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Reviewing the Review

If someone had told me during my freshman year that I would end up writing an article in partial support of The Stanford Review, I would be surprised — and probably somewhat angry. Let me explain. I came into Stanford during a politically quiet year, sandwiched between the height of the Black Lives Matter movement…

What happened with Donohue?

Around three weeks ago, the Fountain Hopper reported that Stanford Law School Professor John Donohue shouted the racial slur “chink” during an altercation arising from a basketball game. The Daily quickly followed suit, reporting an account that differed significantly from that of the FoHo which, most notably, did not include the usage of any racial…

The silent crisis

I had the privilege of being a speaker at Faces during this year’s NSO. My speech was on mental health issues and, more specifically, my own stories of dealing with them. A few days later, I was approached by Susie Brubaker-Cole, the Vice Provost for Student Affairs. She was effusive with her praise and gushed…

Notes from the battleground

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 of Stanford College Republicans (SCR) proclaimed: “slowly, we will continue to crush the Left’s will to resist, as they will crack under pressure,” while Professor…

Stanford is not your battleground

A few months back, during ASSU campaign season, a curious email circulated, with a slate of candidates declaring that they “think that Stanford hasn’t exactly been the best in representing low-income, first generation students, and has misappropriated its funds towards places its students doesn’t want them to go.” They also said that “[the] ASSU seems…