The first floors of Eucalipto and Granada dorms will be the first two dorm-style areas on campus to accommodate support animals. Previously, students who required this accommodation were generally limited to apartment-style housing.
At its annual retreat held earlier this month, the Board of Trustees discussed ways to work together with peer institutions toward achieving a common goal of advancing knowledge, education and social good.
As a burgeoning culture of anti-Trump political action takes hold at Stanford, some campus groups aim to make it easier than ever for students to influence politics at the federal level.
A group of Stanford students and faculty have joined forces in an ongoing effort to make Stanford a safer place for undocumented immigrants. Galvanized by the election of President Donald Trump last November, student group Stanford Sanctuary Now (SSN) demanded that Stanford protect all students and staff at risk of deportation by keeping their immigration status private and providing them with legal assistance. In recent weeks, faculty members have also taken up SSN’s cause.