were written. In February,…
Sophie Stuber shares some advice and anecdotes from friends about things they wish they knew when they were starting out at Stanford.
Sophie Stuber discusses how social media fuels a culture of excess and risk taking in sports and outdoor activities.
Between the years 2008 and 2015, approximately 22.5 million people have been forced to relocate — temporarily or permanently — due to climate and other “weather-related” disasters. There are estimates that by 2050, the number of persons displaced due to climate may eclipse the number of “traditional” refugees as defined by the 1951 Refugee Convention and…
Sophie Stuber discusses how dissociating our food from its environmental consequences lets us ignore them.
There is a difference between passing through a place, passively appreciating it, and actually spending time somewhere and learning the stories of that place.
Sophie Stuber discusses how and why we should view the contemporary world through the lens of Dante’s Inferno.
Sophie Stuber argues that the best way to prevent gun violence is legislative action, and that we need it now, as much as we have for the past two decades.