Zach Zimmerman

Zimmerman: Making a case for Oliver Luck

As former athletic director Bob Bowlsby moves on to (arguably) greener pastures by becoming commissioner of the Big 12, Stanford is now tasked with filling the hole in its heart left by one of the most successful people to ever hold the position.

Zimmerman: Hoping for another Maples moment

I bet you’re scanning your memory for a game-winning three that capped off an improbable comeback hoops victory over Cal. Or you’re remembering one of the NCAA tournament games that catalyzed one of five consecutive Final Four runs for the women’s team.

Brief: Lacrosse beats James Madison, records first win of season

It wasn’t convincing, but the Stanford women’s lacrosse team managed to complete a thrilling come-from-behind victory, beating James Madison 14-13 at Cagan Stadium in a matchup of top-10 foes.   The No. 6 Cardinal (1-3) won its first game of the season behind five goals and three assists from senior Emilie Boeri, who was later…

Editor’s Farewell: Embracing Diversity

I grew up in Daytona Beach, Fla., a town primarily known for Spring Break, NASCAR and driving on the beach. The warm ocean was a good place to learn to surf (despite being the shark-bite capital of the world), and the public schools prepared me adequately for Stanford’s rigorous academics. However, what I realize now is that it is an area lacking the rich diversity many of us have come to take for granted in our time on the Farm.
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