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Frequent Nordstrom Shopper Adds “Activism” To Resume

February 12, 2017 6:00 pmComments Off on Frequent Nordstrom Shopper Adds “Activism” To Resume
Frequent Nordstrom Shopper Adds “Activism” To Resume

PALO ALTO, CA – Pondering President Trump’s recent attacks on Nordstrom and the implications of that day’s pre-spring shopping spree, Palo Alto resident and known Nordstrom enthusiast Andrea Stevens added “Activism” to the “Interests/Activities” section of her resume early Sunday evening.  “As soon as I saw Trump attacking Nordstrom on Twitter, […]

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Student Protests Twitter Character Limit By Not Completing Any of His Sentenc

December 2, 2016 9:00 amComments Off on Student Protests Twitter Character Limit By Not Completing Any of His Sentenc
Student Protests Twitter Character Limit By Not Completing Any of His Sentenc

Senior Justin Henshaw rose to Stanford-wide internet infamy Sunday after taking a stand against Twitter’s 140-character limit. Alongside friends who have led the #NoDAPL campus movement against the Dakota Access Pipeline, various walkouts, and several support rallies, Justin has become a strong figurehead for student-led activism at Stanford. “I just really […]

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Recent Alum Happy to Have Left Activism Behind

November 16, 2015 12:00 pmComments Off on Recent Alum Happy to Have Left Activism Behind
Recent Alum Happy to Have Left Activism Behind

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – This week has proved a difficult one for the United States and the world. From racially motivated threats across college campuses to terrorist attacks in Paris and Beirut, activists of all stripes have heard their call to action. Not everyone, however, has immediately taken to the […]

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