Through discussions, research and off-campus activism, Student Alliance for Justice in Education (SAJE) aims to cultivate discussion and catalyze change centered around educational reform on campus and beyond.
“The Last Supper of Chicano Heroes” (1988) by José Burciaga is one of Stanford’s most controversial murals. Its critics have raised a fuss over Burciaga’s choice to have socialist revolutionary Che Guevara depicted as a hero despite the atrocities he committed against Cubans during Fidel Castro’s rise to power. Residents of the Chicano/Latino theme dorm…
As a response to concerns posed by Who’s Teaching Us and other students, SLE has added more texts and speakers to diversify its curriculum.
The newly-introduced optional humanities core currently only includes a European books track but is set to be expanded to other non-Western cultures by next year. The Stanford Review calls it “a victory for The Stanford Review and for what [they] stand for.”
While the ceremony emphasized Stanford’s roots, Tessier-Lavigne’s speech also addressed future challenges.
Stanford’s Structured Liberal Education (SLE), a yearlong liberal arts-focused residential program for Stanford freshman, prioritized disciplinary breadth in its choice of four new lecturers this school year.
In responding to Whose Teaching Us, Stanford claims to be committed to faculty diversity, but the BOSP program in Cape Town tells a different story. I attended the recently completed summer quarter program and was disheartened with what I found.
The decision to deny tenure to a history professor sparked a student protest on Thursday.