Kahlil Joseph’s latest work, BLKNWS, is a makeshift news broadcast displayed on two television screens placed side by side, showcasing aspects of the black community that aren’t usually covered by major news channels.
Despite there being far fewer dining options available over the summer, students living in most on-campus residences over the summer are required to pay for a meal plan. In the face of limited summer dining options, students have responded with praises, concerns and hopes for how these mandatory meal plans will serve them in the future.
For students seeking to take classes, conduct research, or participate in programs or internships at Stanford this summer, the question of where to live on campus — and at what price — is a prevalent one. The Daily spoke with students about the benefits and drawbacks of different housing options with respect to pricing, community and privacy.
The Residential & Dining Enterprises-sponsored High Performance and Education (HPE) dinner, offered to all students at Ricker, Branner and Lagunita dining halls, but originally known as “athlete dinner,” has been the subject of much campus discourse this year.
I sit alone in the dining hall from time to time. Before you begin to pity me, let me rephrase that sentence. I choose to sit alone in the dining hall from time to time. My dorm, West Lag, has a long rectangular table that we have “claimed” in Lakeside Dining. I’m thankful for this…