In an organization-wide email sent to employees of Stanford Student Enterprises (SSE) this morning, SSE Board of Directors chairman Ateeq Suria Ph.D. ’16 and ASSU President John-Lancaster Finley ’16 announced the resignation of SSE CEO/Financial Manager Frederik Groce ’14.
The 17th ASSU Undergraduate Senate revisited the Fair Trade Bill and previewed future plans, before the quarter begins to wrap up.
John-Lancaster Finley ’16, who is currently a member of the Undergraduate Senate, is the newly elected Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) President-elect. The Daily sat down with Finley to discuss campus culture and his plans as ASSU Executive.
In a meeting again focused heavily on the funding of student groups, the 16th Undergraduate met Tuesday night.
With special elections a day away, Senators and ASSU executives stressed the need for sustained advocacy for the funding reform bill on the ballot at Tuesday night’s meeting of the Undergraduate Senate.
After a quarter of struggling to fund student groups (or voluntary student organizations, VSOs), the Undergraduate Senate has called a special election to be held Thursday and Friday for a vote on funding reform.
Many a Stanford student goes through their time on campus, perceiving the ASSU as some enigmatic, mystical organization doing important things and making important decisions on behalf of the student body.
The final meeting of the 15th ASSU Undergraduate Senate began with the swearing-in of recently elected ASSU Executives Elizabeth Woodson ’15 and Logan Richard ’15 on Tuesday evening. Woodson and Richard were sworn in by Administration and Rules Committee Chair John-Lancaster Finley ’16, who will also serve in the 16th Senate.