Graduate Student Council (GSC) members reflected on campus food security and discussed potential measures to address it in a meeting that also saw Residential and Dining Enterprises (R&DE) update the Council on construction.
The majority of graduate students in the U.S. live on less than $20,000 a year. In Palo Alto, one of the most expensive places to live in America, things don’t get any easier.
I go to Sweetgreen a lot. Like, literally the only gifts I ever ask for are Sweetgreen gift cards, a lot. I used to create my own salad, until I started ordering with the Sweetgreen app and realized how many calories I was consuming—a meager 380!! My beloved twelve dollar salad put me in the mood to snack; and, now I realized why. So, I started adding a few more things—got my salad up to 540 calories—and suddenly, I had a meal, not a snack, a satisfied belly, and maybe I paid one or two dollars more.
From navigating broken blenders to mildewed shower tiles, campus workers shared their experiences working for the University at a Thursday storytelling event highlighting personal narratives related to workers’ rights.
During open session, the GSC discussed The Daily’s request to receive annual grant funding from the Council despite missing the deadline for portions of the application.
All six resident apartments in Building 70 have been affected by rat mites and or rat presence in their homes.
Graduate students were not allowed to attend last Thursday’s Residence and Dining Enterprises (R&DE) Lunar New Year dinner, a decision the Graduate Student Council co-chair called “discriminatory.”
The Graduate Student Council (GSC) on Wednesday night expressed concerns that graduate students would not be able to attend Residential and Dining Enterprises’ (R&DE) Lunar New Year celebration, which will be held in Wilbur Dining Hall on Thursday.