During the meeting, Senators voted on and unanimously passed two pieces of legislation, one of which confirmed Saturday’s preliminary election results. Additionally, two new bills, regarding campus free speech, were introduced and the bill on electoral reform, introduced at the last Senate meeting, was further discussed.
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With elections on the horizon, Tuesday night’s Undergraduate Senate meeting began with ballot testing. Senators then introduced and discussed two pieces of legislation and passed one other bill.
In a meeting characterized by tension between the Undergraduate Senate and Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) executives, the Senate discussed three bills, one of which was passed.
With Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) elections just over a month away, candidates spent the past week attempting to make it on the ballot. By the end of the petitioning period, 53 out of 54 candidates — all candidates except the Sophomore Class President slate Cedro Corn — had gathered enough signatures. However, their efforts underscored…
Controversy surrounding D’Souza, who spoke Thursday on what he sees as historical and present racism in the Democratic Party, has been ongoing since November.
A former senator plans to appeal to the ASSU Constitutional Council after the Election Commission rejected his filing for a second Undergraduate Senate term.
Under the resolution, the Senate “recognizes anti-Semitism as an important problem on our campus and condemns it in all its forms and amongst all its purveyors.”