Cardinal Directions
February 4, 2012
An Interview with Miles Unterreiner
Miles Unterreiner is a senior majoring in History. Originally from the town of Gig Harbor in Washington state, he is widely recognized on campus as an athlete and a writer. A distance runner on both the Track team and the Cross Country team, his column, “I Do Choose to Run,” appears every Monday in the Stanford Daily. The column deals primarily with American politics, foreign affairs, and moral philosophy. He has been an editor for both the Stanford Journal of International Relations as well as the undergraduate History journal, “Herodotus.” For the past two years, he has also served as president of Stanford’s chapter of the ACLU.

CARDINAL DIRECTIONS Episode 103: “Miles Unterreiner” February 4, 2012 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

February 4, 2012

An Interview with Miles Unterreiner

Miles Unterreiner is a senior majoring in History. Originally from the town of Gig Harbor in Washington state, he is widely recognized on campus as an athlete and a writer. A distance runner on both the Track team and the Cross Country team, his column, “I Do Choose to Run,” appears every Monday in the Stanford Daily. The column deals primarily with American politics, foreign affairs, and moral philosophy. He has been an editor for both the Stanford Journal of International Relations as well as the undergraduate History journal, “Herodotus.” For the past two years, he has also served as president of Stanford’s chapter of the ACLU.

CARDINAL DIRECTIONS 
Episode 103: “Miles Unterreiner” 
February 4, 2012 
8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

January 28, 2012
An Interview with Joshua Schott
Josh Schott is a sophomore majoring in International Relations. Originally from the town of Whitefish, Montana, he has been an activist for social justice and humanitarian causes since his early teens. Here at Stanford, he is president of Stanford Says No to War, an officer of Students for Palestinian Equal Rights, and a key organizer of the on-going Occupy Stanford movement. This summer, he will be making his second trip to the West Bank to help and show solidarity with the Palestinian struggle. Before he leaves campus, however, one of his primary goals is to introduce a Peace Studies major at Stanford. He talks to us about his various projects and his ideas.

CARDINAL DIRECTIONSEpisode 102: “Joshua Schott”January 28, 20128:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

January 28, 2012

An Interview with Joshua Schott

Josh Schott is a sophomore majoring in International Relations. Originally from the town of Whitefish, Montana, he has been an activist for social justice and humanitarian causes since his early teens. Here at Stanford, he is president of Stanford Says No to War, an officer of Students for Palestinian Equal Rights, and a key organizer of the on-going Occupy Stanford movement. This summer, he will be making his second trip to the West Bank to help and show solidarity with the Palestinian struggle. Before he leaves campus, however, one of his primary goals is to introduce a Peace Studies major at Stanford. He talks to us about his various projects and his ideas.

CARDINAL DIRECTIONS
Episode 102: “Joshua Schott”
January 28, 2012
8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

January 21, 2012
An Interview with Amrita Lonkar
Amrita Lonkar is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Originally from the city of Aligarh in northern India, she did her undergraduate work at IIT Kanpur and holds a master’s degree from Stanford. Amrita’s research focuses on using computers to simulate the flow of air across a plasma actuator. She is especially interested in the use of plasma actuators to control the flow around wind turbines. It is a technology that may soon change the face of renewable energy and revolutionize modern aviation.

CARDINAL DIRECTIONSEpisode 101: “Amrita Lonkar”January 21, 20128:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

January 21, 2012

An Interview with Amrita Lonkar

Amrita Lonkar is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Originally from the city of Aligarh in northern India, she did her undergraduate work at IIT Kanpur and holds a master’s degree from Stanford. Amrita’s research focuses on using computers to simulate the flow of air across a plasma actuator. She is especially interested in the use of plasma actuators to control the flow around wind turbines. It is a technology that may soon change the face of renewable energy and revolutionize modern aviation.

CARDINAL DIRECTIONS
Episode 101: “Amrita Lonkar”
January 21, 2012
8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.