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February 17, 1989 | MARK A. STEIN, Times Staff Writer
In an unlikely setting for a farm labor dispute, Stanford University faces a deadline today over whether it will support unionization of 57 farmhands living and working in substandard conditions on university-owned property next to the sprawling campus. The deadline was set Wednesday morning by the university's own on-campus union, United Stanford Workers. The union has given Stanford officials until noon to decide if it will accept the union as the official representative of the farm workers.
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February 17, 1989 | MARK A. STEIN, Times Staff Writer
In an unlikely setting for a farm labor dispute, Stanford University faces a deadline today over whether it will support unionization of 57 farmhands living and working in substandard conditions on university-owned property next to the sprawling campus. The deadline was set Wednesday morning by the university's own on-campus union, United Stanford Workers. The union has given Stanford officials until noon to decide if it will accept the union as the official representative of the farm workers.
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May 29, 1988
Stanford University reflects a "passive diversity" in which people work and attend class together but remain separate, said a report prepared by a 21-member committee appointed last fall by university President Donald Kennedy and Provost James Rosse. The report said the majority of students "are unprepared to deal effectively with people of different ethnic and racial backgrounds."
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