VERTICAL VIDEO | Stanford PhD Student Vince Pane Carves Out His Own Space
Vince Pane, 27, started wood sculpting as a kid growing up in Colorado. He’s made nearly 100 pieces. As a student at Stanford, his dorm became his studio and the campus is his training ground for his many hobbies. He also tailors clothes, makes jewelry, and is training to be on American Ninja Warrior.
At the end of a tumultuous election, nearly four million Americans were once again left out. That’s because Americans living in Guam, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa, and the Northern Mariana Islands do not have the right to vote for president.
PODCAST + WEB | UC Considering Boosting Aid to Most Needy Students Amid Pandemic
As students across the nation grapple with the challenges of a virtual semester, the University of California is considering expanding its definition of basic needs beyond minimal food and shelter.
VIDEO + PRINT | San Francisco’s only Chamorro Restaurant Persists Amid Pandemic
Prubechu’s culinary ambitions and business, like many others, have been hard-hit by the pandemic. General manager Shawn Camacho says he considers being able to open their doors a blessing he tries to remember every day. Prubechu' is the only Chamorro restaurant in San Francisco.
East Bay Congressman and former Democratic Presidential candidate Eric Swalwell (D-Dublin) said he is worried Donald Trump could “incite violence” and summon “militiamen” to the White House to protect him if he loses the Nov. 3 presidential election.