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Op-Ed: Kimiko and Bryce will fight for students’ mental health

I recently got to work closely with both Kimiko Hirota and Bryce Tuttle over the past school year, while planning a mental health campaign with the Stanford Asian-American Activism Committee to protest Stanford’s egregious treatment of students struggling with mental health issues. Through gross misapplication of its dean’s leave of absence policy, the University had…

Op-Ed: Kimiko and Bryce: Leaders for change

I write this op-ed in support of Kimiko Hirota and Bryce Tuttle for ASSU Exec. As Co-Director of Disability Advocacy in this year’s ASSU Executive Cabinet, I have had the honor of serving with both Kimiko and Bryce throughout this academic year. I can think of no better pair to lead change at Stanford as ASSU Exec in the forthcoming year. Their proactive initiative, longstanding record of advocacy for marginalized students on campus, and on-the-ground leadership capabilities will ensure their continued success in representing and advocating for all students going forward.

Op-Ed: A response to anti-Semitism

Today, I saw an upsetting tweet that my running mate Kimiko Hirota shared in 2018 for the first time. As a member of the Jewish community and a supporter of the existence of the state of Israel, I was deeply hurt. The quoted tweet was clearly anti-Semitic. From the allusion to the violence of the…