On Wednesday, Provost Persis Drell published a “Notes from the Quad” blog post that included the statements originally proposed by Emily Doe to be inscribed onto a plaque marking the site of Doe’s Jan. 2015 sexual assault by then-Stanford swimmer Brock Turner.
In the 22nd Meeting of the 19th Undergraduate Senate, a resolution supporting the Accountable and Affordable Health Care Initiatives successfully passed. Senators also discussed the upcoming Cardinal Conversation with controversial social scientist Charles Murray.
Stanford proposed the quote “I’m right here, I’m okay, everything’s okay, I’m right here” as one of several options to adorn a plaque at the site of Brock Turner’s sexual assault, the University has confirmed.
Following Stanford’s rejection of two quotes proposed for a memorial plaque marking the site of Brock Turner’s 2015 sexual assault, Turner’s victim will not participate further in the creation of the plaque, according to Law Professor Michele Dauber, a family friend of the victim’s who proposed and advocated re-landscaping the area of the crime.