This article is the third in a series examining how Stanford — from the institution to its students — handles, allocates and spends money.
This report covers a selection of incidents from May 28 to June 4 as recorded in the Stanford Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin.
Aiming to promote community education and engagement amid a growing awareness of police brutality nationwide, the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) has a standing offer for students to join deputy police officers for “ride-alongs” in their vehicles. Last Thursday, the Daily went on such a ride with deputy Rob Rieger.
Former room host (RoHo) Sabrina Medler ’20 and her then-prospective freshman (ProFro) Emma Paddon ’21 “hit it off immediately,” according to Medler, after Paddon spent a couple of nights in Medler’s Arroyo House room during Admit Weekend last year.
While students were disappointed to miss the annual freshman dorm tradition, they still bonded with each other this weekend on campus.
Several freshmen dorms’ resident fellows express disapproval of the Peer Health Educators (PHEs) program’s wage system by refusing to hire PHEs for their dorms next year. The following dorms will no longer have PHEs: Arroyo, Cedro, FroSoCo, Junipero, Larkin and Twain.
Akash Dube, a freshman from Dubai, died Friday, May 11, due to complications from Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). The Arroyo resident spent most of winter and spring quarter in Stanford Hospital and the M.D. Anderson Cancer Research Center in Houston, Texas.
There is a culture of acceptance here at Stanford that prevents alcohol abuse from being taken seriously.