After the University stripped Kappa Sigma of its on-campus housing at the end of winter quarter, the fraternity has begun the appeals process to reverse that decision.
Michael Samuels ’11 was anointed as the new Tree just after 3 a.m. on Thursday.
The Stanford Student Store opened the doors to its new home in Tresidder Union today. Preparations for the store’s launch have been in the works since summer of 2010 and will culminate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony at noon.
The Faculty Senate convened Thursday afternoon to discuss three topics: the possibility of a New York City campus dedicated to engineering and computer science; the impact of the Health Care Reform Bill on faculty and staff members and the future of the University’s libraries.
ASSU President Angelina Cardona ‘11 submitted a bill yesterday to the Undergraduate Senate and Graduate Student Council naming Michael Cruz ‘12 as the new vice president. The Undergraduate Senate and Graduate Student Council will vote to confirm the nomination this week.
The Board of Trustees approved a combined tuition, room and board increase of 3.5 percent for the 2011-2012 academic year. This rise will be applied across the University, with the exception of Stanford Law School, which will see a 5.75-percent hike in its fees.
The Faculty Senate convened Feb. 3 to address three topics: declining interest in the humanities, the opening of the new Graduate School of Business campus and student mental health.
Legacy applicants have better odds of admission at elite colleges than previously estimated, shows a recent study by Michael Hurwitz, a doctoral candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.