During a cross-cultural Diwali celebration Monday night, Stanford Law School students discovered posters spreading a far less inclusive message — white supremacist group Identity Evropa had placed posters promoting “European visions of the post-catastrophic age” and “the end of idiocracy” at the law school, Meyer Green, Sweet Hall, Old Union and Tressider Union.
Tresidder witnesses the annual exodus of undergraduate students and welcomes the homecoming of sweltering heat, sun-kissed skin, seasonal fireworks and inundation of campers, athletes, conference attendees and employees.
This quarter, LaIR hours (LaIR), or office hours for the introductory CS 106 classes, were relocated from the Tresidder LaIR to the second floor of Old Union. Students feel that the relocation to Old Union has compromised the efficiency of the LaIR.
According to a University press release, Tresidder Memorial Union will be undergoing renovations this summer, including both the retail and office spaces.
A trio of a delayed phone all-clear message regarding Tuesday’s evacuation of Tresidder Memorial Union, a malfunctioning steam valve at the Cardinal Cogen facility and a series of Amber Alerts awoke the Stanford community early Wednesday morning.
For the past five weeks of school, “Decadence” has been a word of mystery. While scarfing down your Panda Express or indulging in some pumpkin Fraiche, you probably noticed that this curiously enticing vendor was “coming soon” to Tresidder. The curtain has finally been unveiled: Decadence, Stanford’s first-ever sweet shop, has made its debut.
Employees at the Coffee House(CoHo) braced for the worst when they first heard that a new Starbucks was opening just doors down from their long-standing Tresidder location.
During spring quarter finals week, Old Union hosted a technology camp for high schoolers, rather than accommodating Stanford students studying for exams.