Several hundred students attended a rally to reform Stanford’s sexual assault policies in White Plaza today in response to a email sent by Leah Francis ’14.
Trigger warning: This article discusses sexual assault.
As the 14th ASSU Undergraduate Senate leaves office, many of the body’s accomplishments are some that a majority of students may already take for granted.
The ASSU Undergraduate Senate unanimously approved the Alternative Review Process (ARP)–a revised judicial procedure for cases involving sexual assault, relationship violence, sexual harassment and stalking–at its Feb. 5 meeting.
At the sparsely attended ASSU Undergraduate Senate meeting last night, senators announced the creation of new projects for winter quarter and discussed the progress of their Alternative Review Process (ARP) recommendations.
The ASSU Undergraduate Senate passed all nine clauses of a bill recommending changes to the Alternative Review Process (ARP) for evaluating cases of sexual misconduct at their Jan. 8 meeting. The bill will be presented to the Graduate Student Council (GSC) for a vote today.
“Nobody wants to talk about sexual assault and nobody wants to hear it exists.”
At their Nov. 27 meeting, the Undergraduate Senate discussed a bill that would allocate $40,000 from their general fees funds to student group events in winter quarter.