Discussion over an election regulation of the Graduate Student Council (GSC) engineering district spots arose during Wednesday evening’s brief council meeting. Council members also elected new co-equipment masters.
These freshmen aren’t alone in this housing dilemma. Despite changes to the housing system to streamline the process of choosing housing preferences, there’s one thing the new draw system doesn’t simplify: draw-ma. Draw-ma, or the tension that inevitably results from forming draw groups and ranking living preferences, is a mainstay of the housing process every year.
The first meeting of the new Graduate Student Council (GSC) kicked off Wednesday evening with voting on funding committee bylaw updates and the filling of more officer positions.
In a glimpse of next year’s funding landscape for Stanford student groups — a sometimes contentious place this year amid tightened policies — Appropriations Committee Chair Anton Zietsman ’12 called a meeting on Thursday for financial officers to voice their suggestions about the funding process…
Approving the fiscal year 2011 budget, outgoing Graduate Student Council members smoothly passed the torch to the new council on Wednesday night and concluded their terms with occasionally sad goodbyes.
Seven months after the University rolled out a new Stanford Card Plan, students and administrators are evaluating the plan’s usefulness to those looking to cover money for books before financial aid arrives or simply to print from cluster computers.
Last Thursday afternoon, Jackson Dartez ’13, Head House Host (HoHo) for Ujamaa, was camped out in front of Arrillaga Alumni Center, waiting for the throngs of prospective freshmen (ProFros) to roll in for Admit Weekend.
As the current Graduate Student Council term comes to an end, members are scrambling to set the stage for the incoming council, discussing budget and bylaw updates and concluding their final projects.