Teo, who is on a leave of absence this quarter, will return to campus in the fall. But election rules precluded Teo and Bromley-Dulfano from continuing their campaign or replacing Teo with a new VP.
This year, the Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) Elections Commission has made substantial revisions to the elections process, most notably with the introduction of Qualtrics, an online platform that the University uses for administrative surveys. For the first time, individualized links to ballots will be sent to each student’s email. Other additions to the voting process include reminder tables on voting days, hosted debates for the executive slates and dinner discussions between voters and candidates.
In their first meeting of the current school year, the 18th Undergraduate Senate announced an upcoming University report on Full Moon on the Quad (FMOTQ) and debated a resolution on a Santa Clara County public transportation measure.
The Stanford Daily is holding a Congressional debate on Tuesday, May 31st.
The new co-chairs of the Graduate Student Council sat down with the Daily to discuss their plans for the coming year.
On May 8, The Stanford Review published an article entitled “Don’t Get Out the Vote.” The title is self-explanatory. When I first saw the article, I drew a heavy sigh, because that’s my standard response to most articles from The Review, as I generally disagree with them on most issues. And normally, that would have…
The Graduate Student Council considered a variety of items in its meeting on Wednesday.
As a student body, we are beginning to pay more and more attention to representation. Who’s Teaching Us has recently spotlighted faculty diversity, and groups like the Students of Color Coalition (SOCC) and the First-Generation Low-Income Partnership (FLIP) have effectively offered endorsements for years in order to increase the diversity of representation on the ASSU…