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As a conservative, I arrived hopeful for Boehner's speech. As a conservative, I left disgusted.
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Stanford Students for Justice in Palestine hosted a video talk with Omar Barghouti, the co-founder of the global Boycott, Divestment,
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A survey of 243 Stanford students sheds light on how factors such as race and socioeconomic status influence students’ romantic
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A Fossil Free Stanford member calls for a Stanford-wide carbon tax in place of the current campaign to divest from
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Ateeq Suria, the chair of Stanford Student Enterprises’ (SSE) board and interim CEO, has been accused of serial mismanagement, an
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Fossil Free Stanford (FFS) has announced that it will be assembling on the front steps of Main Quad tomorrow morning to
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Stanford’s decision not to divest from the fossil fuel industry should not be viewed as a loss for Fossil Free
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Education as Self-Fashioning is both fascinating and practical. Stanford should support its expansion.
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The 18th Undergraduate Senate looks set for an explosive start as freshman and upperclass Senators fight.
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by Brandon Camhi ’16 Stanford’s most selfless students deserve better than 58% of the minimum wage. I tried independently clipping
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Stanford’s fountains will be turned back on in stages, the University announced today. The fountains in front of Green Library, Memorial
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In a rare show of unanimity, the ASSU Senate tonight rejected the nomination of Zubair Ahmed as SSE’s proposed new
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The Review looks into the race for the White House.
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On Thursday night, forty Stanford alumni threatened in an open letter to withhold their donations to the University until it
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A bipartisan analysis of the late Supreme Court justice.
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  • Mia

    LOL @ this article

  • NativeLivesMatter

    How does it feel that the (way better written and way better in general) response to this logical fallacy of an article has over 300 more shares than this one? :) :) :)

    PS: Of course the CATHOLIC News Agency would say Serra is a good guy. Lol.