The CDC classifies the illness as Lanyard Seasonal Disorder, or LSD for short. Victims are most vulnerable to the neurological disorder when they first arrive on campus.
The Undergraduate Advising and Research (UAR) office is pursuing plans to add 12 more full-time advisors to its staff, and considering assigning students a single academic advisor with whom they remain throughout their academic career. UAR is also considering modifications to the Stanford Newcomer Guide (SNG) program.
I first fell in love with the cinema at age three when I saw “The Sound of Music.” In the film, Julie Andrews plays Maria, a nun who becomes a governess, and subsequently teaches her seven charges the fundamentals of music — do-re-mi. She believes that it is best to “start at the very beginning,”…
When next year’s New Student Orientation (NSO) welcomes the incoming class of 2022 and transfer students, the will be a few changes to its format.
A group of students is in the process of creating a new student organization that aims to raise awareness and educate the community on the subject of campus sexual assault. The idea for the student group grew out of a Sophomore College course this summer called “One in Five: The Law, Policy and Politics of Sexual Assault” with law professor Michele Dauber. The group will be called One in Five after the class.
In previous years, the educational Zero-Waste Lunch designed to introduce freshmen to on-campus sustainability during NSO did not always live up to its name. Confused students sometimes threw lunch packaging into landfill receptacles, and some threw away food they were given but didn’t want.
Sexual assault and mental health are just two of the issues student’s face that are not going away overnight. They require vast amounts of energy, time, and effort. As we continue to push for solutions, we need to include as many perspectives as possible; the inclusion of a strong, female perspective will be critical.
The Stanford Department of Public Safety does not catch everyone who breaks traffic laws on bicycles. There is, however, a method to how they enforce the law to keep Stanford students safe.