To welcome their class back onto the Farm while contributing to the community, the Class of 2019 cabinet hosted a sandwich-making event at Terman Fountain on Oct. 1. Their goal was to make 2,019 sandwiches and donate them to the Peninsula Food Runners to alleviate hunger in Santa Clara County.
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In previous years, the educational Zero-Waste Lunch designed to introduce freshmen to on-campus sustainability during NSO did not always live up to its name. Confused students sometimes threw lunch packaging into landfill receptacles, and some threw away food they were given but didn’t want.
Admission to Stanford is not a golden ticket to the chocolate factory of privilege, and it certainly is not a free pass to avoid discomfort. As students in this university, we have a responsibility to be critical.
This is a demand to 2019 to learn about how they intentionally or unintentionally oppress others, and a demand to this group of world citizens to be both uncomfortable and disgusted with inaction as Stanford students and decent human beings.
The Office of Undergraduate Admission reports that 81.1 percent of admitted undergraduates enrolled as students in the Class of 2019, up from 78.2 percent last year. The yield rate is the highest in Stanford history.
In a letter addressed to the incoming Class of 2019 and transfers, President John Hennessy announced the three books for the Three Books reading program this coming academic year: “The Innovators” by Walter Isaacson, “This Boy’s Life” by Tobias Wolff and “Cane River” by Lalita Tademy.
Students applying for housing beginning next autumn quarter received an email Monday from Residential and Dining Enterprises (R&DE) announcing that Stanford will be offering two additional housing options for upperclassmen and that the Draw application portal would be open for an extra week.