On Jan. 20, Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States. Students, many of whom opposed Trump’s presidency, reacted in a wave of rallies, discussions, marches, artmaking and prayer, stretching from the Stanford campus to Washington, D.C.
A packed meeting of graduate student activists discussed admissions, diversity, and more.
Students raised their voices above the splatter of rain on Friday to protest Trump’s inauguration.
After a turbulent election season and a rocky post-election period, America is celebrating the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States – a situation that many wouldn’t have predicted just a few short months ago. But despite several civil protests and well-publicized controversies surrounding his victory, his inauguration ceremony will still occur…
On Wednesday, tech workers, Stanford students and the larger Silicon Valley community organized at the Palantir Headquarters in Palo Alto to protest technology misuse and the formation of digital registries used to track immigrants, particularly Muslim Americans.
Dean Chahim, a Ph.D. candidate in anthropology, spoke about Rally the Resistance, an event taking place on Meyer Green lawn Friday at 11:30 a.m. in order to “stand in opposition to the rhetoric and policies of the President Elect and his administration” according to its Facebook page.