The Senate proposed impeachments of Constitutional Council members for “obnoxious” and “dishonest” behavior. It also passed a bill to produce an online forum for suggestions for ASSU discussion.
In response to the “What matters to you, and why?” question on Stanford’s undergraduate application, new Stanford admit Ziad Ahmed simply wrote the phrase #BlackLivesMatter 100 times.
The GSE is celebrating its centennial year with special programming, exhibits and activities, giving community members the chance to look back at the school’s history and contributions to its field.
Stanford marine biologists have discovered stress-induced defensive genes in corals that serve as a predictor for damage caused by environmental pressure and climate change. The discovery could improve conservation strategies for at-risk reefs.
Stanford Dance Marathon is partnering with the Bass Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Diseases at Lucile Packard to raise funds for families who cannot afford cancer treatment.
After its last CEO resigned following ethical criticism last year, Stanford Student Enterprises (SSE) has come under attack again for internal inefficiency under its new CEO amid continued financial hits over the past year. The organization exceeded its budget last fiscal year and has changed funding policies to counteract these financial hardships in the future.
Provost John Etchemendy lifted the suspension on the Leland Stanford Junior Marching Band (LSJUMB) in a letter to Band leadership on Thursday, marking a successful appeal by the irreverent student group.
At a closed meeting and a brief public gathering on Tuesday, several members of the 18th Undergraduate Senate said they felt under-informed about the financial health of Stanford Student Enterprises (SSE) due to the lack of financial data from the organization.