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Cinderella in San Jose

As soon as I traipsed out of my Computer Science class, pondering the different types of selection sorts, I saw the Cardinal Nights email and immediately became excited. San Jose Broadway would be performing Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” on Saturday and the tickets were only $15, including transportation. Straightaway, I contacted one of my closest…

San Jose sees some tennis and some dancing in Roger Federer’s charity event

SAN JOSE – Every time a song interlude plays between points, Jack Sock — currently ranked 10th in the world in men’s singles — dances — running man accompanies Gangnam Style (I guess he didn’t remember the original dance) and he smirks as he signals for Federer to phone him while Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” comes on. On the other side of the court, Federer laughs as he awkwardly tries out a couple of his own dance moves.

City of Palo Alto votes in favor of gender equality ordinance

Last Thursday, the City of Palo Alto Human Relations Commission (HRC) unanimously voted in favor of the Convention of the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) ordinance, which aims to mitigate gender inequality in Palo Alto by conducting a gender analysis and potentially creating a gender equality task force. With the HRC’s recommendation, the ordinance will now be passed onto the Palo Alto City Council for consideration.