Steyer has not shied away from liberal politics, spending tens of millions of dollars in funding other candidates and causes, including organizations that focus on combating climate change and impeaching President Donald Trump.
Marc Tessier-Lavigne, Stanford’s current president, has announced that he will be opening an exploratory committee in what likely precedes a formal U.S. presidential campaign announcement. Tessier-Lavigne released his statement to service4all in an event that triggered many students to “reply all” and ask to be unsubscribed. Finally putting weeks of rumor to rest, Tessier-Lavigne aims…
At the last meeting of the 20th Undergraduate Senate, senators unanimously passed a bill certifying election results for the next term, continued discussion of a bill regarding the Associated Students of Stanford University’s (ASSU) role in free speech and passed a resolution standing in solidarity with the victims of police brutality on Yale’s campus.
I voted in the recent ASSU election, and on many questions, the ballot prevented me from abstaining. For example, I only wanted to rank two of the Executive slates, but I was forced to rank all five. This led to my third, fourth, and fifth choices defaulting to the ballot’s random ordering. On the Annual Grants, I had to choose either “yes” and “no” for organizations I barely recognized. That can’t be the best way to allocate thousands of dollars.
Han Kuo-yu sat down with The Daily to discuss Taiwan-United States collaboration, cross-strait relations and Taiwanese democracy.
The Students of Color Coalition (SOCC) is an organization dedicated to ensuring that people of color and our perspectives are represented on the ASSU senate. We are comprised of the Black Student Union (BSU), Asian American Student Association (AASA), Stanford American Indian Organization (SAIO), National Association for the Advancement of Colored people (NAACP), and the…
During my time with senate, I have worked with several ASSU Exec slates and I have not met anyone more passionate, consistent, and qualified to handle this office than Kimiko and Bryce. Here are four reasons why I voted for Kimiko and Bryce and believe you should too.
Michael Brown discusses the SCR’s decision to endorse him for ASSU Senator.