ASSU Votes for Continued Control Over Student Media
“Appalling. Undemocratic. A terrible example for the rest of the world.” The Trump administration’s denigration and exclusion of news outlets that “report facts they
Who Watches the Watchers?
In late January, President Trump created an uproar with an executive order that barred immigration from several countries in the Middle East and temporarily suspended
A Bill To Nowhere: Fossil Free Stanford Meets SSE
Fossil Free Stanford (FFS) has spent the last three years taking countless public actions to sever the university’s financial investments in the fossil fuel
What’s new with FMOTQ?
Dragon Day at Cornell. The Dartmouth Winter Carnival. Rice’s Beer Bike. Cal Tech’s Ditch Day. Berkeley’s Naked Run. What does everything on
Fidel Castro’s Economic Legacy Many here at Stanford plan to spend approximately eight more years after graduation studying at medical school. They wave a
The Military-Civil Divide
Last spring, there was a flurry of talk on the issues the military community face on campus. Some advocated for better representation of the military