Former Stanford President (1992-2000) Gerhard Casper visited the newly renamed Casper Quad for the first time on Tuesday for a discussion about his life experiences with members of the Ng House.
In their last meeting, the Undergraduate Senate tabled a pilot bill to fund extracurricular program participation for low-income students and student on financial aid. The bill requires a significant ASSU contribution of $35,000, and has been up for debate since last spring with more changes to come.
The 18th Undergraduate Senate motioned to table a bill that would provide financial assistance to undergraduates joining student organizations at their meeting on Tuesday.
Known as the “Full House” Bill, the proposition would establish a pilot extracurricular funding program for low-income students and students on financial aid. Co-authors Gabe Rosen ’19 and Kayla Guillory ’18 describe the bill as a step in the right direction for students who want to join campus groups but cannot afford to.
Dr. Inge Hansen, director of outreach at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), has been working with students and faculty on sexuality for the past eight years.
Re-EnvisionED, an organization developed by a Stanford Ph.D. student, is catalyzing the conversation on empowering schooling across the United States.
Since May 2013, the Markaz community center has served as a comfortable space for Muslim students and others to connect and build relationships.
Oregon Congressman Earl Blumenauer, spoke about the legalization of marijuana in a visit to Stanford this week, asserting that current federal marijuana policy has been destructive to citizens who would benefit from access to medical marijuana and to government regulation of the drug.
Stanford has the highest rate of reported crimes per student out of California university campuses, according to data from the U.S. Department of Education.