The Stanford Jewish community and its allies gathered at White Plaza in a rally against campus anti-Semitism on April 7. Organized by Undergraduate Senate candidate Matthew Wigler ’19, a crowd of about 100 people listened to speeches by Jewish community leaders, heard poetry recitals and sang as a community.
The second meeting of the 17th Undergraduate Senate this quarter saw a continuation of last week’s discussion on a resolution against anti-Semitism, which drew a crowd of nearly 30 interested students. The Senate also passed a resolution in support of a proposal to step up sexual violence prevention and heard an Executive update.
Tristan Navarro ’18 and Scott Mutchnik ’19 are looking to remind students what really makes this University tick and turn: graduate students. Despite acknowledging they don’t actually want the position, the two are running for ASSU Exec to highlight issues surrounding graduate students, Senate transparency and campus climate, all without taking things too seriously. The Daily spoke with Navarro and Mutchnik about their platform, plans of action and inspirations.
In its first meeting this quarter, the 17th Undergraduate Senate discussed a new bill to fight anti-Semitism on campus, heard a Graduate Student Council (GSC) proposal to tackle sexual assault and confirmed the Nomination Commission’s timeline. Bill against anti-Semitism The Senate discussed a resolution on anti-Semitism which called upon the Undergraduate Senate to support the…
Between April 7-8, the student body will vote for student officers, Special Fees requests from student groups, and referendums on specific issues. The Stanford Daily presents a guide to the people and issues on the ballot.
According to a statement provided to The Daily by Vice Provost Greg Boardman, the Office of Student Affairs has not yet made an official decision to discontinue support for Full Moon on the Quad.
The 17th Undergraduate Senate’s final meeting this quarter saw Senators discuss Stanford’s decision to withdraw funding and administrative support for Full Moon on the Quad (FMOTQ) due to cases of sexual assault and alcohol transports.
On Tuesday night, The Stanford Review announced that a member of the First-Generation Low-Income Partnership (FLIP), who will be referred to as Jamie Keyes to protect the individual’s identity, had been suspended for writing an anonymous Review article earlier that day defending Stanford’s Structured Liberal Education (SLE) program’s focus on the Western Canon.