Stanford Review - Archive - Volume XXIV - Issue #5
Stanford Surgeon Nezhat And Medical Center Face Allegations Of Unethical Behavior
Dr. Camran Nezhat, a world famous gynecological surgeon, is director of the Stanford Endoscopy Center and clinical professor of the Stanford School of Medicine. He has invented new techniques in laparoscopy, a method of minimally invasive surgery, and has achieved great renown in the medical community. However, since 1993, the year in which he arrived at Stanford, he has faced serious questions about his integrity.....Full Story in Ethics and the Academy
Editor's Note: Ethics and the Academy
Is Peter Singer on a crusade to save the orangutangs, the baboons, the apes, the mandrills and the whole host of screeching primates? If so, that should include us.....Full Story in Editor's Note.....by Johnny Openshaw, editor-in-chief
Reasons to Dismantle Social Security
Each year, nearly 43 million Americans pay 12.4% of their income to the government system of social security......Full Story in Opinion.....by Kimberly Torrence
Peter Singer: Taxation Without Representation For The Orangutang
Princeton bioethics professor Peter Singer's recent lecture at Stanford on the rights of non-humans certainly raises some interesting questions.....Full Story in Ethics and the Academy.....by Henry Towsner
Flattery and Privacy: Persuasive Technology
Technology has always changed the lives of human beings, but only recently has technology been a means to literally change human behavior.....Full Story in Ethics and the Academy.....by David Myszewski
eBay Meets Mayfield: A Market-Oriented Draw
Everyone can finally breathe a sigh of relief about the Draw. Now that everyone except the unassigned knows where they are going to live and the uncertainty is ended.....Full Story in Opinion.....by Bob McGrew
What is the Theme of the Theme Dorms?
The big word these days is diversity - we are supposed to believe that more diversity is better for everyone. But what actually happens when we put an emphasis on diversity?.....Full Story in Opinion.....by John Gibbs
The Week in Review
Draw Drama Complete.....
ASSU Elections Made Official.....
Enthusiastic Class of 2004 Response.....
Men's Tennis Triumphant.....compiled by Scott Rasmussen
With finals about to start, most students are trying to figure out how they can fit time to study between the next big party and the three papers conveniently due the day before a one day long dead "week." So the Chief has prepared a list of some of the less well known locations to study on campus.
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Cartoons: Rebel Yell by Alec Rawls and Hire and Hire by Ryan Parks
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