With a split 7-7 vote, the 15th Undergraduate Senate decided not to overturn the newly adopted Board of Judicial Affairs (BJA) bylaws.
Fossil Free Stanford, a student group focused on prompting University divestment from fossil fuels, dominated business at the ASSU Undergraduate Senate’s May 21 meeting. The Senate also discussed its role in the University’s judicial process and passed three bills that supported the Graduate Student Council’s 30K challenge, upgrades of the ASSU accounting staff’s computers, and the budget for fiscal year 2013-14.
At its last meeting, the 14th ASSU Undergraduate Senate voted to fund the Legal Counseling Office (LCO) through general fees reserves. The 15th ASSU Undergraduate Senate was sworn in after the meeting’s conclusion.
At the ASSU Senate’s Jan. 29 meeting, Senator Lauren Miller ’15 announced that the Board of Judicial Affairs (BJA) had approved all of the Senate’s… Continue Reading »
The Department of Education has not complied with the rulemaking processes here, and Stanford University need not follow its lead – and perhaps we ought not to.
Each and every point made by Senator Palpatine, including the personal attacks, we have made in person. In dining halls, we laugh off “SMD is crazy,” but over email, we trip over ourselves to suspend people for violating the Fundamental Standard.