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Oct. 18, 2020
Gov. Gavin Newsom suggested that more work go into the ethnic studies model curriculum, a separate document that aims to guide future ethnic studies courses if the bill is adopted.
Jan. 31, 2021
After reflecting on the impact of the Compact on the Stanford community, it is clear that the reporting form is not at all useful for voicing “Community Concerns.”
July 4, 2020
The backdrop of the event was a colossal, 100-foot banner with the words “Disarm. Defund. Divert.”
June 3, 2020
Those of us who aren’t at the protests are spending our time volunteering for our communities — providing food and water, cleaning up the streets, fundraising for bail funds and community organizations,” the petition st. “For many of us, schoolwork is the last thing on many of our minds.”
Aug. 3, 2020
“Stockton On My Mind,” directed by Emmy winner Marc Levin, premiered on Tuesday, July 28. The HBO documentary follows America's youngest mayor of a major city on his journey — both political and intensely personal — to implement change in the city of Stockton and to revitalize and heal its youth.
April 12, 2023
In this piece, Professor Palumbo-Liu argues for a more productive dialogue between Stanford's administration and graduate students by offering his own perspective, as well as those of unionizing grad students from the UC system and UCU system in the UK. He writes, "I care about Stanford, and I worry that if we go forward without fully understanding the nature of the fight for unionization–why it is necessary, and just how deeply its supporters understand its nature and importance–we will not have the kind of productive discussion we need."
May 3, 2023
Drell has served as Stanford’s provost for the last six years, spearheading multiple university initiatives. Despite her resignation, Drell will still remain active in the University as a faculty member.
April 9, 2023
President Marc Tessier-Lavigne and Provost Persis Drell wrote to the Stanford community that an open dialogue on unionization will be maintained while cautioning them on the gravity of the decision they each have to make.
April 17, 2023
Student participants at health{hacks}’s fourth annual hackathon prototyped tech-driven approaches to osteoarthritis and mental health.
April 27, 2023
There have been calls for the departmentalization of the African and African American Studies (AAAS) program for a number of years from students and faculty. Those calls are now being realized with the backing of the University.
Feb. 1, 2023
Professor David Palumbo-Liu argues that inclusive language is necessary to create a truly diverse educational experience. "We need to patiently get back to defining our core values... and granting each other the right to make a mistake, for that is something essential to education," he writes.
April 4, 2023
At a rally on Monday, speakers brought up persistent issues facing Stanford graduate students, including lack of affordability, food insecurity and mental health issues.
April 5, 2023
Sarah Reyes and Danny Sallis, organizers with Students for Workers' Rights, urge fellow undergraduates to support the recent unionization campaign by Stanford graduate workers. "While graduate students face some unique challenges," they write, "many of their concerns are shared by the entire student body and the Stanford community as a whole."
Jan. 23, 2023
Professor Christopher Lemons argues that Stanford University should become a leader in inclusive education for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. "Not only will students with IDD benefit from university opportunities, but the broader educational environment on campus will also grow stronger by embracing this diversity," he writes.
April 3, 2023
This platform, writes the Stanford Graduate Workers Union, "will only continue to evolve as the union grows to hear and represent every graduate worker on campus."
Nov. 27, 2022
This fall quarter, a group of students has been coming together over lunch every week as part of Stanford’s first course on Islamophobia.
Jan. 3, 2022
Members from the Stanford Asian Pacific American Alumni Club write that Stanford undervalues its Asian American Studies program. As a result, they argue it is losing brilliant instructors who can teach in the program.
Nov. 3, 2022
California K-12 school teachers support Prop. 28 and discuss the importance of arts education.
Nov. 10, 2022
A roundtable of approximately 20 indigenous students shared the history of Stanford’s participation in colonialism and called on non-native individuals to support indigenous voices during the Landback Teach-in Nov. 2.
June 9, 2022
"I cried in front of my students as I lied to them, telling them that I would protect them no matter what, all while knowing that my body won’t beat an AR-15. I have felt small. I needed to remind myself that we, recent and new Stanford graduates, stand on the shoulders of giants," writes 2020 graduate and English teacher Jack Golub.
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