According to current and former senators, the current Senate’s lack of progress is merely symptomatic of broader issues — including almost-complete annual turnover, a lack of upperclassmen representation and structural limitations — that have annually hamstrung the Senate’s initiatives and blocked senators’ efforts to significantly improve student life.
At a Tuesday meeting notable—at 25 minutes in duration—primarily for its brevity, the ASSU Undergraduate Senate discussed the upcoming ASSU elections and their plans to facilitate a smooth transition for next year’s Senate.
Staffers of The Stanford Chaparral, a campus humor magazine, have been excluded from their office since Nov. 28 in an ongoing dispute with Student Activities and Leadership (SAL), according to the Chaparral’s Co-Editor in Chief Kian Ameli ’13.
The decision of a Singaporean university to deny tenure to Cherian George Ph.D. ’03, an associate professor of journalism and publishing known for his controversial political views, has sparked international outrage among academics amidst broader concerns for freedom of speech in Singapore.
A research team headed by two School of Medicine professors has developed a new method for tracking adverse drug interactions using queries from Internet search engines like Google and Bing. The team’s discovery offers an alternative to the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Adverse Event Reporting System (AERS).
The No. 49 Stanford men’s tennis team suffered a 1-6 loss against No. 2 USC at home on Friday in the Cardinal’s first official Pac-12 match of the season.
Apple buys up a StartX company, Stanford Hospital subjects patients to long waiting times and Stanford expands its presence online
During a virtual emergency meeting this weekend, the ASSU Undergraduate Senate approved an amendment to the ASSU Constitution that, if passed by the student body during the spring elections, will allow some Senate seats to be reserved for upperclassmen.