Amid student calls to rethink police presence on campus and in mental health situations, the Stanford Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) is often still the first response for mental health emergency calls.
Santa Clara County adopted looser coronavirus restrictions after the state lifted its regional stay-at-home order on Monday.
SATIRE: A University spokesperson wrote that these allegations were “bizzare, yet not technically incorrect from some perspectives.”
The University clarified its winter quarter testing protocol — which will involve optional tests before coming to campus, two tests upon arrival and twice-weekly testing afterward — in a Monday email to students.
Students living in on-campus housing are now able to register for households consisting of no more than eight students who reside in the same residential facility or area.
When asked about changes to the testing policy, Communications Director for the Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs Pat Harris wrote that “The testing cadence has not changed. Stanford students are still required to be tested once per week.”
Furr wrote that students living in on-campus residences will be allowed to form “households” or “social pods,” comprising no more than eight students, within housing facilities.
Students, including student staff, contend that CAPS and CST have not communicated consistent policies or practices about options for mental health resources, creating confusion and distrust.
The Chicks (previously known as the Dixie Chicks) broke their 14-year hiatus this summer with the release of their eighth studio album “Gaslighter” on Friday, July 17. Unlike the band’s previous work, which took an overtly political stance after their blacklisting in 2004, the new LP is less political and more heartfelt.
The account allows members of the Stanford community to submit anonymous posts to the account’s owner through direct messages, which are then posted on the page. The recent wave of posts marked a departure from the account’s usual more light-hearted content. The owner of the Stanford Missed Connections account wrote on the page’s Instagram story that once they were done posting the posts that they’ve already received, they would help to create a new page that will function as a public forum for the discussion of sexual violence and harassment on campus.
If you want an album that is easy to listen to, "3.15.20" may not be the album for you. But, if you want an album that you can enjoy for years to come, that you can spend weeks thinking about, and that is the culmination of the Childish Gambino project, then "3.15.20" is the album for you.
Senator Bernie Sanders’ folk album “We Shall Overcome” is not an act of musical genius. The tracklist of five songs contributes nothing profound or noteworthy to either the medium or the genre of folk music. In fact, Sander’s album is remarkably unkind to the ears but it does provide a musical and easy-to-follow chronology of his personal views early in his political career worth listening to.