Last Friday’s event entitled How Stanford Works tackled issues related to the University’s processes for enacting campus-wide policy changes. The program is the first installation of the Institutional Change at Stanford series hosted by Lily Zheng ’17 in collaboration with the ASSU.
For some, the beginning of winter means snow days, relaxing by the fire and enjoying the company of friends and family. But on a campus like Stanford, winter is pretty different from what we see in Hallmark Christmas movies. Yes, it got colder. Yes, the days got shorter. But amidst the bleak skies and chilly…
During a cross-cultural Diwali celebration Monday night, Stanford Law School students discovered posters spreading a far less inclusive message — white supremacist group Identity Evropa had placed posters promoting “European visions of the post-catastrophic age” and “the end of idiocracy” at the law school, Meyer Green, Sweet Hall, Old Union and Tressider Union.
This quarter, LaIR hours (LaIR), or office hours for the introductory CS 106 classes, were relocated from the Tresidder LaIR to the second floor of Old Union. Students feel that the relocation to Old Union has compromised the efficiency of the LaIR.
After confirming that they will in fact lose their space in Old Union, The Free Store’s future remains uncertain. Unless The Free Store finds a new home by the end of the quarter, the heavily valued resource will be dissolved.
Many Stanford students responding to a recent survey have indicated their support for the Stanford Free Store, which is in danger of losing its current location.
Just days before their grand reopening, Stanford’s Free Store—where students can take items such as clothes, microwaves and textbooks for free and donate their leftover things to help reduce waste—was notified that they would lose their location in Old Union’s basement.
In response to the extreme drought in California, Stanford has implemented an array of water-saving devices and programs throughout campus, including restricting irrigation and offering the Stanford community devices to monitor water usage.