The Undergraduate Senate met Tuesday to discuss issues facing students after the return to in-person learning.
Stanford Law School (SLS) faculty have voted to require diversity and inclusion training for all instructors, in response to student outcry over racial issues within both SLS and the country at large.
The paychecks are fully funded by Stanford, as part of the University’s plan to support subcontracted workers since the coronavirus pandemic halted most on-campus operations in early March.
“Graduate students need to feel like GSC is relevant to them,” outgoing councilor and fourth-year J.D.-M.A. candidate Julia Neuser told The Daily.
Options for the coming year, such as allowing students of only two class years on campus each quarter and continuing instruction through summer, remain under consideration.
A decision on fall quarter can be expected “sometime in June,” President Marc Tessier-Lavigne announced on Tuesday, as the University faces an anticipated $100 million budget deficit by the end of the fiscal year.
With the majority of undergraduates now off campus, SUDPS has scaled up security patrols to prevent such thefts.
In a Tuesday email to the first-generation and/or low-income (FLI) community, Assistant Vice Provost of Student Affairs Jan Barker-Alexander announced that Symone Morales will be the next director of the FLI Office. Morales is currently a coordinator of first-generation campus-wide initiatives at UCLA, where she “designed and directed initiatives including course creation, alumni relations, and…
Administrators are hoping to resume on-campus operations by fall quarter, which they say won't be possible unless social-distancing orders are relaxed.
Students who receive a C- or better in a spring class will have their grade recorded as S, and students who receive less than a C- will receive NC.
A student-led petition to increase wage premiums, allot additional sick leave and add more staff during the coronavirus response has garnered nearly 900 signatures.
A female student reported approximately six hours of memory loss after consuming alcohol at a party late Friday night.
The existence of affordable housing options requires a complex nexus of public funds, federal and local government agencies, private investment and community interest.
The plaque, which bears a quotation from Miller's 2016 victim statement, marks the completion of a memorial garden to survivors of sexual violence.
After a verbal confrontation, an unidentified man punched the victim, who lost consciousness, according to the alert.
A referral, approved by a 5-0 vote, authorizes county staff to draft updates to the University’s existing land use agreement.
If a majority vote to approve the referral, county staff will move forward with drafting amendments to both the Community Plan and the Land Use Agreement.
The Stanford Alumni Association named concerns about affordability and accessibility in deciding to make membership free starting with the Class of 2020.
Lofgren is one of seven Democratic impeachment managers who act as prosecutors in the trial of President Trump.
Stanford withdrew their proposed General Use Permit on Nov. 1, just five days before the Board of Supervisors would have likely voted to confirm it.
Arguing that their health and needs have been neglected, campus workers are looking to better protect themselves during California’s increasingly dangerous wildfire seasons.