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About Kyle Huwa

Position: Editor-in-Chief E-mail: kylehuwa at stanford dot edu Class: 2013 Major: Political Science Hometown: Greeley, Colorado Writing Interests: Campus issues, conservative thought, university curriculum, national politics, social conservatism Activities: Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, Stanford Conservative Society

Letting Colleges Fail

By |October 10th, 2012|

Richard Vedder wrote in a Bloomberg op-ed last week that some colleges are too big to fail.

Day in Review: October 2, 2012

By |October 2nd, 2012|

FACES hosts Condoleezza Rice who delivers a message political reform in China.

Online Education: In Hope of Degree Realignment

By |September 20th, 2012|

Through specialization, the free online education movement might provide a solution to the problem of degree inflation.

Should we trust the fact checker?

By |August 31st, 2012|

In recent years the “fact check” has risen to obligatory prominence on the pages and screens of news outlets. If a politician says something questionable, then the fact checkers assess and assign to that statement a certain truth rating. In a flurry of fact checking yesterday, the media shredded VP candidate Paul Ryan’s convention speech.

Julian Castro, Stanford Grad, Keynotes at Democratic Convention

By |August 6th, 2012|

The stars have aligned for Stanford graduate Julian Castro.