On Wednesday, the Stanford Out of Occupied Palestine (SOOP) coalition coordinated a panel of 11 student groups, members of which spoke out about their reasons for supporting the petition for Stanford’s divestment from corporations that allegedly facilitate human rights violations in the occupied Israel-Palestine territories.
As part of their curriculum, students in Psych 1: Introduction to Psychology attended a production David Auburn’s “Proof” over the weekend in order to experience real world examples of the material being taught in class. “Proof” is typically presented as a dramatic reading to the class, however, this year, the class partnered with Noemi Ola…
Students and alumni presented “25 Years: Honoring Student Activism and the Legacy of the 1989 Takeover” on Thursday, an event to commemorate the student activism that promoted multicultural integration. Organizers also hoped to inspire students to think about what it means to take over their education today.
Students around campus are participating in human research experiments in social science labs, making some extra money and experiencing the research process from the subject side.