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Students are outraged over new alcohol policy that clearly does not take the majority opinion into account. Since it was
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When the Review asks questions nobody else dares touch, we’ve already won.
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A significant majority of students oppose boycotts, divestment and sanctions targeted at Israel.
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Stanford communities that don’t self-select are most likely to be able to promote a culture of open debate.
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Stanford Students for Justice in Palestine plans an all-out attempt to instate a policy of Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions targeted
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The Senate's history indicates that without realistic goals, student politicians are doomed to perpetual failure.
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The Review unpacks the branches of Stanford student government.
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Right-wing demagoguery is the inevitable consequence of a monolithic political culture that refuses to tolerate dissent.
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Universities have a duty to explain why and when participation in campus groups becomes unacceptable in their eyes.
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Hazing, in any type of Greek organization, should be considered neither a secret ritual that bonds you with others nor
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Tracy Chou shared thoughts on diversity in tech on Monday night.
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Stanford students’ efforts to encourage democratic participation, while noble, would be better invested elsewhere.
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This evening, the Stanford Class of 2017 Presidents released the results of a comprehensive survey taken on Full Moon on
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Even Berkeley cares more about its military-affiliated students than Stanford does.
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As a conservative, I arrived hopeful for Boehner's speech. As a conservative, I left disgusted.
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  • Mia

    LOL @ this article

  • NativeLivesMatter

    How does it feel that the (way better written and way better in general) response to this logical fallacy of an article has over 300 more shares than this one? :) :) :)

    PS: Of course the CATHOLIC News Agency would say Serra is a good guy. Lol.