The ASSU Undergraduate Senate discussed proposed changes to the residential draw system Tuesday after hearing a presentation from Rodger Whitney, Sue Nunan, Melissa Mocker and Linda Dorset of Residential and Dining Enterprises (R&DE).
Scores of “Office” enthusiasts filled a lecture hall in the geology building Friday to hear Daniels, Lieberstein and Kemper talk about their work, jumping between topics from how characters develop on the Emmy-award winning comedy series to the show’s future after Steve Carell’s scheduled departure at the end of the current season.
An otherwise impressive season for Stanford field hockey came to a close in Chapel Hill, N.C., on Saturday morning, as the No. 19 Cardinal fell, 3-1, to No. 2 North Carolina in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
The ASSU Undergraduate Senate heard presentations Tuesday from Parking & Transportation Services (P&TS) on proposed Marguerite changes and the Study of Undergraduate Education at Stanford (SUES). The Senate approved a bill creating the volunteer position of an economic policy consultant to serve the needs of the Senate Appropriations Committee.
A Monday lunch discussion on “Immigration as a Queer Issue” marked the beginning of “Intersections,” a series of events this week sponsored by Stanford Students for Queer Liberation. “Intersections,” currently in its first year, is being billed as “a week of exploring and celebrating the intersections of race, gender and queer sexuality.”
The 12th Undergraduate Senate passed a attempt to cap spending. The bill will become part of the ASSU joint bylaws and affect spring 2011 elections if passed this evening by two-thirds majority of the Graduate Student Council.
The ASSU Undergraduate Senate will continue debate Tuesday on a much-anticipated campaign finance bill authored by Executives Angelina Cardona ’11 and Kelsei Wharton ’12. The bill, with the potential to reform the entire executive campaign process, would set executive-campaign spending caps and decrease the amount of funds offered through public financing if it can overcome concerns about enforcement and constitutionality.
The 12th ASSU Undergraduate Senate decided Tuesday evening on the spring 2011 ASSU general election date, received the resignation of the Appropriations Committee Deputy Chair and began animated discussion on a bill to cap campaign spending for ASSU executive candidates.