Some students and their advisors say the Office of Community Standards’ process for resolving misconduct allegations can be unnecessarily burdensome and still must do more to protect students’ rights. Meanwhile, judicial panelists say they lack the training to rule confidently in specialized cases.
At Tuesday’s Senate meeting, ASSU Executive Vicki Niu ’18 confirmed that a dining hall will be open during spring break of the 2017-2018 school year. Many students pushed for the change to combat food insecurity among lower-income students.
Alumni of the Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band (LSJUMB) have spoken out against the decision to bar the Band from travelling to Big Game this weekend.
New information has emerged about last month’s email to undergraduates about subleasing dorm rooms.
Articles about Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) were some of The Daily’s most read stories over the last two years, but an extensive account about what happened was never published. SAE declined to comment publicly for every past article regarding the situation. Then their alumni advisor reached out to us in June 2015.
The Sexual Assault Prevention committee of the Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) partnered with the Spoken Word Collective to organize an open mic event, called “(Un)filtered,” on gender violence, sexual assault and identity last Wednesday, Nov. 4. The event comes at a time during which the University is also reviewing a proposed updated judicial process for sexual assault.
Sigma Chi has been put on social probation for the duration of fall quarter as a result of an investigation by the Office of Community Standards, which found that the fraternity served alcohol to minors.
The Office of Community Standards (OCS) has followed up on a special Internal Review Panel (IRP) report released last fall by working with specially created Board of Judicial Affairs (BJA) committees to promote awareness of the Honor Code and Fundamental Standard — creating an educational video, and an open forum last May.