In the wake of the George Floyd protests and a nationwide conversation about the role of law enforcement, the country seems deadlocked on how, or if at all, to reform
There is a clear winner in this election: populism-- a political philosophy aimed at working-class people. While voters may have rejected Trump’s rhetoric and coronavirus policy, they did not
Every year Stanford releases its vast course list on ExploreCourses, but gives very little guidance for students to choose which classes they should spend their 12 to 22 units on.
In late April, Professor Rose Salseda of the art history department gave a guest lecture in CSRE 196C: “Introduction to Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity.” In that lecture, she
I am black and gay. I am also a conservative-libertarian. Stanford welcomes all different races and sexual identities with openness and acceptance. The same cannot be said for all political
Conservatives routinely point out the benefits of economic nationalism: self-reliance and security. Yet, California, a liberal stronghold, has benefited from Trumpian economic nationalism. Compared to other liberal states with large
On January 25, Stanford’s best coders will be teaming up to tackle racial injustice in a five-hour “hate hackathon.” The winners get funding and resources from the offices of
I volunteered for Bernie Sanders for about nine months during the 2016 Democratic primary elections, working almost ten hours a week to support his grassroots campaign. I handed out flyers,