Stanford administrators and coaches should make Stanford the special place we always say it is – a school that cherishes athletic prowess but never at the expense of academic excellence – by putting the kibosh on weeknight football games.
Human life is infinitely precious. The actions of the U.S. government with respect to drone strikes, however, do not reflect the values of a country that views innocents as human beings worthy of dignity and respect.
Cats lost or abandoned by students do account for some of the several newcomers, a fact on residential campuses nationwide.
For several years our Stanford neighborhood had a faithful companion Flora, the Roman goddess of spring. She guided visitors to our campus home at 511 Gerona Rd. Flora was a solid member of our community greeting people who met her on their walks or while jogging.
The only possible conclusion from this board is that certain individuals, possibly unconnected to Stanford, hope to create an atmosphere of intimidation and fear for those who hold true to views contrary to their own
I enthusiastically support the construction of an ice rink on the Stanford campus.
In response to your editorial published on Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2011 entitled, “Underprivileged students and intro classes,” I want to clarify that both Chem 31A and 31B are offered during summer quarter.