Stanford Transportation has increased parking permit rates for the 2019-2020 year, consistent with its past practice of increasing rates every year due to increased living costs in the Bay Area.
Sylvia Colt-Lacayo ’23 chose to attend Stanford in part because of the University’s efforts to make the campus more accessible. The ability to attend parties on the Row and access at least the first floor of most dorms was important for her.
Ashley Song ’20, who used her No. 1 spot to draw into Columbae, reflects on the state of the Stanford housing Draw and the treatment of ethnic-themed houses.
On Tuesday afternoon, White Plaza saw over 100 students turn out to a demonstration in support of Chanel Miller’s book release and petition the University to allow her to choose the words on a plaque at the site of her sexual assault.
Though he grew up in a military family, Chris Rielage ’21 initially aspired to serve at the U.S. State Department, practicing diplomacy. Now he’s doing drills and grueling physical training to join the U.S. Navy. And he’s doing that training at UC Berkeley, two hours away from his classes at Stanford.
In June, when Crossing the Line (CTL) was still listed on the Diversity and First-Gen Office’s website, it was described as “a tool for promoting reflection, dialogue, empathy and authentic engagement.” But students have repeatedly accused CTL of forcing them into emotionally painful situations.
After years of going by the pseudonym “Emily Doe” following her sexual assault by former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner, Chanel Miller identified herself on Wednesday as the woman Turner raped on Jan. 18, 2015.
Though the event was scheduled for 1 to 2:30 p.m., the majority of students seeking food were lined up near the event’s start time, and almost all were gone halfway through the allotted time.