Camp Stanford: State of Nature
If you’ve seen the movie Office Space, you’ll remember this scene. The main character, Peter Gibbons, has found himself at a crossroads. He
College: The New High School?
*The Draw incentivizes small, homogenous cliques.*Here’s one solution: switch to the residential college system used by Harvard and Yale. I’ve often said
Sigma Nu Petition for Special Fees Ruled Ineligible - Part 1
As groups across campus struggle to find signatures for their Special Fees petitions, one group faces a more esoteric dilemma: Sigma Nu has discovered that,
An Ideal (House-)Husband
This past week, the New York Times Online posted two debates on the same subject as my column in the Review’s last issue. Excitement!
Can’t a girl get a cosmo?
So there I am – plugging away on my next column about how the GOP has all the true feminists in politics – when I receive an
Why They Hate Us, or Which Young Conservative Stereotype are You?
These days, it seems that the sexiest thing for student columnists to write about is, well, us – the conservatives on campus. Over the last year,
Stanford: World-Renowned Profs …and Powerpoint.
I’m convinced that someone at Stanford has been lining the pockets of *The Princeton Review. * Over the years, *The Princeton Review’s**Best Colleges
Co-Ops the Place for Conservatives
In my house this year, I am Joseph McCarthy. The girl next door is Joseph Stalin. According to their door signs, the boys down the