As advertised, nearly every piece of marketing for Robert O’Hara’s “Barbecue” at the San Francisco Playhouse hinges itself upon the discussion of race — a grill skewer held by a white hand and a black hand, the description of the play as a production that “overturns race, poverty, and the American family in hilarious and…
The group aims to initiate a collaborative project with a writing component as their first undertaking, bringing together group members and incarcerated people in the creative effort.
When Persis Drell became provost this February, senior Lily Zheng ’17 saw a unique opportunity to improve dialogue between students and administrators. She reached out to Drell to host an event on how to effect change at Stanford.
Some say the group has formed to fill a gap at Stanford, raising new questions about a campus conversation that may focus more on sexual assault prevention than on survivors.
From Vietnam-era anti-war posters to photographs of the Fossil Free Stanford protest, the University Archives work to actively transcribe history as it unfolds in the present.
In response to these conservative movements, though, protests are also cropping up all around the world.
A packed meeting of graduate student activists discussed admissions, diversity, and more.
This is usually the trend: misinformed criticism of leftist activism or culture result in high-profile strawman arguments in popular media, which activists take great glee in tearing down. Real issues go unsolved, and both left and right further cement themselves into ironclad camps.