Trende On White Voters and Winning Coalitions
Many point to the 2012 election as the cataclysmic coalition-shifting event that will forever mark the end of the GOP, lest it transform itself. But
Election Legal Battles May Be Unavoidable
The New York Times and others are reporting on pre-election and post-election legal battles that could tie up the results of the presidential election for
The Art of Selling Out
Starbucks popped up on campus this summer, and with it came the obligatory op-ed criticizing Stanford for selling out to a corporate behemoth. In the
An Elegy for IHUM
At the final faculty senate meeting last year, several faculty recited a skit in honor of outgoing Chair Rosemary Knight. It also served as an
From the Capital: There’s a Pot of Gold at the End of K Street
*A Stanford student writes on life and politics inside the Beltway. See other posts here. * K-Street used to host many of the largest lobbying firms
Letting Colleges Fail
!(/content/images/Georgetown-University-300x225.jpeg "Georgetown University") Healy Hall at Georgetown University (Wikimedia Commons/Public Domain).Richard Vedder [wrote](http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-09-30/taxpayers-lose-when-colleges-are-too-big-to-fail.
Day in Review: October 2, 2012
Must read news of the day from Stanford and beyond. FACES hosts Condoleezza Rice who delivers a message political reform in China. Overseas seminars are
Online Education: In Hope of Degree Realignment
This is the first in a series of posts that will focus on the so-called “online education revolution”: the rise of free online courses taught
Should we trust the fact checker?
In recent years the “fact check” has risen to obligatory prominence on the pages and screens of news outlets. If a politician says something questionable,
Julian Castro, Stanford Grad, Keynotes at Democratic Convention
The stars have aligned for Stanford graduate Julian Castro. He graduated with a degree in political science in 1996 and subsequently earned a law degree
Resonance Captures Local Music Preference
!(/content/images/Resonance-300x175.png "Resonance")A screenshot of the Resonance playlist at Stanford.A team of Stanford students have developed a project that they hope
What happened in the ASSU Executive race?
The final results are in…87% of the votes went to ASSU Executive candidates Robbie Zimbroff and William Wagstaff. Only 13% went to Stewart Macgregor-Dennis