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Storey

House Description

Address: 
544 Lasuen Mall, Stanford, CA 94305
Location: 
The Row
Complex: 
The Row
Housing Theme Type: 
Academic
Theme Name: 
Human Biology
Independent Living (The Row): 
Self-ops
Preassignment: 
Yes

 

 

Photograph of staff during campus opening.

Storey House is an undergraduate resident theme house for Human Biology, devoted to developing an intellectual community among students interested in Human Biology topics at Stanford. Our house works to integrate the interests of students with a variety of different majors. In addition to exploration of human biology subjects, our theme house also collaborates with other themed houses on the row to facilitate interdisciplinary learning and to build relationships with our neighbors.

Storey House is also known for its extraordinary food; students and staff travel from across campus every other week for our extravagant brunches. Overall, the house has a very comforting feeling, as a result of the tight knit community.

It is our goal to foster a caring community and to provide a place where people can build lifelong relationships. It is our goal to foster a community that resembles our families at home and to provide a place where people can build lifelong relationships.

A Note from the Faculty Theme Affiliate, Lisa Medoff

Welcome to Storey House!

The upcoming academic year promises to be an exciting one for Storey House residents. Residents will have the opportunity to work with ATAs to develop diverse activities related to HumBio themes, including hosting faculty and outside speakers at house events, field trips, and a student initiated course.The Program in Human Biology also works to provide house residents with the opportunity to personally meet visiting speakers coming to campus for HumBio classes and events.

If you have any ideas for events or faculty you would like to host, please contact me or your ATAs.  We are very much looking forward to the coming year!

Community Information

Residence Type: 
Self-Op

Exterior photograph of Storey.

Information regarding mail and package delivery

Students living in Row Houses (Upper Row, Lower Row, Clusters 1, 2, or 3/Cowell) are strongly encouraged to follow the directions for the mail and package process provided on the Mail Delivery and Shipping page, as the PO Box address is each student’s official Stanford address and should be maintained during their entire undergraduate career.­ However, Row residents are also able to have mail packages delivered directly to their Row house by addressing mail and packages to the house's street address.­ Please be reminded that Student Housing/the University accepts no responsibility for packages sent to/delivered at individual residences.

Additional Community Information

What’s the coolest thing about your house and community?

Storey is a chance to meet people (especially seniors) from all across campus. Think frosh dorm, but more chill.

What qualities make a successful Storey staff member?

Successful staff members are fun, chill, and inclusive.

Our house is meaningful to the Stanford community because…

Our house is meaningful to the Stanford community because it IS so Stanford. Cool people with cool interests living together.

Requirements to Qualify for Pre-Assignment

Human biology related image.

How Rooms Are Assigned

Pre-assigned residents are entered into the in-house draw just like all other residents - no preference is given.

Tier Requirement

Pre-assignment to Storey REQUIRES the use of a TIER TWO housing choice.

Additional Requirements

Pre-assignment to Storey House will be considered for students who fulfill the following conditions:

  1. Are Human Biology majors OR have a strong interest in Human Biology
  2. Are willing to meet all of the pre-assignment requirements once assigned (see below)

Requirements of Pre-Assigned Residents of Storey

Pre-assignment will be considered for students who agree to complete the following requirements:

  1. Attend three HumBio theme events per quarter.
  2. Discussing events attended and presenting academic interests in monthly pre-assigned student meetings.
  3. Take the 1-unit Spring-Quarter student initiated course (SIC) taught by the ATAsand lead a HumBio-related presentation.
  4. Attend two field trips over the course of the year (these events will be put on by the ATAs).

Note: These requirements are subject to slight change by next year's ATAs.

 

House Staff

Resident Assistants (RA)
: 1
Academic Theme Associate (ATA)
: 2
Community Manager (CM)
: 1
Financial Manager (FM)
: 1
Kitchen Manager (KM)
: 1
Resident Computing Consultant (RCC)
: 1