Dubbed the Golden State Warrior for a series of high-profile challenges to the White House, California Attorney-General Xavier Becerra ’80 J.D. ’84 struck a confident tone on the state’s policies under the Trump administration at a Wednesday evening event hosted by Stanford in Government (SIG).
From the United Nations General Assembly in New York to the Center for Disease Control in Zhejiang, China, Stanford students are leaving their mark on the world through Stanford in Government internships.
Several Stanford-affiliated organizations are offering programs for students interested in exploring public service and entrepreneurship throughout the summer of 2017, with application deadlines approaching in the coming weeks.
Anger, anxiety and fear were on the minds of students on Tuesday evening as TV entertainer and real estate mogul Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States in a stunning upset.
Policymakers, technology experts and business leaders engaged in conversation on Wednesday to explore the wide-ranging consequences of the internet-born generation and how to best prepare for the next billion users.
On May 24, over 50 attendees participated in “Policy and the Path to Justice,” a discussion held by the Stanford NAACP and Stanford in Government (SIG), focusing on policies within the United States affecting black lives.
“You can call me boner, beaner, jackass, happy to answer to almost anything,” said former Speaker of the House John Boehner as he took the stage at CEMEX Auditorium on Wednesday evening.
The Public Policy forum of Stanford in Government (SIG) hosted a panel Tuesday night on “Women in Policy” that encouraged female students to run for political office.