In its 14th meeting of the year, the 18th Undergraduate Senate moved to increase its transparency by passing a bill to archive recordings of open Senate meetings for public record for registered students.
Shame on you, Stanford administration.
First, you impose a hard alcohol ban on campus — seemingly as a response to Brock Turner’s assertion that Men don’t rape people! Alcohol rapes people! Now, you’ve “postponed” one of the most outrageously fun, silly, and uniquely Stanford traditions ever: Full Moon on the Quad.
Full Moon on the Quad (FMOTQ), traditionally held on the first full moon of October, will instead take place winter quarter, possibly in an unfamiliar form.
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.
Results for the 2016 ASSU elections were posted early Monday morning on the ASSU elections website. Originally slated for release on Saturday afternoon, the elections commission took the two additional days to “validate the results.” According to an email from the elections commission, the candidates ranked 15th and 16th for the Undergraduate Senate had been separated…
In the midst of the controversy surrounding the continued existence of Full Moon on the Quad (FMOTQ), The Stanford Daily took a look back through its archives to recount FMOTQ history. While an unofficial start date of the event is unclear, clips of the makeout festival have been traced back to somewhere around the 1940s.…
According to a statement provided to The Daily by Vice Provost Greg Boardman, the Office of Student Affairs has not yet made an official decision to discontinue support for Full Moon on the Quad.
The 17th Undergraduate Senate’s final meeting this quarter saw Senators discuss Stanford’s decision to withdraw funding and administrative support for Full Moon on the Quad (FMOTQ) due to cases of sexual assault and alcohol transports.