This report covers a selection of incidents from April 6 to April 13 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin.
The incident, which occurred on Wednesday evening, is currently under investigation.
The bill challenges the Elections Commission's decision to disqualify Micheal Brown's Stanford Gladiators slate after their running mate announced that she had dropped out of the race.
Though the two slates share common visions for Stanford, such as centering the experiences of marginalized students and bridging divides across student populations, they differ in terms of what issues they plan to prioritize and their candidates' respective experiences with the ASSU.
Becerra is the first Latino to hold the position, in which he will play a central role in tackling the COVID-19 pandemic.
The University's policies around gatherings, households and vaccinations have not changed, though Stanford will continue to adjust its protocols in accordance with public health conditions and guidelines.
Through their own storytelling, the journalists are actively seeking to combat the gender and racial disparities that prevail in the newsroom.
This marks Karlan's second appointment to the DOJ's civil rights division, which is charged with upholding civil and constitutional rights for all Americans.
The panelists in Tuesday's conversation agreed that a test-optional system cannot alone transform a process that has long disadvantaged students from low-income families.
If elected, the candidates will influence the platform and leadership of the California Democratic Party.
The victim, who is a Stanford affiliate, did not sustain any physical injuries.
The first-year experience has changed dramatically in the wake of COVID-19, but frosh have found new ways to make the most of their on-campus experience.
Due to address registration issues, graduate residents have reported not being able to receive mail and conduct address changes, among other problems.
Though advertised as objective, standardized tests were designed to reinforce racial and socioeconomic divisions.
The victim, who is a Stanford student, did not incur any physical injuries and no property was stolen.
The alert advised people to “avoid the area if possible” and said that Marguerite buses in the area will be redirected.
Michael Roster was the University’s general counsel from 1993 to 2000 and is now a lecturer at the University of Southern California’s law school.
“However the federal regulations might affect Stanford, our goal remains to provide support for our students and ensure a fair, timely, end effective Title IX process,” wrote Provost Persis Drell in response to the new regulations.
According to SUDPS spokesperson Bill Larson, despite the University's amnesty policy surrounding items reported in student dorms, students can face legal repercussions.
Students who have been awarded grants for summer internships have the option to conduct the internship remotely or postpone their stipend.