Many Stanford students have painted their faces red and white and jingled their keys in anticipation of the kickoff. But few have lined up at center field, ready to tackle
After a peaceful first week back on the Farm, the second week of Spring Quarter ushered in Stanford’s annual eruption of fliers, campaign videos, and pun-laden slogans. Even for
Last September, federal agents arrested 25-year-old Afghan citizen and U.S. legal resident Najibullah Zazi, thereby foiling what terrorism analysts call the most advanced domestic terrorism plot by al-Qaeda since
Yesterday was Dollie Day: a marathon of jubilant craziness for the Band Members and a marathon of patience for a dozen or so potential Dollies, all of whom were required
It was just past 8 am on a Friday morning, and hundreds of Stanford students were perky, wide-awake, and chattering away. It was the most well-attended party on the Row
So today’s post isn’t inspired by a Stanford professor, an infamous hate group coming to Stanford, or a world-changing scientific breakthrough from Stanford researchers. Today’s post is
Ok, so I know what you’re thinking. The Westboro Baptist Church is composed of complete wackos, who, as noted in yesterday’s post, hate just about every cultural and
When researchers discovered a genetic distinction between FroSoCoans and homo sapiens, it reported the story with tact. When residents of Haus Mitteleuropa began a forceful occupation of La Maison Francaise,
A friend recently alerted me to the fact that Elisheva Milikowsky, leader of Israel’s movement to save Darfurian refugees, is****coming to speak at Stanford. Admittedly, I didn’t
Spearheading a humanitarian non-profit might not be too unusual for a Stanford MBA – but Spirit of America, founded by **Jim Hake, MBA ’83, **adds something extra. From buying school supplies
Ahh, Stanford. What could be more delightful than returning to your palm trees, red tile roofs, and extremely disproportionate concentration of intelligence after a three-week hiatus outside of the Bubble?
Parents, teachers, and mentors have been telling us for years that we are brimming with potential – intelligent, talented, and driven individuals – and that we’ll consequently “go far in life.
Stepping into the Cantor Art Center’s latest exhibition, “From their Studios,” I braced myself. Artwork created entirely by Stanford faculty – did that mean it would be twice as hard
![The Farm stayed steady in the number 4 spot in US New's annual rankings.](http://new.stanfordreview.org/content/images/Memorial-Auditorium.jpg "Memorial Auditorium")The Farm stayed steady in the