SATIRE: The theme has inspired a bunch of other strange acts like making marriage pacts with norovirus and drenching suits, tuxedos and dresses in vats of liquified norovirus. One frosh even legally changed his name to Alligot Iza Winterbug.
SATIRE: The official rules state that at the beginning of the week, the dorm with the largest number of noro-infected students (latest polls indicate Burbank) will be declared the initial carrier of the Cheese Touch.
Power outages struck parts of campus around 9:15 p.m. on Tuesday, leaving a broad swath of campus without electricity, according to an AlertSU notification sent an hour later. Affected buildings included Crothers Memorial, Stern Hall, Cowell Cluster, the Bookstore, Vaden Health Center, Wilbur Field Garage, Barnum Center and Taper Student Center, according to an AlertSU…
In addition to establishing a Walgreens pharmacy inside the building at 866 Campus Drive, Vaden announced the hiring of world-renowned diagnostician Dr. Gregory House.
Students should expect to wait no more than one week for an in-person consultation with a clinician at CAPS, which has re-vamped its mental health services this year to eliminate the initial phone assessment causing delays in treatment.
Vaden Health Center pharmacy will be operated as Walgreens at Vaden beginning June 24. Vaden’s executive director Jim Jacobs attributes the decision to wanting to broaden the pharmacy’s insurance participation, and to give students access to Walgreens’ nationwide network of drugstores.
In the past two months, there has been one case of chickenpox and one potential measles exposure at Stanford. Vaccination against measles, mumps, and rubella is required for all Stanford students, and vaccination against chickenpox is required for Stanford medical students. While there are no universal vaccination requirements for Stanford faculty and staff, various job-related requirements are based on factors such as patient contact, potential exposure to agents in a lab setting, work with preschoolers and children, and international travel.
Students discussed healthcare with Vaden Health Center Executive Director Jim Jacobs in a heated meeting of the Graduate Student Council (GSC) that ended with no real resolution.