Although the group does a great job of putting on a consistent variety of high quality small performances, when it comes to large performance with big-name artists, they’re somewhat lacking. When was the last time you went to a big-name concert on campus? Or better yet, when was the last time you went to a concert with more than a couple hundred people there?
At its second meeting of the quarter Tuesday, the ASSU Undergraduate Senate discussed reversing a special fees policy enacted by last year’s Senate. The Senate is set to vote on the special fees bill next week, along Constitutional Council and judicial panel pool nominees.
A sharp increase in full refunds, despite low numbers of requests, can have negative effects on student group funding.
Over the last couple weeks, dorms have had the pleasure of enjoying the 7 a.m. wake-up thunder of roll-outs. It’s auditioning season for student groups! What isn’t heard is the disappointment of those who tried out but weren’t forced to get out of bed and run around campus sycophantically before breakfast…
A bill that would require students to request special fees in person at the Stanford Student Enterprises (SSE) office rather than online, introduced in the ASSU Undergraduate Senate on Tuesday, was retracted over the weekend in a series of efforts to reform special fees funding for student groups.
In a glimpse of next year’s funding landscape for Stanford student groups — a sometimes contentious place this year amid tightened policies — Appropriations Committee Chair Anton Zietsman ’12 called a meeting on Thursday for financial officers to voice their suggestions about the funding process…