For Stanford’s Class of 2011, last week culminated in the Wacky Walk and a Commencement address delivered yesterday by Felipe Calderón, President of Mexico, in honor of the University’s 120th Commencement.
For The Stanford Daily staff, last week saw the 74th issue and last print edition of Volume 239 with The Daily’s Commencement Issue. The 26-page issue came out on newsstands last Friday and highlights some of our best coverage over the past year, including Stanford’s victory at the Orange Bowl in January, the Farm’s reactions to the death of Osama Bin Laden, a features profile exploring what the U.S. Senate’s blockage of the DREAM Act means for college-aged immigrants, the Faculty Senate’s vote to invite ROTC to return to campus and a series of former Managing Editor of Graphics Anastasia Yee’s Intermission covers. The issue also features nine reflections written by graduating seniors who have served as editors at The Daily. As these seniors shift gears to pursue great things this summer, The Daily hopes to as well.
Volume 240’s edition of The Stanford Weekly prints Thursday, June 30 through Thursday, August 11. Published both in print and online, The Weekly will comprise of content from our traditional print sections as well as featured work from our graphics and photo teams. The Weekly will be staffed by a combination of current Daily editors and writers and a talented group of high school summer interns. If you’re interested in becoming involved with The Daily this summer, contact us here.
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