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.
Stanford’s campus is known for its beauty. Perfectly landscaped lawns, palm-tree lined roads and a total absence of litter. On sunny days, students flock to its fountains and outdoor spaces. Yet few think about all of the work that goes into maintaining its appearance, as well as keeping the day-to-day operations of the University and…
The theme for this year’s FoodInno conference addressed the waste accumulated at every step of the food production process
The first meeting of the 2019-2020 Graduate Student Council (GSC) reflected on the year’s successes before looking to the future with elections of officer positions, announcements from R&DE regarding summer plans and a discussion of academic advisors and their role in the graduate school.
San Francisco rents, facing sharp fluctuations over the last 45 years, exhibit the symptoms of the housing crisis. But nearby, Stanford’s residential fees have remained steady over the same time period.
On Tuesday night, the Campus Workers Coalition collaborated with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 2007 to host a teach-in.
With fall quarter underway, the Bay Area-based Farmscape approaches the one-year anniversary of the start of its work with Residential & Dining Enterprises (R&DE) cultivating Teaching Gardens at 10 dining halls around campus.