To SLE or not to SLE?
Apologies for the terrible pun. It was just too easy… or should we say “SLEezy.” SLE (Structured Liberal Education) is one of Stanford’s signature
The Review’s Honest Guide to Freshman Housing
While it may feel as though the outside world is crumbling around us, for many students Freshman year hurtles closer and closer, seemingly unimpeded. Despite
Editor’s Note: This Moment in History
“There are no dangerous thoughts; thinking itself is dangerous.” —Arendt Perhaps the most contrarian thing I could say right now is that we, as Stanford
Stanford, Wake up!
An odd sensitivity hovers over campus (or rather, what’s left of campus). Somehow, it is offensive to blame China for a disaster that is
Spoiler Alert: Ben Shapiro Is No Anti-Semite
TL;DR: “Coalition of Concerned Students” calls Ben Shapiro anti-Semitic in apology letter for being anti-semitic. Two days ago, we reported that the “Coalition of
Hoover Class List 2019-2020
In a country where most accuse college campuses of being “liberal bubbles,” Stanford is blessed by the presence of the Hoover Institution, which provides access
Classes for the College Contrarian: The Comprehensive Guide to Getting More out of Stanford
The flexible nature of a liberal arts education is both a blessing and a curse; for the most part, Stanford students can pursue their interests
Listen to Actions, Not Words: Anti-Zionism Is No Excuse for Anti-Semitism
These past weeks, marred by a deadly shooting, the New York Times’ cartoon, and hundreds of rockets launched against Israeli civilians, have been incredibly difficult
Failed and Racist: Why Stanford Should Ditch Affirmative Action
An ongoing lawsuit against Harvard University threatens a sacrosanct admissions policy of America’s elite institutions: affirmative action. Although the practice has been challenged before,
Why Women Can (and Should) Support Brett Kavanaugh
Introductory Note: Many who see this article may remember seeing me tabling about this very topic on White Plaza. In fact, the release of this
Think the Right Cares About Free Speech? Not Always.
Free speech today is often considered a conservative talking point. Both moderates and extremists alike bemoan the violation of free speech protections on college campuses
Should We Say "Of Course" To Feminism?
From last month’s Women’s Marches in Stanford and San Francisco to the sparkly “Of Course I’m a Feminist” stickers adorning laptops and