Per the Charter, the co-chairs of the BJA “forward[ed] the text of the changes to the chair of the Undergraduate Senate of the Associated Students of Stanford University.
On the space front, the McMurtry Building, due to open in 2015, will allow the Department of Art and Art History to make better use of studio classrooms thanks to increased storage space. In Music, the piano studio (“small and cramped, resulting in a room crammed with pianos to the point of poor acoustics,” according to Rath) has recently received a substantial upgrade.
Students promoting the Fossil Free campaign appear to have not properly researched the reasons for, or implications of, their campaign.
The Daily article contains allegations that must be addressed.
If Stanford continues to oppose the crazy shenanigans of its students, a great part of our tradition and culture will be lost.
I think changes do need to be made, but there is no reason to punish the chefs or for Stanford to hire an outside company to start from scratch!
I don’t know of any other opportunity in which an undergraduate with little or no background in food service could run a small business.