On October 29th, Brown University’s Taubman Center for Public Policy scheduled a talk by New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly about “pro-active policing.” A group of students and
New Policy Expands Executive Power, Eliminates Due Process The signing into law of the National Defense Authorization Act for 2013 represents either lack of care for constitutional rights or a
My mother and I have a restraining order against a man who has threatened violence against us and who has access to guns. For this reason, my mother recently got
Rachel Maddow, television host, author, LGBT advocate, and Stanford alumna, returned to her alma mater on March 16 for the first time since graduating to give a lecture in Memorial
Academic Affairs held a meeting with Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education Harry Elam for students to voice their opinions about the recent proposal for schedule changes next year. Among other
The Palo Alto City Council became the latest of many in California to consider an endorsement of the grassroots organization Move to Amend’s proposal for a 28th constitutional amendment.