Shortly after my CHEM 171 final exam and one last round of complaining about phase changes, electrochemistry and whatever other God-forsaken concepts were on that final, I went back to my room and took a nap. No scrambling to pack away the last of my things into a suitcase or two. No hurriedly cramming bed…
This year I had the immense privilege of living on the Upper Row. In theory, it’s quite nice: my house is in the tragically-small heart of the campus social scene, is endowed with the resources and size conducive to fostering community, and is staffed by a chef who feeds us heartily, albeit only 10 times a week.
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.
A total of 114 students — 27 fewer than last year — did not receive housing assignments in the 2019-20 draw, according to Residential & Dining Enterprises (R&DE).
As a freshman, I never thought I’d be a resident assistant. Watching my freshman dorm RAs in action, I thought the demands on their time and personal space were more than I could handle. Now a senior, here I am, halfway through my year as an RA in a row house, and the job has…
On Dec. 21, the ResX task force submitted to Provost Persis Drell its recommendations on plans to shape Stanford’s residential living system.
Residential Education (ResEd) will allow Outdoor House to retain its theme for another year, in a reversal of its controversial and unexplained decision — announced earlier this week — to put the residence’s “Outdoor Education” theme on a one-year hiatus.
After years of being paid less than their Resident Assistant (RA) counterparts, Peer Health Educators (PHEs) are utilizing current conversations around mental health and residential life to call renewed attention to their effort to achieve pay equality.