The school districts in St. Charles, Mo., Olathe, Kan. and Long Island, N.Y. filed lawsuits earlier this month on October 7th, becoming the first districts to take legal action against the popular vape producer.
This report covers a selection of incidents from Oct. 15 to Oct. 21 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin.
The 21st Undergraduate Senate discussed initiatives on Tuesday evening to create comprehensive sexual assault policy on campus, particularly following the release of the campus climate survey on sexual assault and harassment, and passed a bill to improve Senator efficiency and accountability.
The report — which will be discussed at the Faculty Senate this Thursday — also expressed the Undergraduate Senate’s official endorsement of the proposals, and includes recommendations for potential amendments to the proposals based on student feedback.
Tuesday’s hearing marked the final stages of over three years of community involvement before Santa Clara’s Board of Supervisors begin final deliberations on Nov. 5.
At least 20 cases of a stomach bug have been reported in Burbank alone, according to staff members in the dorm. The outbreak, which has been ongoing for two weeks, has reportedly spread from Burbank to seven other dorms, infecting at least 25 students across campus according to Student Affairs spokesperson Pat Harris. Though many…
On Saturday and Sunday, SHIFT hosted health++, a 300-person hackathon dedicated to pushing the boundaries of technology and healthcare. For two days, Huang Engineering Center was filled with countless pizza boxes and sleep-deprived hackers from far beyond Stanford working to accelerate medical care. Teams of between two and five people worked for more than 30…
The British band Mumford & Sons was presented in September with the John Steinbeck Award at a campus concert, proceeds of which funded the new Steinbeck Service Fellowship.