The ongoing renovation of the Roble Gym, a previous haven for performance arts studios, has left many dance groups struggling to find practice spaces that fit members’ needs, both in regards to scheduling and physical logistics.
The ASSU and the Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs (VPSA) are forming a working group to review use of the Old Union complex following a preliminary report that stated Old Union is not serving the Stanford community to its full potential.
Several senators expressed a need for more 24-hour study spaces or a 24-hour eatery on campus.
Everyone’s heard the saying: Stanford students are like ducks, calm on the surface, but paddling furiously under the water. The Wellness Project, a new student group, wants to give those ducks some water wings.
The BeWell program’s student outreach campaign took its next steps on Wednesday with the first Student Wellness Fair, held in White Plaza.
Student Services Division, officer salaries dominated Tuesday’s Senate meeting
It appears that the Student Services Division (SSD) will have to go back to the budget drawing board after a bill requesting Senate approval for the SSD to move to special fees was shot down after the petition already garnered more than 900 signatures in its current format on Tuesday.
With special fees petitioning season on its way, the ASSU Undergraduate Senate last night considered the projected Student Services Division (SSD) budget, which will move SSD to special fees for the first time this year. A number of senators expressed clear opposition to the allotted stipends, suggesting that SSD officers ought not be paid through the special fee at all.