On Tuesday evening, all but one member of the Undergraduate Senate voted to table bills to impeach Constitutional Council members Brian Baran J.D. ’18 and Jonathan York J.D. ’18 until next meeting.
Justice Tention ’18 and Vicki Niu ’18 were elected as the 2017-2018 ASSU Executives with 1,374 votes. Voter turnout rates for undergraduate and graduate students were 55.49 percent and 29.80 percent, respectively.
In the aftermath of Trump’s executive order to suspend entry from seven countries, international students suddenly face indefinite separation from their families, the potential loss of their degrees and careers they had secured after graduation.
Alina Utrata ’16 is one of 40 recipients of the 2017 Marshall Scholarships, which finance young Americans of high ability to study for a graduate degree in the United Kingdom. The Daily interviewed her about her journey studying human rights.
During the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, J Street U Stanford raised awareness for the Palestinian settlement of Susya by holding discussions and a sleep-in in a “sukkah” (temporary shelter) of their own construction.
Amid a period of uncertainty in the US-China relationship, professor of political science Francis Fukuyama urged student participants at the Forum for American/Chinese Exchange at Stanford (FACES) to take a more nuanced, historical view of bilateral relations.