This report covers a selection of incidents from Feb. 16 to Feb. 23 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety bulletin.
Local leaders called on Governor Gavin Newsom “targeted strategies” for vaccination distribution that takes into account the racial demographics of an area and the virus's lethality.
Stanford has made several changes in response to the reviewers' recommendations, but student and faculty activists are concerned that the University's responses do not sufficiently address the issues identified in the review.
My dad, a Division 1 college basketball coach, communicated the importance of his games to me when he paced the sidelines and slammed his playbook down on the officials’ table during the last two minutes of a tied-up game.
For reasons I can only guess, Zoom has graced me with a five-second delay from the pressing of unmute to my voice being audible to other meeting participants.
My roommate Charlotte and I arrived at a Target parking lot and quickly located the large white tent with an American flag by the entrance. While we waited, we reviewed our instructions from the DNC. Our job for the day would be to protect against voter suppression and eliminate obstacles that might hinder potential voters from voting.
The mom of three-turned-cooking blogger on my TikTok “For You” page (FYP) informs me that she has become an at-home master chef in the midst of quarantine. Are those crepes I see? I think about my diet of Trader Joe’s microwavable vegetarian lunches and grow self-conscious. Maybe more cooking, less “Love Island”? But wait! I,…