The Chris Dorner Saga: Individual Liberty and Justice?
I know that Chris Dorner is not officially deceased, but I am going to write this article assuming he is, considering the man who died
Keyser Soze? Azia Kim? Lennay Kekua?
Last week as I was watching the national title game, I was beginning to wonder if Manti Te’o even existed, considering the way that
Tebow and the Critics
Call me naive, stupid, or whatever you want, I just don’t get it plain and simple. Why do so many people dislike Tim Tebow?
The Tragedy in Connecticut: A Blunt Realization
I am not a pessimist, but pure evil can never be addressed politically or socially in this lifetime and consciousness. It exists, and will continue
What Do You Need to Know about Parking and Transportation?
With the beginning of a new academic year, the Stanford Parking and Transportation department (P&TS) is swamped with new requests for parking permits
The Stanford Defense, The Field Rush, and Another Win over USC
With Stanford’s momentous upset over second-ranked USC on Saturday night, ripples were sent out through the ranks of college football. The Trojans, who have
Let Them Eat Chicken: My Thoughts on the Chick-fil-a Controversey
The recent hotbed for debate has been the ugly and confusing roundabout of remarks surrounding the Chick-fil-a restaurant chain. As usual, I have my criticisms
Guns, Drugs, and Rights: What do these things say about the American Political Landscape?
In the wake of the tragic shooting in Aurora, Colorado this week, the media pundits, celebrities, and what seems endless facebook/twitter activists have re-sparked
Why I Find Joe Paterno’s Letter Ridiculous
In light of the trial surrounding former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky, a 7-month old letter has been released written by Joe Paterno, which focused
Are We Connected?
With the explosive growth of social media and technological ease to communicate around the world, our culture as of late has prided itself on being
Why I Love the BCS, and What I Would Change
The current BCS system for many years now has been under much scrutiny on the figures the computers provide, as well as the selections process
What can Stanford learn from Bubba Watson?
For my fellow golf fans out there, watching the Masters last weekend was one of the most thrilling golf tournaments I have ever witnessed. Sure,