The editor-in-chief of The Fountain Hopper (FoHo) was removed from his position last month by his predecessor, Emma Johanningsmeier ’18, after she deemed him “unfit” for the role.
When I first joined The Daily as a high school intern, I was just getting used to the idea that journalists had to call people on the phone.
The feature “On this day in Stanford history” details events that occurred on the same date in past years at Stanford. According to The Stanford Daily’s archives, on May 24 in… 1899: University President David Starr Jordan delivered an address to the graduating class in which he said that “government by the people needs its…
I’d like to believe that 10 years from now, I’ll look back at my time as editor-in-chief and say that this was the volume that convinced me to go into journalism. I’d like to remember this as the year that changed my career path. And in many ways, it’s certainly brought me closer to that conclusion.
My role as editor-in-chief has taught me that you are nothing without your staff. I learned that when problems need to be solved, listening and taking a step back is the hardest thing to do as a leader, but it is also the most important. My role as editor-in-chief taught me that you are nothing…
Jonathan Harold Roise, editor in chief of Volume 149 of The Stanford Daily, passed away on Oct. 14 after a series of cancer treatments.
As a student journalist, I have found that it can be extremely gratifying to receive individual feedback from readers. There is one email I received during my freshman year which stands out clearly in my mind. To me, it signifies the time at which I began seriously considering journalism in the context of public service.
Parting words from Kamil Dada ’11.