The alleged drugging of several Stanford students by a non-Stanford student at the Sigma Chi fraternity house in January has motivated some Row houses to institute new practices to prevent future drugging incidents. Others, however, have not made such changes.
On Saturday night, the Stanford Concert Network hosted two genre-bending bands at Chi Theta Chi for a free house concert. The set opened with relative unknowns Paper Void, an Oakland based funk/fusion/neo-soul outfit with deep Stanford ties. They were followed by BADBADNOTGOOD, an acclaimed Canadian pseudo-jazz trio who have made waves with their instrumental albums and worked extensively with hip-hop and R&B superstars. If music were a competition, this would be a tale of David and Goliath.
Serving as a student representative on a University committee is perhaps the most critical role in our campus community that Stanford has to offer. Nowhere else can you make decisions not only on behalf of students but also — in conjunction with administrators and faculty — on behalf of the University community as a whole.
Columbae residents hoping to participate in the co-op’s long tradition of handing out snacks in Green Library the night before finals week while naked were prevented from doing so on Sunday evening by University police and librarians.
More than 120 Stanford students gathered in the middle of White Plaza on Monday afternoon to protest the University’s recent decision to end student management at Suites Eating Clubs.
While they organize the most clothing-optional events, not all proud birthday-suit-wearers belong to the co-op community.
I cannot help but wonder if we might locate at least part of the elusive, hard-to-define Stanford spirit in our architecture as well.
oes revoking the Chi Theta Chi lease show students how effective open communication and negotiation can be?