Reality television is so formulaic. The formula reminds me of the tactics employed by The Apprentice’s previous host, Donald Trump, in the 2016 presidential race.
Columbae is hosting “Resist Trump Action Parties” to mobilize students against President Donald Trump’s administration.
Simply allowing the likes of Milo Yiannopoulos and Steve Bannon to do and say whatever they please in the name of liberal values like “free speech” is not the answer.
Of course, Trump was never going to be Obama 2.0 on the White House phone, but his campaign refrain about “getting along” with foreign leaders appears to involve considerably more bickering than the phrase evokes in my mind.
Several Bay Area students, including Stanford’s Hadil Mansoor Al-Mowafak ’20 from Yemen, have filed a lawsuit through the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) that declares Trump’s travel ban unconstitutional.
The Daily chatted with Veronica Chambers, author of Michelle Obama’s latest biography and John S. Knight fellow, about race, our current political climate and Obama’s illustrious biceps.
In the Program in Writing and Rhetoric at Stanford, ethos is a fundamental principle in our engagement with students. Ethos is related not only to authority and credibility, but also to the ethical actions that undergird those qualities. When Stanford declares that its primary mission is “to promote the public welfare by exercising an influence…
We live in interesting times. With the election of Donald Trump, the advent of Brexit and the normalization of right-wing populists and demagogues across Europe, the world we live in seems to many to be far more uncertain, dangerous and oppressive than it has been in the past few decades. While groups throughout the country…