In anticipation of the infamous Full Moon on the Quad's revival, freshman dorm RAs were given an instruction packet on how to demonstrate consent for their residents.
As Family Weekend approaches, Stanford administrators use the guise of student safety to shut down the pro-Palestine and pro-Israel demonstrations in White Plaza.
Between the night of November 9th and the morning of November 10th, a Jewish student’s residence in University safe housing was vandalized with graffiti reading “FREE PALESTINE.” The student,
I stayed awake late last night to read the reports of Israelis being ruthlessly murdered in Hamas’ surprise attack on Israel. Soon after I woke up this morning, I texted
Kappa Alpha, EBF, Jerry, and Narnia—all upperclassman houses—are the latest victims of the War on Fun’s new technology: security cameras.
A Deep Dive Into Hoover and Stanford’s Complicated Relationship
The Hoover Institution puts on a conservative show for its donors, but the reality is that Hoover is abandoning its conservative roots.
For decades, the Hoover Institution has been recognized as an oasis of conservatism on the increasingly liberal Stanford campus. As a result of its conservative bent, Hoover has been the
A year ago the Review published the very funny “The Most Important Classes Stanford Isn’t Offering,” with suggestions ranging from “Math 51X/CSRE 51X: Multi-Truth Calculus and Liberatory Algebra”
By and large, young people are not allowed to want things anymore. Any display of excess joy, wealth, or status is chastised. Though some of these attacks are fair criticisms
After six years, Persis Drell is resigning from her role as Stanford’s Provost. The circumstances of her “stepping down”—as the Stanford Report gently puts it—are unknown, but
This morning, lawyers for Theta Delta Chi (TDX) Chapter at Stanford filed a writ of administrative mandate against Stanford University, which kicked the fraternity off campus after member Eitan Weiner
The Stanford of 2013—when the university was last accredited—seems very different from the Stanford we are burdened with now. Last month, on January 18, 2023, Stanford submitted its
Yesterday, an email was sent to the Jewish community at Stanford by Rabbis
Jessica Kirschner and Laurie Hahn Tapper. This email informed students about a
Snapchat story of a student
If it comes up that I worked on a commune, I first say: “If Tucker Carlson, Ben
Shapiro, or someone of that sort were to make a TV show about
This past spring, I applied to—and was rejected from—a Stanford social
organization. Nor was I alone: over 200 students vied for just 50 spots. This
social organization was
Since young men and women were given the liberty to choose their own partners,
there have been elaborate informal systems about what is—and, more importantly,
what is not—permitted
In the 2022-23 academic year, Stanford freshmen will be required to take a
‘COLLEGE’ class that aims to teach citizenship and foster civic values among
undergraduates. I am skeptical that