The No. 5 ranked Stanford women’s squash team (3-2) competed yesterday afternoon against the No. 14 George Washington University. Each of the nine matches were won by Stanford in a truly impressive showcase of athleticism.
In its last meet before the Pac-12 Conference Championships, Stanford women’s gymnastics fell short at the George Washington Quad Meet on Sunday, finishing fourth (193.275) behind No. 18 George Washington (196.500), NC State (194.825) and Yale (194.575).
We are made great by our grand experiment. So, if it is to continue, we must not claim that those who identify with our political opposition are inherently wrong: we must never pretend that the “real” America has already been discovered.
In 1862, the United States Congress began the tradition of reading George Washington’s farewell address aloud on the first President’s birthday. In the midst of the Civil War, the Senate and the House found Washington’s words warning against party politics, divisive rhetoric and irresponsible governance to be especially relevant. My, how far we’ve come. Washington’s…