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.
Wood paneling decorates the Center for Inter-Religious Community, Learning and Experiences (CIRCLE)’s sanctuary room, which is flooded with natural sunlight spilling into the room through the sanctuary’s wide windows. While the room has an air of spirituality that is both comforting and respectful, what truly marks the space as a home for inter-religious community, learning…
The 2013 edition of Stanford’s classic Full Moon on the Quad (FMOTQ) will take place tonight on the Main Quad with new additions including food trucks and a photo booth projecting pictures on a giant screen.
Stanford will open a Muslim resource center at the start of the 2013-14 academic year, culminating an effort by Muslim students and other supporters — almost 25 faculty members — that has lasted nearly a decade.