Stop Talking About Your Grades
Two weeks ago, the faculty senate voted to make Satisfactory/No Credit the universal grading standard for Undergraduates this quarter. 100 students immediately circulated a
Editor’s Note: Reclaiming the Review
The Review has not been the most prominent campus organization during my three years at Stanford. My freshman year, the Fountain Hopper’s dramatic investigative
Editor's Note: Reviving Stanford's Contrarian Ethos
Stanford prides itself on thinking differently. Often flagrantly ignoring convention, Stanford students look forward to the future rather than ruminating on the past. The University's
Does Stanford Understand The Importance of The Humanities?
Few university provosts, let alone those at places like Stanford, call the work of their institution “second-rate.” Yet that is how Provost Persis Drell described
In Refreshing Turn, Student Senate Champions Free Speech
Historically, The Review has had a tenuous relationship with the ASSU, Stanford’s student government. We’re often their most fervent critics when it comes
The Real Scandal: Systemic Unfairness in College Admissions
The United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts busted a scandal yesterday that shocked the world of higher education. Head Coaches at Stanford, Yale,
The Left's Aaron Persky Hypocrisy
When I listened to co-founder of Black Lives Matter Alicia Garza speak at CEMEX Auditorium two weeks ago, mass incarceration was one of the core
Stanford Pretends to Be Egalitarian. Then Rush Happens.
“A spirit of equality must be maintained within the University,” declared Jane Stanford in 1902. The University, she argued, ought to “resist a tendency to