There’s no doubt that the ASSU is a part of every Stanford student’s life—every student is a member, pays fees as a part of tuition and benefits from the activities funded by these fees. But the legal standing of the ASSU relative to the University lies in a gray area.
Students Confronting Apartheid by Israel (SCAI) has relaunched its campaign to build student support for divestment of the University’s endowment from companies that SCAI says profit from human rights violations against Palestinians.
Staying unbeaten this season, the Cardinal women’s tennis team (18-0, 5-0 Pac-10) took six out of seven points from Arizona State on Friday.
The No. 2 Cardinal men’s gymnastics team will head into the NCAA Championships later this month with high hopes after its victory over rival No. 3 California and top-ranked Oklahoma. Stanford has never won an NCAA title without taking the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation title in the process.
The Cardinal men’s gymnastic team scored a dominant dual-meet victory over rival California, scoring 360.950 to Cal’s 354.525. After the pommel horse and floor exercise, Stanford trailed the Golden Bears by over two points. But after every Cardinal gymnast scored better than a 15 in the vault, led by senior Alex Buscaglia’s score of 16.050, Stanford held control of the meet.
The Stanford women’s lacrosse team boosted its record to 6-0 with a 15-7 win over the Canisius Golden Griffins on Sunday, continuing a promising start to the season on the team’s first road trip.
The men’s indoor track team’s 107.5 points topped Arizona’s 102 to claim the team’s first ever Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) championship last weekend. The MPSF for track was founded in 2002, and Stanford’s previous best finish was its runner-up position last year.
Cantor Arts Center is implementing several new initiatives to augment and expand the museum experience, including Google mapping, gallery video displays and online visual catalogs.