The ASSU Constitutional Council heard oral arguments Sunday night foc the Stanford Review v. The Stanford Students of Color Coalition (SOCC) case. The case was brought to the council after SOCC refused to turn over endorsement interview records to the Stanford Review.
In a unanimous vote, the ASSU Constitutional Council, a five-person judicial body in charge of interpreting the ASSU Constitution, ruled in favor of hearing The Stanford Review’s case against the Students of Color Coalition (SOCC). The case arose after the Review requested documents related to alleged misconduct at a SOCC interview, in which Molly Horowitz ’16 claims that she was asked an inappropriate question that targeted her Jewish faith.
J. Christian Jensen recently gained national attention for his Oscar nominated documentary short film, White Earth, a film that he created as his Stanford thesis film. The film follows three children and an immigrant mother as they deal with the recent oil boom in America’s Northern Plains. The Stanford Daily sat down with to discuss film, the Oscars, and his creative process.
Although 743 applicants have already received acceptance letters, high school seniors around the world are still waiting to hear from Stanford. But even once those decisions are released, few students know about the people making them.
Timothy Zerlang D.M.A. ’89 is a lecturer in the Stanford Music Department and the current University carillonneur, the official player of Hoover Tower’s carillon bells. The Daily sat down with Zerlang to reflect on his over 10 years of experience with the Hoover Tower bells.
Kenneth E. Olivier '74 is the newest member of the Stanford Board of Trustees. Olivier will begin his five-year term on Dec. 1, 2015, according to a Stanford Report article.
As California’s drought continues, researchers at Stanford’s Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve (JRBP) are observing wildlife under the unique set of conditions the drought presents.
Stanford clinical assistant professor of surgery Colin Bucks entered modified quarantine on Wednesday, after having treated Ebola patients in Liberia.
Switching from last year’s theme of cognitive impairment, the 2014-15 Design Challenge will focus on mobility in older adults.