As the Faculty Senate approaches a vote next month on a controversial class scheduling proposal, University Registrar Tom Black and Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Harry Elam fielded questions and concerns from about 10 students during a town hall-style meeting Wednesday evening.
During a virtual emergency meeting this weekend, the ASSU Undergraduate Senate approved an amendment to the ASSU Constitution that, if passed by the student body during the spring elections, will allow some Senate seats to be reserved for upperclassmen.
As the ASSU Executive’s winter quarter food truck pilot program comes to an end, a lack of student demand means that late-night food trucks will not return to campus in the spring. Lunch trucks, organized by food truck management company Off the Grid, will return next quarter, while Net Appetit, a popular and long-serving food truck, is unlikely to come back.
The California sun is not the only perk for Stanford’s student government leaders, with the president of the Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) enjoying a relatively large stipend and several unique privileges compared to his peers at other elite institutions.
The Graduate Student Council (GSC) voted Wednesday evening in favor of extending current Nominations Commission (NomCom) appointees’ terms until June 17 or the completion of the current nominations cycle. The meeting was the GSC’s first since the transition from last year’s representatives on Sunday.
The Graduate Student Council (GSC) returned to the subject of the Alternative Review Process (ARP) in its final meeting Wednesday evening, ultimately echoing the 13th Undergraduate Senate’s decision to defer further discussion and voting on the issue until new representatives take office next week.