In response to the Board of Trustees’ Monday statement of refusal to divest from the fossil fuel industry, Fossil Free Stanford (FFS) held a protest rally Wednesday in front of Memorial Church.
Madeleine Lippey ‘18 is out to reshape the conversation around sexual violence on campus. Last Saturday, she worked with an array of cosponsors to host the Fearless Conference, which provides a centralized and safe space for Stanford students to discuss topics surrounding sexual violence, including masculinity, sex education, survivor support and Title IX policies.
Several freshmen dorms’ resident fellows express disapproval of the Peer Health Educators (PHEs) program’s wage system by refusing to hire PHEs for their dorms next year. The following dorms will no longer have PHEs: Arroyo, Cedro, FroSoCo, Junipero, Larkin and Twain.
As students carry out their civic duties this week, they will notice a referendum on the elections ballot for a new Campus Climate Survey.
In a race for sponsorships, the Stanford Solar Car Project (SSCP) must search for other sources of funding as long-time supporter Volkswagen renegotiates financial support.
As a result of Club Sports filing solely a special fees request with the Undergraduate Senate and not a joint-fees request, the Senate lacks sufficient funds to accommodate many other student groups’ special fees requests for next year.
Jeff Small ’95, president and co-CEO of Amblin Partners (formerly Dreamworks Studios) and Trevor Macy ’92, founder and CEO of Intrepid Pictures discussed the process of entering the corporate side of film industry in a conversation with Harry Elam and students.
At a talk hosted by Stanford’s Graduate School of Business Big Ideas Club and Silicon Valley Science Fiction Society on Saturday night that intertwined philosophy with technology, inventor and entrepreneur Adam M. Curry revealed the ideas behind the soon-to-be released Entangled, an app for people to explore and experiment with the nature of “collective consciousness” and reality.