One year after Student Activities and Leadership (SAL) began rigorously enforcing its policy of open membership in student groups, the benefits of increased student membership have for some organizations come at the cost of financial strain and new administrative challenges.
“Sexual orientation doesn’t define who you are,” said Douglas Wilson, former Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs.
Student representatives brought the presidential candidates to life at Stanford in Government’s (SIG) mock presidential debate on Thursday, answering questions on policy and party platforms.
Stanford student groups collaboratively organized a dinner last week with Congresswoman Anna Eshoo (D-Atherton) and Carl Guardino, CEO and president of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group (SVLG).
In the days leading up to the 2016 presidential and state elections, Stanford students have come together to form the Ballot Blast Initiative, a program which seeks to inform students about the 17 propositions on the California ballot this cycle.
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.
Stanford in Government, in collaboration with the Stanford Political Journal, hosted Congressman Dan Lipinski M.A. ’89 to speak on a wide variety of American politics topics this past Sunday.
“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.