The ASSU Constitutional Council released the majority opinion for “The Stanford Review v. Stanford Students of Color Coalition (SOCC)” on Wednesday morning, explaining its four to none decision in favor of SOCC that was announced on April 29.
After an extensive four-year study of the contentious Searsville Dam and Reservoir, the University has recommended two alternatives to removing the dam entirely.
Lawrence Zaroff, a consulting professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and the Human Biology Program, passed away Monday morning. Zaroff was also a senior research scholar at the Center for Biomedical Ethics.
The Daily compiled the endorsements from eight organizations for ASSU Executive and Senate candidates.
Tickets for “Harry’s Last Lecture on a Meaningful Life,” featuring Oprah Winfrey, will be available via lottery starting on April 9 at 10 a.m. and ending on April 10 at 11:59 p.m. Faculty, staff and students with valid SUIDs are eligible to enter the lottery. Only one entry will be allowed per SUID holder.
The ASSU Executive Team on Mental Health is pushing new initiatives to combat mental health issues on campus, effective this quarter and next fall.
The University’s IT Services will migrate all Stanford email and calendar accounts currently hosted on Zimbra to Office 365 during the summer. The email and calendar services of most faculty and staff, currently hosted through the Zimbra Collaboration Suite, will switch to Microsoft Exchange servers as part of this shift. Current Gmail users, including undergraduates, Law School students and Graduate School of Business students, will not be affected.
Yesterday morning, three professors arguing for Stanford’s divestment from fossil fuels met with President John Hennessy to discuss their stance. Representing the 369 faculty signatories of a letter advocating for fossil fuel divestment, they presented Hennessy with the document and provided verbal arguments for divestment.