Scott ’20 and Drummond ’20 won by a narrow margin of 19 votes. They sat down with The Daily to discuss their interest in politics, priorities as executives, and election controversy
In the wake of the most destructive wildfire in California’s history, Stanford students, faculty and organizations are mobilizing to contribute to national relief efforts.
Earlier this month, Stanford in Government (SIG) — the Haas Center-affiliated, non-partisan organization that is one of the largest student groups on campus — named economics major Olivia Martin ’19 as its Chair for the 2018-19 school year. The Daily sat down with Martin to discuss her history in SIG, her goals for the organization and its role in Stanford’s political climate.
The beginning of a new year makes us ask ourselves plenty of questions. What resolutions will we keep? What are our hopes for the new year? And most importantly, what the heck are we doing this summer? For some, summer plans are already definite. Whether it’s an internship, a research opportunity or a startup they’re…
Ted Koppel MA ’62, the multi award-winning news anchor of ABC’s “Nightline” and one of America’s longest-serving journalists, shared in an interview with The Daily his disappointment with the rise of opinion-based reporting, support for reinstating compulsory national service and passionate defense of civil discourse.
The Haas Center for Public Service’s Cardinal Service program has created have given students new ways to participate in public service at Stanford, although it is unclear if Cardinal Service has led to an increase in service among the student body.
If you’re like nine out of ten college students in America, to you, the world is flat. It is the list of countries and capitals on the placemat you used when you were six; it is the pages of textbooks you dissected throughout years of high school history classes. If, however, you are a Stanford…
A benefit concert to help refugees, organized by the Muslim Student Union, raised over $1,500 dollars on Saturday evening.