A female student tested positive for a date-rape drug on Friday after losing consciousness at a party on the Row Thursday night, Stanford Police announced in an AlertSU notification sent early Saturday morning. It is unclear exactly where the incident occurred.
The Stanford Management Company (SMC) — an entity that oversees the University’s endowment — issued its annual report last week, announcing a 6.5% investment return for the Merged Pool, a decrease from last year’s 9%.
Following a yearlong legal battle in which a coalition of students accused Stanford’s leave of absence policies of discriminating against those with mental health disabilities, the University has agreed to treat mandatory leaves as a last resort and provide access to one quarter of on-campus housing for some students on leave.
“That’s been the most exciting thing,” he said in an interview with The Daily. “Watching a lab make such a significant transformation.”
Much of Stanford’s planned expansion over the next 16 years is hanging in the balance as the University’s 2018 General Use Permit (GUP) application awaits a decision from the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors.
A Title IX investigation of potential violations of sexual harassment, consensual sexual and romantic relationships and/or code of conduct policies was initiated into Marty Stepp’s conduct in May. He resigned last week, with the investigation still underway.
The project’s arrival comes amid renewed calls for Stanford to place a quote selected by Miller on a plaque at the site.
This report covers a selection of incidents from Sept. 16 to Sept. 22 as recorded in the Stanford Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin