Despite collectively requesting 2.5 million in special fees for the coming year, $580,000 approved by the student body for student [https://stanfordreview.org/article/special-fees-groups-leave-half-a-million-dollars-unspent/special-fees-groups-leave-half-a-million-unspent/] organizations went
[https://stanfordreview.org/article/grover-norquist-explains-the-conservative-role-in-prison-reform/norquiest/] Both controversial and almost universally recognized as necessary, prison reform has been creeping up from a longstanding issue in California and other states to
[https://stanfordreview.org/article/libertarian-vice-presidential-candidate-judge-jim-gray-speaks-at-stanford/dsc_0007/] Judge Jim Gray, the Vice-Presidential candidate of the Libertarian party, filled McClelland Auditorium in the GSB on Thursday October 25th. Judge Gray, a
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