Editor’s Note: Vision Inspires Action
Dear Readers, Earlier this month a video leaked of GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney stating, among other things, that 47% of Americans believe that they
Who is waging the "War on Women?"
The facts are pretty surprising. Controversy over women’s issues in the 2012 presidential campaign exploded this week when Mitt Romney claimed that Obama is
E2.0 Launches Entrepreneurship-themed "eDorm"
[!(/content/images/Wallace-1-300x205.jpg "Wallace 1")](http://stanfordreview.org/article/e2-0-launches-entrepreneurship-themed-edorm/wallace-1/)Marx, currently a Suites house, will be transformed into the new “eDorm,” to
Does the UAR Limit the Quality of Undergraduate Research?
!(/content/images/DSCF0171-224x300.jpg "DSCF0171")UAR is housed in Sweet Hall. (Photo Credit: Kyle Huwa)But does Stanford University promote an analogous level of *intellectual*
Not Just Mitt Romney... Stanford Affiliates Currently Working in Politics
[ !(/content/images/t1larg.eikenberry.gi-11-300x168.jpg "t1larg.eikenberry.gi (1)")](http://stanfordreview.org/article/not-just-mitt-romney-stanford-affiliates-currently-working-in-politics/t1larg-eikenberry-gi-1-2/)Lt. Gen. Karl Eikenberry will be speaking at Stanford
Jordan Williamson Solidarity Post-Fiesta Bowl
!(/content/images/jordan-williamson-story-reuters.jpg "jordan-williamson-story-reuters")Jordan Williamson after his performance at the Fiesta BowlThis week novice journalist and Stanford student Sam Fisher ’14 was published
Is it the End of the Future?
When He opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature say, “Come and see.” So I looked, and behold, a black horse, and
Steele Becomes Education Dean
Starting this academic year Claude Steele, a distinguished scholar of social psychology and former provost at Columbia University, will be returning to Stanford to serve
Arrillaga Dining Commons Opens
This school year, the Arrillaga Family Dining Commons will usher in a generous serving of health and wellness with the introduction of ultra-customizable, nutritionally-optimized dining
Anscombe Society’s Loud Launch
A Stanford freshman and a core group of committed followers have launched a a Stanford chapter of The Anscombe Society. The Anscombe Society is a
American Conservatism in SoCo
Sophomore college is a collection of application-only three-week-long summer seminars open to incoming undergraduate sophomores every summer before fall quarter begins. “SoCo,” as it is
Elections: Turnout and ROTC
This spring, ASSU general election results ushered in a mixture of routine and pivotal changes for the 2011-2012 academic year. Not only did this year’