A few years ago while visiting the MoMA, I encountered a painting titled “I and the Village” by Marc Chagall. What I found fascinating about the piece was the lack of negative space; scanning the massive canvas, my eyes skipped from one overlapping scene to the next, swimming in swathes of color and never knowing…
Today, I attempt to exist as Asian American, without the expectations of being Asian American. This is far from a perfect solution, but it is the scaffolding I am relying on to pave my path of self-discovery.
Castro, who also served as the mayor of San Antonio, was one of three Stanford alumni in the presidential race. At a campus event in fall, Castro cited his time at Stanford as a catalyst for his interest in politics.
None of these groups are officially recognized as Voluntary Student Organizations (VSOs), but they are nonetheless using their informal platforms to support various Democratic candidates.