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Kate Selig

Senate raises concerns over increased campus police presence

Senators are raising concerns that increased police presence on campus is causing students to feel threatened. Senators also discussed ongoing challenges for students amid coronavirus disruptions and the Senate’s potential structure in spring quarter at their Tuesday Zoom meeting. No new bills were introduced.

Stanford researchers test 3,200 people for COVID-19 antibodies

Over 3,200 people in Santa Clara County were tested for COVID-19 antibodies on Friday and Saturday in an effort to determine the proportion of the population that either has or has recovered from coronavirus. The study, led by researchers at Stanford Medicine, is the first of its kind in the nation.

Faculty Senate to consider satisfactory/no-credit grading for spring courses

The Faculty Senate will consider a proposal to mandate Satisfactory/No Credit (S/NC) grading for almost all spring quarter courses at its Thursday meeting in light of concerns about coronavirus’ impact on equity and education, according to an Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) executive update emailed to students Wednesday evening.

Students react to coronavirus

To learn more about the student community’s reactions to the spread of coronavirus, The Daily interviewed seven students at Tresidder Union. Students spoke about how coronavirus has impacted their lives, ranging from last-minute travel plan changes to F1 visa fears.
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