Why are you running for ASSU Executive and what experiences qualify you for the
Jonathan and I are running for ASSU Executive because we believe our depth and
The Stanford Review’s exclusive interview with Billy Kemper and Josh Meisel.
Why are your slate running for ASSU Executive? What are your slate’s goals at
As a follow up to my interview with ASSU Exec candidate Thom Scher (11), I met
with his running mate Stephanie Werner (11) to discuss accountability in the
The Stanford Review‘s exclusive interview with Katherine Heflin and Daniel
The slate also has a video posted to YouTube.
I sat down with Thom Scher (11), candidate for ASSU Exec, for his first official
interview of the election season on Tuesday afternoon. Scher shares his
qualifications, discusses key issues
As the ASSU election season begins, the priorities of next year’s student
government and the issues affecting the student body will soon consume campus.
In addition, those not running
In a further blow to ASSU credibility, the Review has learned that the 2008-09
Senate credit card was revoked after a failure to provide documentation for
purchases and the misuse
When it comes to recruiting prospective undergraduates for Stanford University,
the Undergraduate Office of Admissions does something right. Last year, nearly
30,428 students applied for undergraduate admission to Stanford.
This winter quarter, the Ethics and Society program will be offering a new class
entitled, “Moral Foundations of Capitalism”. Taught by part-time professor Dr.
John McCaskey, the seminar has been