Pro-life is Pro-life
A response to an article published in the Stanford Daily, “Pro-Choice is not Anti-life” by Alex Bayer. I believe that aborting a pregnancy is killing
"You Only Got in Because You’re Black..."
Post-acceptance into Stanford I basked in the proud glory that I had gotten accepted into one of the best schools in the world. I was
Stanford Can Build It!
As we all know, Stanford is a school with a robust start-up culture. Spring quarter is filled with students having conversations that sound a bit
Think Before You Drink
In a letter to Sigma Nu and Sigma Chi fraternities in late September, Nate Boswell, associate dean of residential education, urged the two fraternities to
US Debt a Burden for Our Generation
Over the past several months, Democrats and Republicans have hotly debated the threat of defaulting on the public debt. The discussion culminated on Aug. 2,
Gender-Inclusive Housing Expands Across Stanford
Stanford is taking a front seat in implementing broader living options for students, starting with the recently-expanded and newly-dubbed “gender-neutral/gender-inclusive” housing. Beginning next fall,
The Season of Rush: A Recap
Rush is a notoriously time-consuming process for almost everyone involved. This year’s fraternity rush ran from May 28 to April 9, while sorority rush
How Do You Feel About That?
Stanford is considered the most stressed college campus in America, according to TheDailyBeast.com’s April 2010 study of U.S. News and World Report’
White Plaza Watch: Stanford (Re)united
On Friday from 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM Stanford students signed a banner to show that they stand against religious intolerance. The event was
Stanford Wants You (And Your Money)!
Keeping Close As one of the wealthiest institutions of higher education in the world, Stanford necessarily works to keep its alumni happy and willing to
United Issues, Divided Tactics
[!(http://blog.stanfordreview.org/content/images/2011/02/calrotc-193x300.jpg "calrotc")](http://blog.stanfordreview.org/content/images/2011/02/calrotc.jpg)Stanford students must currently
Stanford Optimistic About Study Abroad in Middle East
Prospects for a Middle East Program With Middle Eastern affairs flooding the media, student curiosity about the region has risen in recent years. After considering