Tag: reform

  • OSE attempts to reform club application process

    The ultra-competitiveness of some campus clubs persists over a year after the Office of Student Engagement (OSE) implemented measures to reduce competitiveness, students told The Daily. In January 2022, OSE instituted new rules for club membership which prohibit limiting membership based on competitive applications, resumes, transcripts or other metrics which resemble the University’s holistic admissions…

  • “Alter the DNA”: Progressive district attorneys explore possibilities for criminal justice reform

    A panel of elected district attorneys, including Chicago’s Kimberly Foxx, Los Angeles’ George Gascón, and Philadelphia’s Larry Krasner J.D. ’87, spoke at Stanford Law School (SLS) on Tuesday about their respective career paths in the legal system, common challenges faced as a prosecutor and what motivates them to reform the criminal justice system. Moderated by…

  • GSC passes bills supporting affirmative action and election reform

    The Graduate Student Council (GSC) unanimously passed two joint resolutions on affirmative action and Associate Students of Stanford University (ASSU) election reform. The GSC also introduced a letter to the presidential search committee, which listed out a series of qualities they hope to see in a new president at its Tuesday meeting. Bill on affirmative…