With the dawn of a new school year, a wave of bright new faces flooded Stanford’s campus. Ah, yes — freshmen. Freshmen, sparkling full of hope and an excitement to learn. Freshmen, hopelessly doomed to gain the “Freshman 15.” We are seeing the food world of Stanford for the first time and we’re liking what…
A petition for a sustainable-food-themed dining hall has garnered student support as the ASSU considers a Senate resolution to transform an existing dining hall.
Nutritional information about Stanford’s dining halls is partially available online- but the extent to what it is available is partly similar, partly different when compared to peer universities.
Working to improve economic equity is not always easy. But having an economically diverse student body is futile if the only thing it achieves is stratification on campus. If we truly value such diversity, we must work to make sure that students of all classes, not just the upper class, have access to the same resources.
Students are now receiving subject and writing tutoring in dining halls through a joint effort between the Hume Center for Writing and Speaking and the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) that replaces the previous model of assigned resident tutors in dorms.
There’s nothing quite as awful
As the beeping of a waffle
Iron when I am still waking,
Thinking only about making
My little bowl of Lucky Charms.