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Drinking fountains to be installed in Crothers, FloMo

BASES launches new online platform for entrepreneurship

Center for South Asia holds teach-in on caste in India

Panel of international leaders discuss issues in global education

Sororities see growth in membership, poses housing problems

Students start CS + Mental Health to improve mental health

Stanford Voter Project recruits residents to persuade dorm mates to vote

A cappella groups perform songs for Hennessy at Block Party

ASSU Sexual Assault Prevention committee, Task Force address sexual assault

Documentary on Indo-Pak Partition

The partition of the British Indian Empire was one of the greatest tragedies of the world. It was a defining moment in history that massively impacted the lives of the people of both countries, the newly created India and Pakistan. The partition also resulted in the displacement of around 15 million Sikhs, Hindus and Muslims, who migrated between the two countries. As a result of this forced migration, people were uprooted from their homelands, leaving them with scarred hearts and minds. And those who survived the tragedy and are now the residents of India and Pakistan, are struggling to put up with the pain.