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Dominica Wambold in Writing

Below you can find pieces written by Dominica elsewhere on the web.

Oliver Stone discusses Hiroshima, Cold War - By Dominica Wambold

“Rethink your history, America, because you’re not the benevolent indispensable nation that we pretend to be,” said award-wining filmmaker Oliver Stone last Friday night. “We need an alternate history and more compassion for other histories, other points of view.”

Bowen pressures top universities to fix increasing education costs - By Dominica Wambold

“William G. Bowen, former president of Princeton University, drew attention to the crippling debt burden placed on students by universities in his two-part talk on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Emphasizing the power of institutions like Stanford and Princeton, he argued that a cooperative and immediate effort by elite universities could pull America’s national higher education system back from the brink of disaster.”

Three Stanford graduates named national finalists at the 41st Student Academy Awards - By Dominica Wambold

“Last Friday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the winners of the 41st Student Academy Awards. Among the 15 winners were two recent Stanford M.F.A. graduates who have continued the Stanford film program’s tradition of excellence in this prestigious competition after a two-year lull.”

Female ROTC cadets look forward to combat eligibility - By Dominica Wambold

“While the Pentagon’s decision last month to lift its ban on women serving in combat has garnered national attention, the announcement will also directly affect the female cadets of Stanford’s Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC).”

University submits proposal for Stanford in NYC program - By Dominica Wambold

Plans for a Stanford program in New York City have continued to take shape in recent weeks, punctuated by the University’s submission of a 115-page proposal to the New York State Board of Education.”

MGMT headlines Frost to mixed reviews - By Dominica Wambold

“Headliners MGMT filled Laurence Frost Amphitheatre on Saturday afternoon with more than 5,000 students and guests, but never performed high school hit “Kids,” their most famous song.”

Student scripts way out of special fees requests - By Dominica Wambold

“With the buzz on campus about the amount of money that voluntary student organizations (VSOs) receive from students through the special fees process, Paul Benigeri ’15 has a simple solution—a computer script allowing students to opt out of the special fees process.”

Designathon seeks to increase engagement in public service - By Dominica Wambold

“Design for America (DFA)’s first annual Designathon at Stanford brought together more than 20 students this weekend to brainstorm ways of addressing low engagement in public service on campus.”

Student athlete majors mirror general student body choices - By Dominica Wambold

“Stanford student-athletes tend to favour the same majors as the general student body, according to data from the Office of the University Registrar. The most popular major among student-athletes was HumBio, with 69 declared student-athletes, the same major that was most popular among the graduating class of 2012.”

Bowen pressures top universities to fix increasing education costs - By Dominica Wambold

“William G. Bowen, former president of Princeton University, discussed how online education could help fix crippling student debt in a two-part lecture held on Wednesday and Thursday. (MEHMET INONU/The Stanford Daily) William G. Bowen, former president of Princeton University, drew attention to the crippling debt burden placed on students by universities in his two-part talk on Wednesday and Thursday evenings.”

Bowen pressures top universities to fix increasing education costs - Dominica Wambold, Stanford Daily

“William G. Bowen, former president of Princeton University, discussed how online education could help fix crippling student debt in a two-part lecture held on Wednesday and Thursday. (MEHMET INONU/The Stanford Daily) William G. Bowen, former president of Princeton University, drew attention to the crippling debt burden placed on students by universities in his two-part talk on Wednesday and Thursday evenings.”