After interviewing and reviewing the platforms of those who applied for our endorsement, here are the candidates who we believe deserve your vote on April 29 and 30.
As the University considers how to improve accessibility, we urge them to examine a Disability Community Center, as well as accommodation affordability and issues with housing and social spaces. Developing actionable responses to these three concerns is not sufficient to address the full scope of accessibility at Stanford. But it is an essential start.
The failure of the ASSU executives and the University to solicit student feedback on spring quarter recommendations represents an institutional breakdown.