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Sept. 27, 2016
In responding to Whose Teaching Us, Stanford claims to be committed to faculty diversity, but the BOSP program in Cape Town tells a different story. I attended the recently completed summer quarter program and was disheartened with what I found.
May 2, 2016
The Who's Teaching Us held several actions during admit weekend.
April 22, 2016
The demands of the Who's Teaching Us movement has brought increased attention to the pay and working conditions of Ethnic Theme Associates, a kind of student dorm staff.
April 22, 2016
The Who's Teaching Us movement has called for an increase in non-western study abroad locations.
April 15, 2016
Data shows that Stanford’s faculty has grown increasingly diverse over the past decade, but the pace of change has been slow.
April 1, 2016
A Friday afternoon meeting by the group “Who’s Teaching Us” (WTU) packed a room at the Black Community Services Center as the group held an information session on their demands for change. Approximately 150 to 250 people listened to a presentation of the demands and a following question and answer session.
June 30, 2020
“The events of recent weeks following the murder of George Floyd have made us all painfully aware of the shameful legacy of anti-Black racism and how it endures in our communities and our country,” University President Marc Tessier-Lavigne wrote. “Unfortunately, our campus is not immune from such pernicious forces.”
June 8, 2020
I fear that in arguing about “holding to standards” and “being fair” we are ignoring the larger picture which, I would argue, we have ignored at our peril. Writing this op-ed was the least I could do. What can you do to recognize just how profoundly they have been affected?
June 3, 2020
Those of us who aren’t at the protests are spending our time volunteering for our communities — providing food and water, cleaning up the streets, fundraising for bail funds and community organizations,” the petition st. “For many of us, schoolwork is the last thing on many of our minds.”
March 20, 2018
Through discussions, research and off-campus activism, Student Alliance for Justice in Education (SAJE) aims to cultivate discussion and catalyze change centered around educational reform on campus and beyond.
Oct. 26, 2016
As a response to concerns posed by Who's Teaching Us and other students, SLE has added more texts and speakers to diversify its curriculum.
Oct. 25, 2016
The newly-introduced optional humanities core currently only includes a European books track but is set to be expanded to other non-Western cultures by next year. The Stanford Review calls it “a victory for The Stanford Review and for what [they] stand for.”
Oct. 24, 2016
While the ceremony emphasized Stanford’s roots, Tessier-Lavigne’s speech also addressed future challenges.
Oct. 23, 2016
Stanford’s Structured Liberal Education (SLE), a yearlong liberal arts-focused residential program for Stanford freshman, prioritized disciplinary breadth in its choice of four new lecturers this school year.
May 13, 2016
The decision to deny tenure to a history professor sparked a student protest on Thursday.
May 13, 2016
The Daily asked Nicole Taylor, associate vice provost and dean of community engagement and diversity, about her role and the ongoing discussions with Who's Teaching Us.
May 12, 2016
A Stanford Daily poll has revealed undergraduates' opinions of President Hennessy and a variety of other key issues.
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