After cutting 60 staff positions in the last two years, the Palo Alto City Council has again set the city’s finances as a priority. City leaders spoke to The Daily about current challenges and projections for the future.
The ASSU Elections Commission held an information session in the Nitery Tuesday evening about the upcoming spring elections. The session aimed to encourage students to seek ASSU positions and explain the campaign process to potential candidates.
ASSU Vice President Kelsei Wharton ’12 announced his resignation at Tuesday evening’s Undergraduate Senate meeting, saying that he will take winter quarter off after fracturing his jaw in a Jan. 16 bike accident.
Clotfelter discusses the pros and cons of large athletic departments on college life.
The ASSU Undergraduate Senate heard from representatives of the Faculty Senate’s ad hoc committee on ROTC at its weekly meeting Tuesday evening and discussed the issue of ROTC’s possible return to campus.
The 12th ASSU Undergraduate Senate passed three bills Tuesday evening, approving the reversal of a special fees rule enacted last year and confirming five nominees to the Constitutional Council and judicial panel pool.
At its second meeting of the quarter Tuesday, the ASSU Undergraduate Senate discussed reversing a special fees policy enacted by last year’s Senate. The Senate is set to vote on the special fees bill next week, along Constitutional Council and judicial panel pool nominees.
Several senators expressed a need for more 24-hour study spaces or a 24-hour eatery on campus.