The administration asked us to submit our ideas only on communications, commencement and belongings, important but narrow matters affected by COVID-19. What are other matters on which the administration should be soliciting student input before making important decisions?
Welcome to the Week 9 edition of Frankly Speaking. Frankly Speaking is aimed at extending discourse and debate on important subjects beyond Daily staffers. We want to hear from students — across disciplines and social identities — about their takes on the controversial topics and vital realities we confront. If you want to have your take on…
Last week, Frankly Speaking had the Stanford community weigh in on the question: Do identity politics chill campus discourse at Stanford? We received a number of thoughtful replies, and three of them published below. Some context: discussions surrounding identity politics, and the issues they have elevated, have become increasingly prominent on college campuses, including ours.…
Do identity politics on our campus create a culture that stifles our ability to talk openly and honestly about campus issues in particular and social issues in general? Or, is it high time that offensive comments, regardless of the context, be censured rather than given the legitimacy of publication or promotion?
On Oct. 25, The Daily published an op-ed on its website regarding Kappa Alpha Theta’s philanthropy event Thetabreakers. The article had not been approved for publication and was removed from the site later that day. The Daily regrets this error.
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Following the brilliant example of The Stanford Sphere, the editors and writers of the opinions section of The Stanford Daily are weighing in to offer you our top course recommendations for this fall quarter, starting with IntroSems and ending with our favorite advanced seminars.
Last week, Frankly Speaking, a crowd-sourced Opinions column, asked the Stanford community to weigh in on the question: Should we do away with Greek life at Stanford? Published below are three notable answers we received.
Welcome to the third edition of The Daily’s crowd-sourced column, Frankly Speaking, which has community members weigh in on pressing campus news and debates.
Last week, Frankly Speaking, a crowd-sourced Opinions column, asked the question: Are conservatives marginalized at Stanford? Published below are four particularly incisive answers we received.