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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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Board Members Estimate Grandchildren Will Be Rich Enough to Avoid Whatever Global Warming Throws at Them Anyway

May 2, 2016 12:01 pmComments Off on Board Members Estimate Grandchildren Will Be Rich Enough to Avoid Whatever Global Warming Throws at Them Anyway
Board Members Estimate Grandchildren Will Be Rich Enough to Avoid Whatever Global Warming Throws at Them Anyway

The Board of Trustees announced this week that, despite countless student protests, petitions, and calls by faculty to divest Stanford of fossil fuels, they will ultimately not modify the university’s existing investment portfolio. But while many were confused by the decision to support an industry that has proven to be […]

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Fossil Free Stanford Faces Opposition from 
Stanford Dinosaur Memorial Coalition

February 9, 2015 12:00 pmComments Off on Fossil Free Stanford Faces Opposition from 
Stanford Dinosaur Memorial Coalition
Fossil Free Stanford Faces Opposition from 
Stanford Dinosaur Memorial Coalition

With momentum building in favor of a divestment referendum in the Spring, Fossil Free Stanford now faces its most formidable opponent yet on the path to clearing campus of fossilized remains: the Stanford Dinosaur Memorial Coalition. “Fossil Free Stanford simply has no respect for our semi-reptilian ancestors or their on-campus […]

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