The title of my last column was “Stanford is not your battleground.” Given the revelations since then — which culminated in a series of leaked emails in which the president...
Terence Zhao '19 originally hails from Beijing, China, before immigrating to the US and settling in Arcadia, CA, a suburb of Los Angeles. He is majoring in Urban Studies, and promotes the major with cult-like zeal. In his spare time, he likes to explore cities and make pointless maps.
Terence Zhao discusses how the recent incident at Starbucks is indicative of how differently our society still treats people.
Terence Zhao reflects on how Silicon Valley's love of innovation and allergy to looking outward has caused the reinvention of mundane things.