In a short meeting Tuesday night, the 15th ASSU Undergraduate Senate voted to remove the restriction banning senators from studying abroad during their term, in an attempt to make the Senate more attractive to upperclassmen and current senators.
With three-quarters of their term in office completed, this year’s ASSU Executives and members of the 15th Undergraduate Senate sat down with The Daily to discuss their accomplishments in office to date and what remains to be done.
Hannah Valantine, senior associate dean for diversity and leadership at the School of Medicine, has been named the National Institute of Health’s (NIH) first-ever chief officer for scientific workforce diversity.
Gene T. Sykes MBA ’84, an investment banker at Goldman Sachs, has been elected to a five-year term on the Stanford University Board of Trustees.
On Tuesday night, the 15th Undergraduate Senate expressed widespread support for a bill that would remove the current study abroad restriction for sitting senators.
The 15th Undergraduate Senate passed a bill Tuesday night that could alter the makeup of the Senate in the future, as it decided to reserve three Senate seats for upperclassmen.
Coming in as a freshman, Andrew Vogeley had lots of questions, both about Stanford and college life in general. Some of them were answered over the course of the fall; others were not. Here are the top 10 things I learned in my first 10 weeks on the Farm.
In a meeting that lasted almost three hours, the 15th Undergraduate Senate passed a funding bill granting the Stanford Speakers Bureau the $20,000 they needed to secure comedian Aziz Ansari for an on-campus performance.