We don’t listen. We try to firebomb right-wing rhetoric at Stanford students rather than taking a more nuanced position. We are conservative crybabies. Stanford’s more vocal Review-haters don’
“I swear I spend ten times as many hours on my 3-unit math class as I do on my 5-unit history class. No wonder my humanities friends have time to
You’re a few pages into a Social Psychology reading when your phone buzzes. You respond to the meme that your friend texted you and refresh your email inbox while
Don’t let our enthusiasm for Band and suspicion of the administration prevent us from thinking impartially about Band’s suspension. On December 9, Vice Provost Greg Boardman announced in
A survey of 243 Stanford students sheds light on how factors such as race and socioeconomic status influence students’ romantic preferences. Take a walk through any Stanford dining hall, and
The Review, in the interests of open information, shares the part of joining a sorority that is not talked about enough.
If Stanford students truly believe in the value of a comprehensive education, they should require it of humanities majors as well as engineers. “Introduction to International Relations,” “The Syntax of
The battle over divestment from Israel continues, and this time it’s being fought with chalk. During this year’s Parents’ Weekend, Stanford Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) launched
Despite the amount of statistical diversity in Stanford’s student profile, many of us “find our niches” at Stanford by spending time with people similar to ourselves. Truly taking advantage
If Stanford students genuinely respect religious people, they should also respect the value of their beliefs and practices. At Stanford, we live in a community of students who we were
Last month, the Stanford Board of Trustees approved a 3.5% increase in tuition for the 2015-16 school year, bringing tuition from $44,184 this year up to $45,729.
Although Stanford students decry discrimination, many still make snap judgments about specific subcultures at Stanford. Last week, my dorm participated in Crossing the Line, one of many Stanford traditions aiming
As the college application season comes to a close, it’s common to hear parents and students complain about how much more difficult it is to get into prestigious schools