The ASSU has never seemed to be a very serious organization; a close look at this year’s version (2.0? really?) reveals an inauspicious picture.
Berkeley law professor Goodwin Liu ’91 has been nominated to the California Supreme Court to replace outgoing Justice Carlos Moreno, who announced his plans to retire earlier this year.
SB 2X has been received positively by several Stanford experts, including Steve Eglash, a member of the Precourt Institute for Energy and the executive director of the Environment and Affiliates Program.
Though the budget woes of the state of California seem remote underneath the umbrella of Stanford’s multibillion-dollar endowment, the latest round of state budget cuts have hit closer to home.
I’m proud that Stanford University and our ol’ pals at Cal finally decided to put the Axe where it belongs: in the hands of the better school…
Michael Kirst, professor emeritus of education and business administration, begins his term as a member of the California State Board of Education today. Before taking the oath of office, he spoke with The Daily by phone to discuss his views on state education policy. An edited excerpt is below.
Campus voters faced long lines at the Graduate Community Center (GCC) as hundreds cast their ballot in Tuesday’s election, which saw a defeat of California Propositions 19 and 23 and a shift in the House of Representatives to Republican control.
Democrats took over Sacramento’s top spots as Attorney General Jerry Brown won the California gubernatorial race and San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom won the lieutenant governor’s race. Democrat Barbara Boxer retained her Senate seat in a tight race against former HP chief executive Carly Fiorina ’76, the Republican nominee.