Among others, the GSC discussed an initiative to rebrand Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) and Stanford Student Enterprises (SSE).
With over 650 student groups already formally recognized, students looking to create a new club or organization can do so through Student Activities and Leadership (SAL). However, while SAL accepts applications for new groups at the beginning of each quarter, not all groups have an easy time getting approved. Likewise, the continued survival of a club isn’t always guaranteed.
In this article, The Stanford Daily will take a look into what it takes to create a new student group, what options students have when creating their own organization, and what it takes to retain status as an official group.
With the buzz on campus about the amount of money that voluntary student organizations (VSOs) receive from students through the special fees process, Paul Benigeri ’15 has a simple solution—a computer script allowing students to opt out of the special fees process.
The ASSU Undergraduate Senate meeting on Tuesday night started off with unanimous passage of the bill establishing the Division of Internal Review (DIR), a bill that failed at last week’s Senate meeting.