The four candidate slates running for the ASSU Executive Office participated in a debate at CoHo on Wednesday, April 9. The debate was moderated by Joseph Beyda ’15 and Brandon Camhi ’16, the editors in chief of The Stanford Daily and The Stanford Review, respectively.
At Stanford, we are removed from the hatred that exists in the stones of that Old World land on the Mediterranean. We have the opportunity to look away from the past, and into the future. Let’s start looking at how to solve problems, instead of arguing about who started them.
Columnist Lily Zheng responds to Brandon Camhi’s piece in The Stanford Review. She defends the ASSU sexual assault reform proposal.
This campus is a big world, and there are a lot of things to do. But our resources shouldn’t be seen as distractions – rather, Stanford’s strengths and intellectual firepower across the entire political spectrum are assets that we can leverage. We need to make talking politics cool, and new creations such as the Stanford Political Journal are a good start.
After a former Stanford Review columnist came under fire last week for alleged plagiarism in a 2012 article, evidence of further plagiarism in some of the columnist’s other articles has come to light.
An article published in The Stanford Review in April 2012 came under fire today after the writer of an article published in Imprint Magazine in 2006 tweeted that The Review had plagiarized his work.
For most students interested in running for ASSU office, an essential part of the process is seeking endorsements from various on-campus students groups. These student organizations help the candidates they endorse by tapping their large mailing lists, putting up flyers, posting on Facebook and holding events to introduce the candidates to voters.
Many campus organizations choose to sponsor candidates for ASSU elections in order to better inform their constituents. Endorsing groups email their large lists, update their Facebook pages, put up flyers and hold events to introduce their endorsed candidates to members of their community.