The PIH Reporting process will replace the Acts of Intolerance Protocol, focusing on the harmed student to ensure that those affected by such incidents feel heard and valued.
The updated COVID-19 protocols come as most students are set to arrive at Stanford for fall quarter in under two weeks and amid a slight uptick in positive cases on campus.
Stanford may be the first university in the Bay Area to enact such a requirement.
The petition condemns SCR's social media campaign and asks the University to affirm its commitment to enforcing Stanford's community standards and initiate a Fundamental Standard investigation into SCR's actions.
Cricket Bidleman cited the prioritization of self-care as central to her decision to step down from her role. ASSU President Christian Giadolor '21 M.A. '22 will now have the opportunity to appoint a new vice president via a thorough selection and confirmation process.
Many have criticized Wilder's dismissal, with some raising concerns about SCR’s willingness to damage the livelihoods of fellow students and alumni and others condemning the AP for acting on SCR’s comments and dismissing a journalist following criticism of her past activism.
A brief overview of the Clery Act, a consumer protection law that requires colleges and universities to be transparent about campus crime, and how it relates to the incidents listed in The Daily's weekly Police Blotter.
This report covers a selection of incidents from May 4 to May 11 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin.
Giadolor and Bidleman now have the opportunity to actualize the vision of their L.E.A.D. Stanford slate, which represents their values of love, empathy, advocacy and direction.
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.