People’s Board | Stanford students speak out against University reforms

Nov. 29, 2021, 8:40 p.m.

In the past, The Stanford Daily’s Editorial Board has described its role as follows: “To represent the voice, not just of The Stanford Daily, but of the larger Stanford community.” In this volume, we are taking this mission to task by reshaping the structure of the board itself. We present to you the “People’s Board.” By way of introduction, here is our first pseudo-editorial piece: it provides some of the key features of the editorial (numerous opinions, participants’ involvement in on-campus life, topical issues), as well as general concerns from a non-editorial (read: popular or people-centric) perspective.

This piece is strictly an opinion piece. Any thoughts and words belong to the speakers only. We present some of the collective voices of our readers and peers as the editorial voice of The Daily.

The Vol. 260 Editorial Board consists of Zora Ilunga-Reed '22, Cricket Bidleman '21 M.A. '22, Rachel D'Agui '22 and Richard Coca '22. Contact the Editorial Board at editorialboard 'at' stanforddaily.com.Zora Ilunga-Reed is a columnist and a junior studying Philosophy & Literature. A native New Yorker, she was a Copy Editor, Desk Editor and Staff Writer in volumes past. Read her column if you want to hear her thoughts on the woes of humanities students, tech culture and more.Andy Huynh '23 is Managing Editor of the Photo and Video. Outside of The Daily, he enjoys hiking the outdoors and wildlife photography. He also loves the Star Wars and Marvel cinematic universes!Contact Ben at humor 'at' stanforddaily.com.Aya Aziz ‘25 is a Vol. 260 staff writer for The Grind and Arts & Life. She is also a staff photographer for the Photo Video team. She is a freshman from Visalia, CA who is tentatively studying Science, Technology, and Society with a concentration in Innovation and Organization. Her writing and photography explore art, creativity, activism, and the intersection of healthcare and tech. Contact Aya Aziz at thegrind 'at' stanforddaily.com.

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