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Sarina Deb
Sarina Deb '23 is a Desk Editor for News. She grew up in the Bay Area and is majoring in political science. Contact her at sdeb7 'at' stanford.edu

Students protest anti-Black racism after death of George Floyd

Students across the country are engaging in protests over the death of George Floyd, a Black man who died in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Monday after being handcuffed and pinned to the ground by a white police officer.

GSC discusses commencement options

The Graduate Student Council (GSC) discussed plans to hold both a virtual and in-person commencement ceremony and introduced a resolution to help finance social events for families of graduate students during its meeting on Wednesday evening.  The resolution, sponsored by fourth-year Ph.D. student in the School of Medicine Lawrence Bai and presented by Escondido Village…

Senior founds nonprofit to foster community for Fuzhounese Americans

Having grown up as a Fuzhounese American in Wisconsin, Jason Lin ’20 channeled his experiences into founding Fuzhou, America, a nonprofit that aims to foster community and mentorship among young Americans with roots in Fuzhou, China.  Like many Americans with Fuzhounese roots, Lin’s family immigrated to the United States in the 1990s and immediately started…

Committee to review ‘Secret Snowflake’ tradition after sexual harassment complaints

University officials and student leaders announced their intention to “begin a discussion” about the “Secret Snowflake” campus tradition following complaints, including some directed to the Title IX Office, about dares that “crossed boundaries of good citizenship” and involved violations of sexual harassment policies.  The announcement came Wednesday afternoon in an email signed by Associated Students…
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