Editor’s Note: Looking Back, Looking Forward
As the outgoing Editor-in-Chief, I am pleased to note that The Stanford Review has continued its fine tradition of offering an alternative voice on campus,
Editor’s Note: On Politics and Pragmatism
A popular perception about Stanford is that an overwhelming majority of students are left-leaning, and that Stanford’s conservative population is limited to a few
Editor’s Note: On Grade Inflation
Within the past week, there was an interesting debate in the Stanford Review’s blog about grade inflation. Otis Reid, the author of the blog
Editor’s Note: Why Not Victory?
At the Methodist school I attended years ago, the principal would announce the school’s achievements in an annual speech. He would talk about academic
Editor’s Note: The Full Moon Dilemma
If I were a Stanford administrator, I probably would not have cancelled Full Moon on the Quad on the basis of H1N1 concerns. After all,
Editor’s Note: Welcome to Campus!
As new students and old-timers return to Stanford, this fall quarter looks to be a truly exciting one. Even as classes restart and student clubs
SIEPR Talk Emphasizes That Global Financial Crisis Hurts Trade, and Could Hurt Foreign Goodwill
On May 6, 2009, the Stanford Institute of Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) held a breakfast with the President of the New York Stock╩Exchange, Duncan
The Petty Politics of the ASSU Elections
Stanford students are an ambitious, competitive lot. Generally, every Stanford student has a track record of excellence that got him or her into this school.
North Korea, not America, is a Paper Tiger
![North Korean President Kim Jong Il talks during a meeting with the European Union delegation in Pyongyang Wednesday, May 2, 2001. In North Korea's highest
The Dutchman vs. the Devout Muslims
![Indian Muslims burn a poster of Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders during a protest against a recent Dutch film that portrays Islam, in Jammu, India, Friday,
Bush’s Foreign Policy: A Problem of Insufficient Time
![President Bush, Secretary Rice, and National Security Adviser Hadley. Ron Edmonds/The Associated Press)](/content/uploads/NatlSec.jpg)President Bush, Secretary Rice, and National Security
Hollywood Liberals on Race: A Film Review of Australia
![Not so progressive after all. (Andrew Medichini/The Associated Press)](/content/uploads/Australia.jpg)Not so progressive after all. (Andrew Medichini/The Associated Press) *Australia*