This Year in Review
This past year was a contentious one at Stanford. Throughout the year, the Stanford Review published many articles that influenced campus debate. The Review was
Fossil Fuel Divestment: The Logical Choice
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Eric Garner and Police Deadly Force: What is the Law?
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Review of What We’re Reading
At the Review we strive for independent and rigorous thinking. Part of developing this mindset is viewing thought-provoking content and having critical discussions. Here’s
Daniel Ellsberg: Snowden would not get a fair trial – and Kerry is wrong
Edward Snowden is the greatest patriot whistleblower of our time, and he knows what I learned more than four decades ago: until the Espionage Act
Secrets, lies and Snowden’s email: why I was forced to shut down Lavabit
Read Ladar Levinson’s letter in which he tells the story about how his encrypted email service, Lavabit, was shut down by the federal government,
Out of Prohibition’s Reach: How Technology Cures Toxic Policy
Drug policy is a contentious issue. Prohibition creates undue violence and fills prisons with victimless offenders. Addiction is a difficult topic, though, and the effects
Constitutional Council finds the actions of the GSC constitutional
On Saturday May 17, 2014 Stanford’s Constitutional Council announced the majority opinion on Stanford Anscombe Society v. Graduate Student Council. Learn more about the
Dear Class of 2014: Thanks for Not Disinviting Me
Members of the Class of 2014, I salute you. My warmest wishes on the occasion of your graduation from this fine institution. > And, before I
Join Ike’s Army and The Review in support of Ike’s Place!
Join Ike’s Army and The Stanford Review at Ike’s Place at noon on Friday to protest the replacement of the popular sandwich shop
Glenn Greenwald: how the NSA tampers with US-made internet routers
The NSA has been covertly implanting interception tools in US servers heading overseas – even though the US government has warned against using Chinese technology for
Why Can’t Congress Even Pass an Infrastructure Bill?
Among the most embarrassing and unconscionable failures of the 113th Congress has been the inability to act in any way to help the economy through