Bike theft was the number-one reported crime on campus last year, with a total of 329 bikes reported stolen, according to the Stanford Department of Public Safety’s (SDPS) annual Stanford safety report released last month.
ASSU Co-Chairs of Entrepreneurship Dan Thompson ’13 and Jon Manzi ’13 announced their resignation last Friday in a letter sent out to student email lists. In the letter, Thompson and Manzi stated that E2.0 — a branch of the ASSU formed this year that advocates on behalf of student entrepreneurs on campus — would be separated from the rest of the student government.
Union Underground – a combination of a free used-clothing store and a student art gallery, located in the basement of Old Union – reopened last Friday after a four-week trial period at the end of last spring quarter.
Provost John Etchemendy will seek approval for a proposal to transfer the contents of Meyer Library to the Graduate School of Business (GSB) South Building at this month’s Board of Trustees meeting, according to library communications director Andrew Herkovic.
The fate of the second floor of the Nitery remains unclear, according to ASSU leadership, despite the ASSU Publications Board’s claims that the space was slated to become a “Graphic Design and Writing Center” for student publications.
At its last meeting of the academic year, the Undergraduate Senate failed to confirm an elections commissioner, a move that may stand in violation of ASSU governing documents. According to the Joint Bylaws, both the Undergraduate Senate and Graduate Student Council must approve a new commissioner by the end of spring quarter.
The Undergraduate Senate raced against the clock Tuesday night, setting out to finish its weekly two-hour meeting in half that time, so its members could attend the tail-end of the Study of Undergraduate Education at Stanford (SUES) student town hall, which was held concurrently in Toyon Lounge. Committee updates and a discussion of three bills that the Senate will vote on next week were the main order of business.
Despite Stanford Athletics’ new radio deal with KNBR 1050 AM for exclusive broadcasting rights, student-run radio station KZSU 90.1 FM will continue to air football and men’s basketball games.