A 20-year-old man who was arrested on campus on Oct. 19 for allegedly burglarizing a Palo Alto home may have used an alias while working in a Stanford dining hall, Lt. Sandra Brown of the Palo Alto Police Department told The Daily.
As part of a more holistic approach to food service, Stanford Dining has hired Elaine Magee as its new wellness nutritionist.
The new position is the first full-time nutritionist Stanford Dining has ever supported. Previously, Ricker dining manager Mary Duch served as Dining’s part-time nutritionist. Following the new hire, Duch will be managing Ricker full-time. Vaden Health Center also has a full-time nutritionist, Vivian Cristman, who works with students on individual dietary concerns.
The council discussed a proposed new meal plan Stanford Dining has designed specifically for graduate students. Advertised as the “apartment meal plan,” the program in the fall quarter offers five meals a week and $50 in Cardinal Dollars for $571.