All three former-Cardinal appeared in the United States Women’s National Team 3-0 victory over South Africa in Levi’s Stadium on Sunday. The international friendly featured the reigning Women’s World Cup champion U.S., who will be seeking their fourth title in June, and South Africa, who will be making their first World Cup appearance in France.
The feature “On this day in Stanford history” details events that occurred on the same date in past years at Stanford. According to The Stanford Daily’s archives, on May 31 in….
“Coolest Monkey in the Jungle.” That was the text that ignited a bonfire of reaction. Several celebrities, such as G-Eazy and The Weeknd, have cut off ties with H&M, a Swedish retail company. H&M stores in South Africa have been heavily vandalized with wares stolen and mannequins destroyed. What caused all of this to unfold?…
By holding South Africa accountable for letting al-Bashir go, the ICC can set a precedent of going after those who are complicit in atrocities.
The fact that there has been a resurgence of xenophobic violence in South Africa as of late ought to deeply trouble us all.
BOSP Cape Town will be suspended starting spring quarter due to unexpected faculty resignations.
“Breaking the Silence: A Luta Continua,” an art exhibit depicting stories from South African apartheid, will be available for viewing until 1 p.m. on Thursday at the Black Community Services Center.
Stanford Out Of Occupied Palestine (SOOP) is not the first divestment movement to take Stanford’s campus by storm. Calls for divestment from partners of the Sudanese government, coal companies, and a historical movement to divest from South Africa marks Stanford’s history with attempts at divestment.