Leaked emails reveal WTU’s “sensitive” protest plan Trusted sources have informed the Review that the student group Who’s Teaching UsRead more.
The campus and the country have been liberated — at a cost. America really isn’t like Stanford, even though manyRead more.
The Stanford Review decided against sponsoring a speech by Milo Yiannopoulus As you may know from the Fountain Hopper, aRead more.
Anonymous Groups Tape Over Junipero and Serra Signs Students biking past Wilbur and Stern Halls today might have noticed thatRead more.
The face of the alt-right is scheduled to give a “women-in-tech talk” at Stanford. Milo Yiannopoulos, the provocateur and championRead more.
Contrary to rumors that the event had been canceled, Full Moon on the Quad will take place on Thursday, Jan.Read more.
The Review challenges Stanford to issue its own “UChicago letter” to affirm “the principle that debate or deliberation may notRead more.
The second half of 2016 promises change. We will be adjusting to a new university president, we will be findingRead more.
Pokémon Go has added nearly 8 billion dollars to Nintendo’s total market capitalization since its debut in early July 2016.Read more.
Students are outraged over new alcohol policy that clearly does not take the majority opinion into account. Since it wasRead more.
When the Review asks questions nobody else dares touch, we’ve already won.Read more.
A significant majority of students oppose boycotts, divestment and sanctions targeted at Israel.Read more.
Stanford communities that don’t self-select are most likely to be able to promote a culture of open debate.Read more.
Stanford Students for Justice in Palestine plans an all-out attempt to instate a policy of Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions targetedRead more.
The Senate's history indicates that without realistic goals, student politicians are doomed to perpetual failure.Read more.