I joined the Stanford Review as soon as I came to Stanford. Though no longer an overly idealistic Ron Paul campaign volunteer convinced that non-interventionist foreign policy and minimal economic
At Stanford and other elite colleges, students and faculty fixate on gender, race, ethnic background, and sexual orientation. An African-American student’s description of his family and friends’ experiences of
To many at Stanford, declaring a major in computer science represents caving in. Friends let out knowing, if judgmental, chuckles when a once-undeclared friend’s picture inevitably appears on the
President Trump’s proposal to end funding for the National Endowment for Humanities and the National Endowment for the Arts has provoked ferocious backlash. At Stanford, Caroline Winterer, director of
Last week the Daily Californian absurdly claimed that the violent protests by students and outside activists against Milo Yiannopoulos’s speech were an exercise of “free speech.” Far from it.
During this election, the empathy Stanford preached was not the empathy it practiced. Immediately following the election, our Facebook newsfeeds saw an avalanche of practically identical posts expressing sadness and
Stanford’s mission is practical. It has always aimed to “promote the public welfare” and “qualify its students for personal success, and direct usefulness in life.” Our university has never
Anonymous Groups Tape Over Junipero and Serra Signs Students biking past Wilbur and Stern Halls today might have noticed that the signs for the dorms Junipero and Serra looked different.
Universities have a duty to explain why and when participation in campus groups becomes unacceptable in their eyes. Last week, an email to Harvard undergraduates announced a new university policy.
Tracy Chou, a software engineer at Pinterest and outspoken advocate for diversity in tech, spoke Monday night at the Gates Computer Science Building at a talk sponsored by Stanford Women
Stanford students’ efforts to encourage democratic participation, while noble, would be better invested elsewhere. Two weeks ago, Senate candidate Gabe Rosen faced off against the villainous Emperor Palpatine in the
Education as Self-Fashioning is both fascinating and practical. Stanford should support its expansion. One of the most memorable days of my freshman fall quarter was a trip to the Getty
Taking a break from classes, meetings and activities is underrated on the Farm. My Google calendar is overwhelming sometimes. Too many red, yellow, and green blocks – “lunch with so-and-so”, “math
A Stanford in Government event illustrated the potential for technology to advance public policy. If government were a web browser, it would be Internet Explorer: slow, ugly, and inefficient. Our
On Thursday, a double suicide bombing took forty lives. Barely a day later, a series of shootings and bomb detonations killed 129. Both these attacks were shocking breaks from peace
Anna Mitchell ’19 shares her account of the Stanford NSO experience as a freshman. On the first day of New Student Orientation (NSO), a giant banner on the Stanford campus