The Daily explains Title IX and gives a condensed overview of how the contentious issue has evolved on campus.
It sometimes seems like Stanford exists in a special distortion of the space time continuum. The sun goes up and the sun goes down, but you could be forgiven for thinking that time stands still. The grass is almost always green. The weather is almost always great. The people almost always say they are doing…
In particular, Residential & Dining Enterprises’ (R&DE) failure to bolt bunk beds and other tall furniture to the walls appears to contradict federal guidelines, and students do not regularly drill for earthquakes.
All but two kitchens on campus passed unconditionally, meaning they had no more than one major violation of the Santa Clara County Department of Environmental Health’s standards.
The Stanford Daily conducted a poll about the upcoming ASSU election.
A benefit concert to help refugees, organized by the Muslim Student Union, raised over $1,500 dollars on Saturday evening.
“This is a major step forward in providing low-cost, low-draft graduate student housing,” Provost Persis Drell said. “This also takes us closer to our long-term goal of developing every square inch of the Stanford campus.”
In its latest meeting, the Graduate Student Council (GSC) approved a proposal to ask voters for a higher graduate student activity fee and approved a bill seeking student comment on whether Stanford Student Enterprises should divest from fossil fuels.