A total of 114 students — 27 fewer than last year — did not receive housing assignments in the 2019-20 draw, according to Residential & Dining Enterprises (R&DE).
The whole world stopped on Tuesday afternoon when ResX Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Susie Brubaker-Cole — dressed in a black turtleneck and jeans — presented at the company’s annual media conference. The highlight of the event was the reveal of the next generation of technology: the iPhone RA Plus. “Every once in a while, a…
As part of Stanford’s ongoing Long-Range Planning process, the ResX Task Force has been working to develop a series of recommendations for improving residential life that will be presented to Provost Persis Drell at the end of fall quarter.
Though originally advertised as a “co-op,” the fraternity’s house will operate as a “self-op,” and will retain its chef next year.
In 2017, Residential & Dining Enterprises (R&DE) changed the housing process for undergraduates, reducing the maximum draw group size from eight people to six. This year, R&DE has reduced the maximum draw group size again, from six people to four.
Students who qualify for medical draw are able to apply for early housing assignment, before the regular draw begins.
A steady increase in the demand for on-campus housing over the last decade has led to progressively lower cutoff numbers and more students unassigned in the Draw’s first round.
With the Draw closing Sunday, The Daily previews the best and worst housing on campus