SATIRE: While the choice of the word “midterm” was not in and of itself problematic, the way it was defined hurt the feelings of several Stanford midterms — just ask CHEM 31
SATIRE: One assistant claimed that the lack of a Notes from the Quad post from Persis Drell meant that not enough controversy had been stirred up to make the trip worth it.
SATIRE: Every year, homecoming weekend sees alumni instinctively swim upstream back to main campus, where they begin studying for midterms. The mechanism of the natural phenomenon is still being uncovered by researchers.
I’m sorry. It’s not me. It’s you. To put it simply, you weren’t it, chief. Math 51, my dear beloved, you hurt beyond what years of therapy can fathom. I wanted to love you, I really did, but now I find myself writing this letter to you. As I relive the trauma that was winter…
East Palo Alto (EPA) residents voted in favor of Measure HH — a tax on large corporations holding real estate in the city — during last Tuesday’s midterm elections.
Two years after Trump’s victory shocked a left-leaning campus, students said the evening’s outcomes were largely expected, even as they mourned results in certain high profile Congressional races.
Several Stanford alumni were re-elected to their positions in the legislature in Tuesday’s midterm elections.
In a Monday roundtable discussion at Lathrop, Hannah Zimmerman ’21, New York’s youngest elected official, discussed her political journey and the 2018 midterm elections.