Vinci posted a series of images on his Instagram and Twitter that contained violent imagery directed toward a Black student and a faculty member, as well as racist rhetoric against Black people.
When she selected characters on the audition form for Ram’s Head Theatrical Society’s “Heathers,” Emily Saletan ’24 said she checked off J.D. “not really expecting anything.” Now, she’s the first official female rendition of the role — Janie “J.D.” Dean — bringing an entirely new queer narrative and meaning to the musical.
The GSC unanimously passed a resolution to house Carta as a joint service project in the ASSU and discussed resolutions urging the University to institutionalize test-optional policies implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic.
All five incumbents were reelected in Undergraduate Senate elections, along with eight frosh and two upperclass students. The election had a relatively low voter turnout when compared to previous years.
Following decades of student advocacy, the University is moving forward with a pilot initiative for a disability community space.
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.
Co-chair of the COVID-19 Graduate Student Advisory Committee and second-year sociology Ph.D. candidate Cat Sanchez ’19 shared an open letter aimed to address the lack of community support for COVID-19 guidelines on campus during Monday’s Undergraduate Senate meeting.
Antonio Milane ’25 receives academic scribing accommodations, intends to advocate for broader change to improve access to higher education for people with disabilities.
Disability advocates and community members reflect on the process and hope the OAE accommodations process will become more accessible.
Amid a tumultuous ending to their undergraduate career, seniors reflect on their time at Stanford and encourage underclassmen to explore interests and seek avenues to serve the Stanford community.
Following advocacy and widespread support from the Stanford community, the University has committed to providing Antonio Milane a scribe if he enrolls at Stanford.
Antonio Milane, who has cerebral palsy, asked Stanford to provide him with a scribe for his homework assignments. The University's refusal has gone viral.
OAE presented resources available for graduate students with disabilities and shared the process to receive academic and housing related accommodations.