The Daily sat down with Kyla Zhao '21 to discuss her six-figure book deal, Asian representation and breaking into publishing.
Structured like an autobiography, Siegel’s book offers valuable insight into his student activism at Stanford and activism throughout his post-grad life, coming from someone who has dedicated his life to reform.
It has been one year since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. In recognition of this anniversary, we asked our readers to send in photos of their personal experiences throughout the last year. From spontaneous adventures to online bonding, 2020 brought many new memories and will certainly be remembered for years to come. Click on…
Amid the pandemic, growing Anti-Asian sentiment across the country and the formation of the Stop Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Hate movement as Asian communities’ response to racism and xenophobia, celebrations for Lunar New Year were markedly different from any other in the past.
On Feb. 16, just a few days following Lunar New Year celebrations, the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University introduced its new Asian American Art Initiative (AAAI).
Isabel Wilkerson, a Pulitzer Prize Winning journalist and author of 'Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents,' spoke with the Stanford community on Jan 28.
There is much more to be done to ensure that we reach a future not of mere normalcy but one of solutions.
While many Vietnamese voters continue to be outspoken in their passion for Trump, there is a growing divide within Vietnamese families as the younger generations align their support with Biden rather than Trump.