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Over $1 million of searchable graduate spending

One of the core functions of student government here at Stanford is facilitating student-initiated programming on campus. In particular, there are hundreds of “voluntary student organizations,” or student-led groups, that put on hundreds of events each year. The Graduate Student Council, the graduate student arm of the ASSU, funds these events each year with money collected…

Q&A with Liodakis and Jones

Nikos Liodakis ’16, a management science and engineering major, and Dottie Jones ’16, a history and psychology double major, decided to run together because they represent different sides of campus and different Stanford experiences and hope to bring those together in achieving their goals next year. They have three main goals: redefine mental and sexual health, reform funding for student groups and restore campus unity. The Daily sat down with them to talk about these goals and their perspectives on Stanford.

Q&A with Troderman and Kulkarni

Joe Troderman ’16, a chemical engineering major, and Nitish Kulkarni ’16, who’s the co-managing editor of the The Daily’s technology blog and a mechanical engineer, are hoping to offer more transparency in student government and to encourage more members of the student body to participate in elections. According to Troderman, the main reason they ran was to get students involved in thinking about issues on campus and how to make campus a better place. They are also looking at mental health, sexual assault and international student problems in their slate. The Daily sat down with them to discuss their lives at Stanford and their most memorable moments.

Q&A with Finley and Hill

John-Lancaster Finley ’16 and Brandon Hill ’16 are hoping to follow in the steps of their Black Recruitment and Orientation Committee “Big Sib” Logan Richard ’15 by serving as ASSU Executive next year. Both are political science majors, who are also double majoring in urban studies and African American studies, respectively. Their collective previous experience on…