Regulation changes dominated Wednesday’s Graduate Student Council (GSC) meeting, with a heated debate prior to passage of a special fees bill — recently passed by the Undergraduate Senate — and a discussion about amending campaign rules.
Attacking a system that produces villains, Stanford Prof. Emeritus Philip Zimbardo lectured at Cubberley Auditorium Thursday evening, interspersing jokes with mentions of Hitler, obesity and torturing puppies.
Potential constitutional revision dominated Wednesday’s GSC meeting, with a proposed bill to reduce special fees spending and talk of clarifying the ASSU staff confirmation process with members still upset over the rejection of Farah Abuzeid ’10 to the position of co-chief of staff.
Chemistry Chair Richard (Dick) Zare was honored on Jan. 6 with the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring. He was among 87 recipients of the award, which was presented by Pres. Obama at the White House…
The first Graduate Student Council (GSC) meeting of the new year kicked off Wednesday night with discussion of the Undergraduate Senate’s failure to confirm Farah Abuzeid ’10 as ASSU co-joint chief of staff. Abuzeid was approved unanimously by the GSC in November, and last night’s announcement led to a critique of the lack of appointment process literature in the constitution.
After a year-long battle with colon cancer, Medical School Prof. Geoffrey Brant Walton died peacefully in his home on Dec. 17, at the age of 34.
Every time Pakistani students Asfandyar Ali Mir ‘12 and Shahryar Kamal Malik ‘12 enter the United States, they are detoured to a separate room for questioning.
Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, it is no surprise that Stanford is home to many brilliant emerging minds in Computer Science (CS). However, within this group of talented students, there is an even more distinguished group–those who make it into the CS section leading program.