Stanford professors and students alike should make an effort to keep politics out of the classroom Recently, a good friend complained to me that her English professor exhorted all her
Unless they adopt realistic goals and pledge to run for multiple terms, Stanford’s student politicians will merely inspire apathy in their electorate. The greatest challenge to the ASSU Executive?
A recap of the inaugural Sally Dickson Lecture on Diversity, Inclusion and Reflection. It is easy to forget the myriad of possibilities encompassed within the label ”activism.” The first inaugural
Stanford students should not let intellectual pride obscure their ability to respect those who disagree. At Stanford, many people make an admirable effort to inform themselves and substantiate their principles
A proper evaluation of Serra’s legacy demands a thorough investigation into his historical context. Shortly after their emperors died, the Ancient Romans made an important choice. The emperor could