Current ASSU Executive Chief of Staff Emma Ogiemwanye ’12 will be stepping down in January to spend winter quarter abroad. The ASSU is “in the process of selecting someone to fill [the] role for winter quarter,” Ogiemwanye said in an email to The Daily.
The Office of Alcohol Policy and Education (OAPE) piloted a new program called “Say Something” Monday night, in an effort to encourage students to intervene when their peers engage in dangerous and negative behaviors associated with alcohol and drugs.
In a presentation titled “Climate Change and the 2012 Election: The New Wedge Issue?” Washington Post journalist Juliet Eilperin remarked Monday that she used to believe that the environment held little political weight.
Amid community complaints and despite reports that the transaction would happen in mid to late October, Wells Fargo has yet to sell its 1,800 East Palo Alto apartments to Equity Residential.
East Palo Alto Academy High School, the only remaining branch of Stanford New Schools, has seen relative stability this fall after facing turmoil since spring 2010, when the school board denied the school’s request for a five-year charter renewal, instead granting a two-year extension through this year.
The ASSU Executive recently announced it has completed over 25 percent of its platform. The announcement came in a campus-wide email ASSU President Michael Cruz ’12 sent on behalf of the Executive on Monday, Oct. 10.