The resolution asks that R&DE “suspend their current process reassigning students” currently on campus for the winter quarter so that they don’t have to move over spring break.
Stanford administration announced plans to have multiple all-sophomore residences starting fall quarter of the 2021-22 academic year in an email sent to frosh.
Senators also reviewed a resolution against rehousing students for the spring quarter and made plans to discuss University communication and Opportunity Fund resources in an upcoming meeting with Vice Provost of Student Affairs Susie Brubaker-Cole.
Frosh council is facilitating community among frosh amid the pandemic through weekly socials dubbed "Frosh Fridays."
“I'm pretty tired and fatigued in general, pretty anxious in general and we're also in week eight,” Senate Chair Micheal Brown ’22 said, emphasizing that senators should keep the context of the election and pandemic in mind while creating goals for the rest of the year. “This moment … really matters,” Brown said.
The project, which was co-founded in April by law professor Nate Persily J.D. ’88 and MIT political science professor Charles Stewart III A.M. ’82 Ph.D ’85, produces research reports and resources to ensure elections “proceed with integrity, safety, and equal access” during the pandemic.
Students asked the University for an expansion of Opportunity Fund eligibility, academic accommodations and a more concrete response to anti-Black racism at a listening session hosted by the Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) and Student Affairs on Wednesday. With about 30 audience members in attendance, panelists included Vice Provost for Student Affairs Susie Brubaker-Cole,…
Undergraduate senators debated urging the University to eliminate the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) exam as a requirement for graduate studies admissions at their Thursday meeting. The senators discussed five resolutions passed by the Graduate Student Council (GSC) but did not pass any resolutions or bills of their own.
If you’re wondering, apparently Coffee Cup can walk on water. No explanation has been given. Today’s mini-game was the classic two truths and a lie: the winners, Crepe Cake and yes homo, won by fishing out the most lies. Popular video diary mentions, romantic and platonic, include Papi Pablo, Pineapple Princess, yes homo and Moscow…
The sophomore class presidents announced on Sept. 3 that Ecy King ’23 would be joining them via an email to the class of 2023, a month after Isa Terrazas ’23 stepped down from the post.
A coalition of eight student groups asked administrators to respond to student demands and make Stanford a more “just and equitable institution” in a “reverse town hall” on Thursday afternoon. Over 400 students, alumni and community members attended the presentation, which centered “A Roadmap to Reopening with Justice and Equity,” the coalition’s vision statement and…