Until this week, a student seeking to discover what our 21st Undergraduate Senate had been up to would have encountered dead end after dead end.
The Stanford community has already made its stance on the issue clear. As The Daily’s Editorial Board, we affirm it. We believe Chanel Miller deserves to have her voice etched into the architecture of the University, and to have her experiences given due respect in her own words. It is the least Stanford can do.
The plan’s promise to revitalize liberal education at Stanford — if delivered upon — is compelling. However, there are key concerns the University must address in its implementation of the plan, should the Faculty Senate approve it, ranging from explanations of syllabi to a greater focus on pedagogy.