In light of recent demonstrations held by high school students advocating for gun reform, Stanford has assured current and future applicants that the University will not consider students’ choice to participate in protests during the application review process.
The brain of Stephen Paddock, the main suspect in the brutal mass shootings in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, was sent to the Stanford School of Medicine’s Department of Pathology for forensic analysis last week following the Clark County Coroner’s autopsy which reported that no tumors or abnormalities were present.
Four people were killed and 14 injured in a random shooting in Hesston, Kansas last Thursday. It’s okay if you didn’t know or if you didn’t do more than read the notification on your phone, think to yourself “what a shame,” and then move on. It’s what most of us probably did, myself included. What…
If Cops and Robbers playwright and star Jinho “the Piper” Ferreira sought to effectively produce a politically charged social commentary aimed to transform an audience and start conversations, then he should not have presented a two-dimensional, controlling image of Black women as uncommented-upon victims at the hands of men. The treatment of Black female bodies is a topic that he presents, but never offered full commentary on, in the play and during the Q&A. This is yet another example of the permeation of sexist ideas in the American psyche.
In response to the shooting that occurred in the Lagunita parking lot on the evening of Saturday, May 14, campus police and student leaders are considering changes to security measures at large events.