The second Stanford pop-up food bank provided food to 197 families on Monday, Sept. 23, marking the growing momentum of the student-led push to alleviate food insecurity on campus.
While Miller’s resolution constituted a large component of the meeting, the Council also considered concerns about the Students’ Outdoor Center and the future of food insecure students.
After months of debate over potential solutions to combat graduate food insecurity, the first Graduate Student Council (GSC) meeting of the academic year included reflection on recent developments the Council has supported. From a pilot program for a popup food bank to changes to Stanford dining policies, the Council discussed progress made and plans to…
Despite there being far fewer dining options available over the summer, students living in most on-campus residences over the summer are required to pay for a meal plan. In the face of limited summer dining options, students have responded with praises, concerns and hopes for how these mandatory meal plans will serve them in the future.
After months of delays and student activists’ efforts, Second Harvest of Silicon Valley, a local food bank whose website says it feeds a tenth of Silicon Valley’s population, will deliver food to Stanford’s campus on three pilot dates. Monday is the first delivery, with the others planned for Sept. 23 and Oct. 28.
The Escondido Village (EV) graduate housing project will house 2,431 additional graduate students in Fall 2020 –– increasing graduate student housing by 20 percent and bringing off-campus students onto East Campus.
Debates over potential solutions to combat graduate student food insecurity dominated the Graduate Student Council (GSC) meeting on Wednesday night.
The theme for this year’s FoodInno conference addressed the waste accumulated at every step of the food production process