The Graduate Student Council (GSC) met briefly on Wednesday to review upcoming events and student-group funding for winter quarter. ASSU President Angelina Cardona ’11 brought news of the Undergraduate Senate’s effort with GSC co-chair Justin Brown to address last Thursday’s Faculty Senate meeting.
At Wednesday’s Graduate Student Council (GSC) meeting, members welcomed a new voting member, discussed winter quarter programming and voted on a bill passed by the Undergraduate Senate.
Stanford Student Enterprises CEO Raj Bhandari M.S. ’10 encouraged councilmembers to spread the word about his job, which will become vacant when he steps down in June. He took over as CEO in July 2010.
The Graduate Student Council (GSC) began its first meeting of the new year with programming that embraced the winter season.
Graduate students geared up for the upcoming Thanksgiving vacation at this week’s Graduate Student Council (GSC) meeting. Environmental sciences doctoral student Mary Van der Hoven, this year’s Thanksgiving coordinator, anticipates at least 1,200 attendees at this year’s dinner. Based on estimates from last year’s dinner, 20 percent of the dinner’s food will be catered to vegetarian diners.
At this week’s Graduate Student Council (GSC) meeting, members discussed new programming ideas, approved a bill for ASSU executive campaign-spending reform and prepared for the council’s weekend retreat. Over the weekend, the group hopes to clarify its position with regard to annual budgetary and ethical issues and to work on reestablishing its role as voice of the graduate student population.
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.
At this week’s Graduate Student Council meeting, voting members commended student group collaboration, the approval of a new Law School representative and the power of debate.