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ASSU Senate candidates discuss platforms, campus issues at KSZU/Daily debate

Issues such as prospective alcohol bans, student group funding, Senate’s transparency with students and dialogue among students were all prominent at a series of debates between 15 of the 38 ASSU Undergraduate Senate candidates. The candidates met in met in the basement of Memorial Auditorium for four sets of hour-long debates, which were co-hosted and moderated by The Stanford Daily and KZSU, who broadcasted the event on Friday.

Q&A with Ramzi Salti, DJ of Arabology

A full-time lecturer in the Arabic program at Stanford, Dr. Ramzi Salti shares his passion for the Arabic language and culture through radio with an audience that reaches far beyond Stanford’s campus. Salti’s radio show, “Arabology,” airs weekly on KZSU 90.1 FM and streams live online. The Daily sat down with Salti to discuss his motivations for broadcasting “Arabology” and to learn about his experiences at KZSU.

Behind the scenes with the Stanford Concert Network

If there’s a soundtrack to Stanford, sophomore Nick Burakoff and senior Freddy Avis are writing it. This year, the duo (along with co-director Manolis Sueuga, who couldn’t make it to our interview) are leading the university’s Stanford Concert Network (SCN), a musical juggernaut with a hand in everything from small EBF concerts and music rental…

Venkataraman: Taking on Stanford football from a different perspective

Spring is truly an amazing time of year. The weather gets warmer, the hills of northern California get coated in lush green grass, people start their annual intake of allergy medications and class attendance drops as a function of both the weather and any rush-related events held the night before. However, all of these things pale in comparison to the biggest news that spring always ushers in with it: Football is back.

I Am Narcissus, and You Can Be Too

I had a professor freshman year who believed that, in the not-so-distant future, students and literary scholars alike will study tweets in the same manner that we today carefully analyze poetry or paintings. As I pictured high school students trying to scan the meter and explicate meaning in one of Justin Bieber’s heartwarming, soul-penetrating pearls…