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Nicole Johnson
Nicole Johnson is a high school student writing as part of The Daily’s Summer Journalism Workshop.

‘The stone is rolling’: screenwriting Stanford alumnae talk industry shifts in Arts webinar

The Aug. 3 “Arts Alumni: Live from their Living Room” webinar presented by Stanford Arts and moderated by Lauren Clark ’20 showcased the honest –– and oftentimes downright hilarious –– voices of the female screenwriters behind “Hidden Figures” (2016) and the live-action “Mulan” (2020), Allison Schroeder ’01, Elizabeth Martin ’00 and Lauren Hynek.

‘Ge Wang and the Ocarina of the Sublime’: Webinar showcases music and tech ingenuity

Nestled on campus between Florence Moore Hall, Lake Lagunita and the Upper Row, a quaint mansion perches atop a grassy hill. Fondly dubbed “Karma” by its users, Stanford’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) shepherds several multi-disciplinary programs that employ computers for sound production and technological advancement. Amid its staff is associate…

Voices of a changing Pride at Stanford

The month of June typically hosts a slew of LGBTQ+ Pride festivities that commend its community’s colorful past and present. The streets of American cities are laden with rainbow-clad paraders, embellished floats, song and dance; congregating is often central to celebrations. This June, no such parades spotted urban hubs. Instead, Black Lives Matter activists took…
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