The research conducted at Stanford’s Codiga Resource Recovery Center is more relevant as ever as California experiences historic drought.
Lieu, along with fellow alum Rep. Joaquin Castro ’96 (D-Tex.), will be one of nine impeachment managers and present the case for conviction.
Anthony Gonzalez M.B.A ’14 (R-Ohio) voted not to impeach the President in 2019. On Wednesday he changed course, joining the other nine Stanford alumni in the House in impeaching Trump.
No matter what her future path looks like though, her hope is that, ultimately, her legacy is one that benefits working people. “I just want my legacy to be that I helped people who worked hard, that I created a path for people to help themselves,” she said.
Before COVID, he said, he loved going on walks and hearing firsthand what people had to say. “One of the most impactful things about being in public office is when somebody shares their story with you,” he said. “It makes you want to overcome any barrier out there to make the world a better place for them because they’ve shared something that's incredibly personal and sometimes sad or oftentimes hopeful, but always impactful.”
A Department of Public Safety alert reported a mail theft at Peter Coutts Cricle.
If elected, Jones will be the first openly gay Black member of Congress—or, at least, among the first. Nearby, in New York’s 15th district, another Democratic stronghold, openly gay Afro-Latinx candidate Ritchie Torres also currently leading his primary.
On Friday, Stanford Recreation & Wellness hosted an open house at the new all-gender locker room located in the Arrillaga Outdoor Education and Recreation Center (AOERC).
On Thursday, members of the Stanford community gathered in a rally to support the rights of intersex, transgender and gender-expansive people in opposition to a recently leaked Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) memo.