Now more than ever, the Stanford community is being called to serve outside of the classroom. On Election Day, we should shed the ordinary roles of faculty, student and staff in favor of our shared role of citizen, our collective hope for the future. And no matter what happens this November, we’ll be a better university for it.
Key takeaways from the ASSU's survey on grading policy for Fall Quarter 2020.
Dear Stanford Community, The ASSU is committed to ensuring that student voices are solicited and heard when decisions are made at the University. As we all know, next year will bring many challenges (as this past quarter has so clearly demonstrated) and at all points throughout the process, the ASSU hopes to ensure that student…
While we all have ambitious goals for a second term, we want to share what we’ve accomplished during our first term. We want to underscore the importance of reelecting senators who already have worked closely with the administration.
After a few years at Princeton, Hanrahan moved to Stanford, where he has been for the past 25 years.
This is the first in a two piece collection on the use of the word “order” in the Fundamental Standard. Here, we discuss possible worrying connotations of the word order. In the next, we will discuss the presumably positive interpretations of the word’s inclusion.