I by no means lived the Perfect Stanford Experience™, that's for sure... But what I do have is vital.
Stephanie Chen is a senior from Cupertino majoring in computer science and minoring in literary translation. At The Daily, she was previously managing editor of opinions, managing editor of copy, and a member of the editorial board for Vols. 250 and 252. If "work-life balance" were a concept that made sense on this campus, she'd say that she enjoys spending her "free time" swimming, reading longform journalism, hanging out with friends, and making dinner plans that inevitably fall apart.
Stephanie Chen discusses the transformation from social networks to social media, where the brand we present to the world is of prime importance.
Stephanie Chen considers the Charles Murray Cardinal Conversations event, and considers the event and conflict surrounding it in the frame of considering alternative ideas.
Let me say first that I stand fully with the rest of the Editorial Board in condemnation of Donald Trump. I believe that he is unfit — temperamentally, practically, morally...