Florence Moore Hall (FloMo) underwent several major renovations that have garnered overall positive responses from residents, despite nostalgia for the removed roof catwalks.
Starting this summer, the rooftop catwalks of Florence Moore Hall (FloMo) will be removed in a change that has prompted protest from some current residents.
The food trucks, a pillar of the Executive’s platform, will be serving food every Friday and Saturday night during winter quarter.
On Feb. 15, a Toyon residential staff member alerted two University officials that Akeen Valdez, who is not a Stanford student but was living in Toyon with a resident, had been accused of sexual assault by a female Toyon resident. It would be more than a month before a stay-away letter was issued against Valdez, and more than two months before he would be escorted off campus by University officials.
With the 2012 Undergraduate Housing Draw May 6 application deadline approaching, The Daily took a closer look at the options Stanford offers to upperclassmen seeking on-campus housing.
Known to many as the home of Structured Liberal Education (SLE) and Indian Food Sundays, Florence Moore Hall, or FloMo, has a little known history of eccentricities that date back to the 1900s. “Florence Moore really left behind a legacy,” said Samra Adeni ’14, a FloMo resident. “The story is that she demanded…
At a house meeting, one student commented that her dorm was able to laugh at the dramatization all the more because it was so removed from the truth.
My freshman experience has been vastly different than most as, I am proud to admit, I am one person of the roughly 5 percent of the freshman class who decided to participate in SLE, Stanford’s yearlong Structured Liberal Education program…