Cory Booker's Stanford Columns Show His Transformation Into Who He Is Today
A look back at the early 1990s.
Cory Booker was not your average college student. At Stanford the New Jersey senator was a star football player, a Rhodes Scholar, and an active voice in the student community.
Booker received a dean's award for service his senior year, he created a peer-counseling program for black college students, and he was senior class president.
Booker also also maintained a regular column in the school newspaper, The Stanford Daily, a glance at which shows his transformation from a 18-year-old dude-bro into the person Booker is today.