From Full Moon on the Quad to Frosh Formal to Senior Nights, the presidents of every class aim to create events that not only engage students, but also help students feel more included in the Stanford community.
Most nights, I take a long walk around campus. It’s good for my insomnia, my body, and quite likely my soul. There’s something ritualistic about walking alone after dark, when nobody is around to see you and bind you to social conventions. You become self-conscious; not in a negative, socially comparing way, but in an…
The “Angel of Grief” statue at the Stanford family Mausoleum was recently vandalized, according to a Stanford Department of Public Safety report received Tuesday, Aug. 11.
Miley Cyrus, Calvin and Hobbes, Walter White, Spider Man and various Angry Birds all made appearances at this year’s Stanford Mausoleum party.
The Saturday evening event was themed after the electronic music artist deadmau5. Despite overlapping with the Stanford football game against Oregon State University, the event saw high attendance.
Mausoleum attendance was roughly equivalent to the attendance last year despite the lack of a bus service to transport students from dorm areas to the party. Freshmen attendance rose sharply to 72 percent of total Mausoleum attendees, compared to 49 percent last year.
The ASSU Undergraduate Senate unanimously approved a total of $19,116.03 in funding for 11 student organizations during their Oct. 23 meeting, including $5,257 from the traditions fund for Stanford’s annual Mausoleum party.
$743 of the $13,000 traditions fund go towards new traditions in the works.
ASSU senators discussed student life and academic affairs committee goals for the year, retroactively approved $500 in funding to the Class of 2013 for hosting the Row Tailgate on Sept. 27 and agreed to accelerate the timeline for discussing the Alternative Review Process (ARP) at the Oct. 9 Undergraduate Senate meeting.