Demonstrators converged in White Plaza today to show their support for Egyptian protestors. Omar Shakir, B.A. ’07, J.D. ’13, one of the event’s organizers, stated that the Stanford demonstrators wanted to add their voices to the chorus of outcries stemming from the Egyptian uprising
Preparations for Saturday’s Big Game start this week. The first Big Game took place in 1892 with a 14-0 Stanford victory. Above, a stuffed bear sits skewered on top of White Plaza’s claw sculpture.
It’s time for me to face the music—I’m kind of awkward. I can’t think of conversation fodder fast enough to fill those silent gaps, and I often wave to that person on the street who’s actually waving to the person behind me…
Students stand in line in White Plaza on Friday for tickets to Monday’s George Clooney event. The actor Clooney and Enough Project co-founder John Prendergast are set to appear Monday night in Cubberley Auditorium for a talk on Sudan and human rights. (JONATHAN POTO/The Stanford Daily)
Christina Goeders, a biology co-term who has studied music at Stanford, plays a piano in White Plaza. A group calling itself the “new Stanford Student Initiative for the Arts” said it put the piano there. (JIN ZHU/Staff Photographer)
About 30 volunteers staged a demonstration yesterday afternoon in White Plaza, protesting against Arizona’s Senate Bill 1070.
Wednesday’s GSC meeting was focused on the discussion of the creation of a Haiti Relief Czar (HRC), a position generated to oversee and coordinate campus efforts to help Haiti and organize a national student coalition in long-term support of the country.