Over 100 people gathered in Main Quad last Thursday to advocate for police abolition and express solidarity with system-impacted individuals.
None of the proposed amendments to the ASSU Constitution gathered enough votes to reach a 15% quorum of undergraduate and graduate students.
Reese, Stanford Law School's first Native American faculty member, previously worked with Indigenous tribes for the NAACP. As a professor, she hopes to bolster the role of tribal law in law education.
Incoming and prospective members of the class of 2025 haven't reached consensus about Stanford's new neighborhoods system.
Five scholars were selected last month as the first cohort of IDEAL Provostial Fellows, one of several Stanford initiatives introduced in June to combat anti-Black racism, diversify faculty and support early-career researchers whose work focuses on reshaping race relations.
The Freshmen Senators Act seeks to add a fall election cycle that would allow frosh to run for the Undergraduate Senate. While supporters stressed the value of a frosh perspective in the Senate, opponents expressed concerns about logistical issues and proposed alternative mechanisms of engaging frosh.
Following the University's last minute decision not to invite frosh and sophomores back to campus, student advocacy groups have called on Stanford to support students' needs and heed the voices of student representatives.
Though the state's enduring ban on the policy does not affect Stanford, campus advocates continue to push for statewide affirmative action.
The University drew further criticisms over reportedly not consulting advocates.
This report covers a selection of incidents from Oct. 20 to Oct. 26 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin.
Angela Davis and filmmaker Astra Taylor talked about prison abolition, democracy and capitalism in an event hosted by comparative literature professor David Palumbo-Liu.
In a normal quarter, students in art studio classes have a myriad of materials and machines at their disposal to bring their artistic visions to life. But in light of the shift to online learning, professors are devising creative solutions — up to and including mailing students 3D printers — to address the loss of campus resources.
Despite the proposal’s intentions, faculty and students have questioned whether it will actually benefit FLI students, raising concerns about how the cap may further increase the barrier for entry into certain majors.
Driven by a progressive political and social movement, Stanford students are getting involved in electoral races across the nation.
Since its international release in 2017, TikTok has gained immense traction in the United States, with an estimated 65 to 80 million users nationwide. Its parent company, ByteDance, is based in China — a fact that has led some to question its potential ties to the Chinese Communist Party. As tensions between the United States…