In the face of widespread community fear and anxiety, the ASSU has been tasked with work that the University should have proactively done: collecting stories to understand the diversity of students' situations, recognizing what new and exacerbated problems this update creates, and analyzing how to best respond.
Yesterday, the Daily announced the Associated Students of Stanford University's (ASSU) work with the Student Affairs office regarding changes to the 5150 policy, which is in place to protect people’s mental health in emergency situations. This is a change many mental health advocates (including ASSU presidents and vice presidents) have been working toward for years.
We are so excited to share that Chris Middleton (he/him) has been confirmed as the new vice president after voting in the Undergraduate Senate and Graduate Student Council. There is no doubt that his contributions to our work will be incredibly impactful, both within the ASSU and every community on campus.
As the ASSU continues its work while carrying Munira’s vision, we’ve gotten the opportunity to interview incredible candidates to fill the ASSU Vice President position and are in the final round of interviews with the following candidates: Mea Anderson, Christian Giadolor, and Chris Middleton.
We are strongly urging the Stanford administration to support students by implementing a universal policy to guide instructors’ grading decisions and extending the deadline for instructors to submit their grades for both graduating and non-graduating students.
The People's Caucus responds to a hate-fueled "Zoom-bombing" incident, emphasizing that it does not exist as a standalone occurrence.