Provost John Etchemendy will seek approval for a proposal to transfer the contents of Meyer Library to the Graduate School of Business (GSB) South Building at this month’s Board of Trustees meeting, according to library communications director Andrew Herkovic.
ASSU Senator Daniel DeLong ’13 has been evaluating students’ desire for extended Green library hours since he was elected this past spring. With help from Deputy Chair Dan Ashton ’14 and several statisticians, DeLong said he hopes to accurately gauge students’ interest and lobby on their behalf.
This report covers a selection of incidents from May 27 to June 29 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety bulletin. During this period, several laptops and a large number of bicycles were stolen on campus. Friday, May 27 At 11:25 p.m., a man was cited and released at the corner of…
Initial plans to demolish Meyer Library by 2012 may be postponed for up to three more years. The University is exploring the possibility of moving the contents of the library into the Graduate School of Business (GSB) South Building in the meantime.
Several senators expressed a need for more 24-hour study spaces or a 24-hour eatery on campus.
Libraries 1, band 0 is the score today after the Stanford band agreed to back down from a traditional run through the libraries the night before spring finals begin — tonight. “The band has a dishonorable history of misbehaving in the libraries,” said library communications director Andrew Herkovic. “The University library wants no part of it.”
The Stanford Department of Public Safety received a report on Saturday of a man looking into a woman’s restroom stall in Meyer Library–at least the sixth report of peeping into restrooms, showers and dorm rooms this school year.
Coupa Café will not be open for the start of winter quarter, and the kiosk that once held MoonBean’s Coffee will remain empty until mid-February – at the earliest.