An update to Stanford’s Admission Officer Directory last week removed Assistant Director of Admissions Karen Alonzo ’11 from its contact list, two days after campus The Fountain Hopper exposed details of her personal, formerly public Instagram content and its connection to the official Stanford Admission account.
At 8,000 contiguous acres, Stanford’s campus stands as the largest in the United States — but is it big enough to justify an Uber ride?
The students convened in the courtyard outside of Serra house in Stern Hall and walked down Galvez Mall to President Marc Tessier-Lavigne’s office in the Main Quad, where they presented letters of discontent to administrators.
The move reflects a growing desire among admissions directors to remove financial barriers to students applying to college. Allowing students to self-report test scores alleviates the financial burden of submitting official score reports.
In collaboration with the Women’s Coalition, ASSU executives Justice Tention ’18 and Vicki Niu ’18 have reinstated a pilot initiative to offer free menstrual products on campus.
From Sunday through Thursday evenings, the LaIR serves as a hub for CS106 students seeking tutoring from section leaders and course helpers. Everyone who works in the LaIR is a member of the CS198 program, a group of 90 undergraduate and graduate students responsible for teaching section for Stanford’s introductory CS courses: CS106A, CS106B, CS106X and CS106L.
Smoke from rampant North Bay wildfires enveloped Stanford campus and the surrounding Bay Area Wednesday, prompting the University to release an AlertSU Community Alert warned the community of the substandard air quality.