In an effort to increase awareness and accountability regarding students’ concerns, a new Residential Assistant Advisory Board will meet with Residential Education staff members, including deans, assistant and associate directors, over the next several weeks. The board will function as a liaison to various student groups and work to educate and solicit opinions from RAs on new ResEd initiatives.
“My image started showing up as a mixed-race academic,” Elam said of her growing prominence in the ’90s. “Sometimes I was of color, sometimes I was Latina and then other times I was some kind of white. At one point I asked, what are you doing with my image?”
A personal connection to mixed race and ethnicity led Elam to conduct extensive research and produce numerous publications about the field.
Stanford has the second-most graduates in Congress, according to a list compiled by U.S. News & World Report. Eleven Cardinal alumni currently serve in the Senate and House of Representatives, five of whom were re-elected on Tuesday. Stanford places second only to Harvard, which dropped its representation to 13 members from 15 after the election.