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Erin Woo
Erin Woo '21 is The Daily's Vol. 259 Editor-in-Chief. Born and raised in Atlanta, GA, she is studying communications and creative writing at Stanford. She has also reported for The Mercury News and WNYC. Contact her at eic 'at' stanforddaily.com.

Stanford athletes spray slogans on Building 10 after 36 Sports Strong Rally

Following the 36 sports strong rally, some athletes sprayed “You can’t cut us” and other slogans with red and white washable chalk on Building 10, the office of the University president. The slogans included “KSR” (Keep Stanford Rowing) and “KSW” (Keep Stanford Wrestling) but were painted by members of the men’s wrestling team, according to an athlete who was present.

‘Swamp Thing: Twin Branches’ and stepping through the one-way door

Give this book to anyone who has ever tried to remake themselves in their own image, or hey, just pick it up for yourself: In this endless, terrible year, with a slow drip of horror coming in every moment through our newsfeeds, trapped in a summer that seems to be spooling out forever — what a comfort it is to remember that we can choose to change ourselves, even if we are still waiting for fall to start.

Up in the air

Jay Gonzalez — American Airlines flight attendant, Zumba instructor, polyglot, spouse and now Stanford grad — looks back on a tumultuous four years.
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