This article is the first part in a series examining Stanford’s continued expansion and the impacts it has on the landscape of campus and its surrounding community.
Provost John Etchemendy discussed details of Meyer’s demolition process at Thursday’s Faculty Senate Meeting. The meeting also included an outline of on-going and future development and construction projects on and off campus
Next fall, Stanford will expand its undergraduate residence offerings with a new humanities-themed dorm in Manzanita Park.
The housing draw can be stressful, but in the end, everyone gets housing. At least, that is what’s supposed to happen. Every year, though, many tier-three students will find “unassigned” written on their draw results. This year, 249 students were unassigned. When unassigned, students must participate in the waiting list. If still unassigned, students go…
Preparations for the construction of the new Manzanita Park Residence Hall are now underway.
Stanford University plans to begin construction of a new dorm in the Manzanita complex, scheduled to open in 2013, according to the Study of Undergraduate Education at Stanford (SUES) report. The report also suggests that the Manzanita dorm may have a theme, although discussions are ongoing and no final decision has been made.
Stanford Dining expects the new East Campus Dining Commons (ECDC) to open its doors in late summer 2011, slightly ahead of its projected completion date.
Heading out into the jungle of Stanford will allow you to see different types of people all existing together. It can be confusing and even overwhelming at first, so here’s a little scientific guide to help you pick out some of the most prevalent species of students here in the wild of the Farm…