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Jenna Ruzekowicz

Human biology class reflects on COVID-19 from social, cultural, biological perspectives

Amid COVID-19, Stanford course HUMBIO 114: “Global Change and Emerging Infectious Disease” has seen an abundance of students suddenly take interest; enrollment has risen from 23 students in spring 2019 to 64 students this spring, according to ExploreCourses.

Kim Jong-un not dead, just lost in West Stacks

SATIRE: A distant crying noise can also be heard throughout campus, making some believe that Kim Jong-un is trapped in the West Stacks. Activist groups are feverishly planning rescue operations while studying maps of the west stacks, which of course haven't been explored in over 10 years.

White veganism

On the question of veganism, to what degree the global North can ask the global South to sacrifice its cultural identities to prevent further environmental damage?
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