Suites residents reached an agreement with the University that they will be allowed to manage their own dining areas and chefs for the upcoming academic year, ending a months-long conflict between Suites Dining, formally known as the Governor’s Corner Dining Societies and Residential Education (ResEd), according to Nate Boswell, associate dean of Residential Education, in an email to The Daily.
Last Friday, after several delays, the Office of Judicial Affairs (OJA) closed a survey to gauge student attitudes towards the Honor Code as part of a review initiated by Vice Provost of Student Affairs Greg Boardman. The review is the first to be conducted in 13 years.
Contract negotiations between the nurses and administrators at Stanford Hospital & Clinics (SH&C) and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital (LPCH) took a turn for the worse last month when the nurses voted to authorize a strike. A federal mediator has since requested that both parties return to the bargaining table this Thursday.
Celebrated writer Tim O’Brien, best known for his Vietnam War accounts in award-winning novels “Going After Cacciato” and “The Things They Carried,” delved into his personal experience with war and discussed the ethics of writing about war with Stanford professor and novelist Tobias Wolff during his Stanford visit yesterday.
Novelist Tim O’Brien talks to The Daily about his ideal reader, whether his relationship to Vietnam has changed, and why his next project is about being an older father.
In an effort to curb the recent increase in alcohol-related medical emergencies on campus, University officials are now turning to parents to encourage their students to drink in moderation.
Before she even opened her mouth to speak, Judith Jamison received a standing ovation from the audience at Cubberley Auditorium on Monday night, when the world-renowned artistic director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater was interviewed by Harry Elam, vice provost for undergraduate education, and shared her life story and love of dance.
In a 4-2 vote on Tuesday, during which all six of the university’s current sororities were present, Alpha Phi was hailed the new sorority over Delta Gamma.