Is There a Brain Drain of Stanford Students?
“Excellence alone without humanity is worthless.” – Harold Koh The Haas Center, located right off the southeastern rim of Campus Drive, has a respectable motto: choosing
Second Thoughts on Palestinian Statehood
I stand with Palestine. As an Israeli citizen and committed Zionist, I support Palestinian statehood both because it’s necessary for a [!(/content/images/Screen-Shot-2013-01-12-at-12.
The Future of the Grand Old Party
On November 7th, President Barack Obama was handily reelected by a wide margin in the electoral college, and a slim majority in the popular vote.
Partisanship in the Classroom: Stanford Faculty and the 2012 Elections
As the election cycle heats up across the nation, Stanford campus is no exception to the excitement and activism. Already, a number of “get out
Student Politicians Face Campaign Restrictions
[!(/content/images/Campaign-Restrictions-Stanford-News-300x181.jpg "Campaign Restrictions (Stanford News)")](http://stanfordreview.org/article/student-politicians-face-campaign-restrictions/campaign-restrictions-stanford-news/)Although White Plaza is the most prominent free speech zone on
Building Religious Life Out of Diversity of Opinions
[!(/content/images/Duane-Weiler-Credit-Lisa-Wallace-Stanford-Review-300x200.jpg "Duane, Weiler (Credit- Lisa Wallace, Stanford Review)")](http://stanfordreview.org/article/building-religious-life-out-of-diversity-of-opinions/duane-weiler-credit-lisa-wallace-stanford-review/)This Shabbat dinner organized by the Jewish Students
Rove v. Gibbs
Stanford in Government and the Stanford Speakers Bureau hosted former chief GOP strategist Karl Rove and former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs to discuss
Stanford Research Finds Widening Education Gap in the U.S.
A recent study by Stanford Professor Sean Reardon found that the educational achievement gap between students from rich and poor families has widened in the
Low-income Republicans Dissatisfied with Government Efforts
[!(/content/images/Weiler-1-231x300.jpg "Weiler 1")](http://stanfordreview.org/article/low-income-republicans-dissatisfied-with-government-efforts/weiler-1/)Although the complaint of low-income Republicans may seem similar to that of Occupy
Students Gear up for 2012 Campaigns
Despite the dramatic state of the Republican primaries, Stanford students’ reactions to the campaigns vary in interest and involvement. However, a number of student organizations