As students prepare to vote in this week’s ASSU elections, some voters’ decisions will be informed by candidate endorsements from influential student groups.
The Stanford Chaparral, the campus humor magazine founded in 1899, has not received special fees from students for the past two years. While the group has benefited from alternative sources of funding, co-editor-in-chief Sam Coggeshall ’12 says the publication is expanding its services in an attempt to receive special fees funding this year.
Jewish reggae hip-hop artist Matisyahu left audience members in awe last night at Memorial Auditorium after a two-hour program of song and discussion…
Hundreds of people gathered Friday morning outside Hillel House and along Mayfield Avenue to respond to five picketers from the Kansas-based fringe group Westboro Baptist Church.
Responding to the church’s plans, Hillel and the Jewish Student Association announced a peaceful “gathering for unity and diversity” to be held next Friday morning at 8 a.m. outside Hillel.