On Thursday, Stanford’s Camera as Witness (CAW) program will combine a presentation of the documentary “I AM EVIDENCE” with a discussion of the Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) exams, medical tests given to sexual assault victims.
The ASSU Executive Cabinet will host events for Stanford Disabilities Week starting this Tuesday in an effort to raise awareness of disability issues and advocacy on campus. The week will culminate in the opening of the Abilities Hub, a new spot on campus for people with disabilities and the broader community.
A look at the students who run the Sexual Health Peer Resource Center and the organization’s sales data.
Usually taking place in October, Full Moon on the Quad (FMOTQ) occurred last Thursday after restructuring to address the administration’s concerns about drinking culture and sexual consent.
The Science Bus is an after-school program in which Stanford students teach elementary school students science through hands-on activities. The program focuses on second- through fifth-graders at East Palo Alto Charter School and welcomes new volunteers.