After ten weeks of rain and sub-60-degree temperatures, spring quarter has finally arrived, and with it, an onslaught of temptation to spend your days drinking up sunlight. It’s time to toss a few textbooks in your backpack and fool yourself into believing you can work outside. However, an essential part of this façade of outdoor…
The construction of two new dorms in Lagunita Court are proceeding on pace and expected to open for the 2016-2017 school year.
Residents on West Campus have started a petition to grant custodian Maria Buenrostro full-time employment.
This year, Stanford launched the construction of three new residence buildings, which will house a total of 341 undergraduate students in living environments that will encourage student interaction. Two of the dorms will be located in Lagunita Court while the other residence hall will be in Manzanita Park.
Street parking on Santa Teresa Street, which runs in front of Roble, Lagunita Court and Governor’s Corner, closed for renovation yesterday.
President John Hennessy announced a plan to expand the undergraduate student body in an attempt to keep pace with the growth of the graduate student population and allow Stanford to serve more students, a proposal with broad implications for University admissions, facilities and faculty.
IT Services has started to connect all Stanford residential networks to a newly upgraded backbone network in an effort to reduce the possibility of network failures and Internet outages such as the one that affected residences across campus last month.
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.