This article is the first of a three-part series. This article will establish the background of grade inflation at different schools while the second piece will be an analysis of grade inflation at Stanford, and the third will look towards the future. On the surface, the typical grading system seems simple: a 4.0 equals an […]
Our civilization is the living legacy of those who were able to peer through the social consensus of their day – to transcend the comfort of falling in line with their community – and to use their minds in order to create better futures. The current consensus amongst evolutionary biologists is that the transformation of […]
The greater threat: Iran or ISIS?
On August 19, the world watched in horror as ISIS terrorists announced the beheading of American journalist… [more]
Controversy Sparks over Security Mandates
The basement of the Gates Computer Science building has terrible reception. A memorable part of CS107… [more]
Justice Delayed is Justice Protected
Justice Delayed is Justice Denied! Last June, hundreds of students gathered in White Plaza holding signs… [more]