University officials on Tuesday announced a new dependent health care offering for students, which Stanford has lacked since 2006.
A Stanford computer science team was named North American champion last weekend at the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ACM-ICPC) World Finals in Harbin, China.
Executive Director of Student Housing Rodger Whitney acknowledges that disabled accessibility is a campus-wide issue, but maintained that his department goes through “great lengths to meet the individual needs of our residents and improve accessibility in our buildings every year…”
Following the effects of El Niño on Northern California, students at Stanford have felt the effects of increased precipitation, high levels of wind, a power outage on Tuesday morning and thunderstorms with lightning strikes in close proximity to campus. Several dorms on campus have experienced flooding, and campus maintenance crews have been working to drain water and keep areas dry.
The ASSU Undergraduate Senate on Tuesday passed a widely-debated bill to reduce growth in special fees spending, resulting in an extensive dispute over the nature of the vote that took place, which many senators claimed was riddled with problems.
Hundreds of former UC-Berkeley Japanese-American students whose educations were interrupted by World War II and Japanese internment will graduate this month alongside current students.