My Life As A White Man
Spread the word: it’s “What Is White?” Week at Stanford. Events include a keynote address by anti-racist activist Tim Wise (check out that link,
Campaign Spending Limits: The Wrong Answer
The ASSU Senate has once again tried — and failed — to implement spending caps in Senate elections. The fact that only three of fifteen Senators voted
Five Things To Keep In Mind This (Admit) Weekend
Yes, it’s finally here: in just a few short days, the Class of 2015 (2015? Really? I’m officially old now.) will descend on
What Is "Hate Speech?"
On Tuesday night, the Stanford Anscombe Society (SAS) hosted its first event: a talk by Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse of the Ruth Institute on “Marriage
Sections: What Are They Good For?
I’m currently enjoying my last quarter on the Farm. After three and two-thirds years, I can say with some confidence that I’m very
Order in the Majors!
One of my favorite things about Stanford- perhaps, in all honesty, my single favorite thing about Stanford- is my peers’ readiness to engage in intellectual
Eight Ways to Fix College?
I just saw a Washington Post article on the “eight ways to get higher education back into shape.” For the time-strapped, here’s what the
Special Fees Refunds: Free Lunches and Privacy
There’s been a lot of talk on Fiat Lux about Special Fees policies recently; my friend and colleague Quinn Slack, a former ASSU elections
5 Awesome Classes You Should Take at Stanford
In the past, the Review has often published quarterly features making fun of the most ridiculous-sounding classes in the Bulletin. In the spirit of fairness
Let’s Talk About Careers
When we first arrive at Stanford, we’re encouraged to explore. Everyone from Hennessy on down tells freshmen the same thing: take random classes that
Thinking Critically at Stanford
In a Washington Post op-ed last Sunday, Heather Wilson, a long-serving member of the Rhodes Scholarship selection committee, expresses her concerns about the state of
Civility in Politics? In Your Dreams
!(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/31/Southern_Chivalry.jpg)The good old days of civil political discourse.It’s become quite fashionable these