Eli Bildner
Dec 6, 2016 · 1 min read

Dear readers,

We’re very pleased to share with you our newest issue of nondisclosure — the GSB’s student-run online magazine. Read about:

- What a GSB alumna learned in making a film about her sexual assault (by Gwen Van de Pas)

- GSB’ers “messiest” situations

- Why we need to talk about sexism (from Stephanie Madner)

- How to survive the holidays outside the GSBubble (by Lauren Dachille)

- What the Oregon Trail would look like as a GSB case study (from Charles Zhu and yours truly)

- What you can expect from a morning with artificial intelligence (by Konstantine Buhler)

- Finding nature where we least anticipate it (by Nadine Lehner)

If you like what you read, please recommend, comment, and/or share.

Thanks for reading,

Eli, Cameron, and Nadine

PS: With this issue of nondisclosure, we also bid a formal farewell to our founding editor, Nadine Lehner, who’s finally leaving Stanford behind with MBA and MS in hand. Thanks for everything, Nadine!

non disclosure

An online magazine written by and for the Stanford GSB community.

Eli Bildner

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Lover of parables, paradoxes, and romantic notions. More writing at elibildner.com.

non disclosure

An online magazine written by and for the Stanford GSB community.

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