Student Perspectives on Same-Sex Marriage
In light of the Supreme Court’s recent oral arguments over the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and California’s Proposition 8, The Stanford
Stanford, Federal Government Partner to Preserve Historic Software
Stanford University Libraries has begun a project to preserve the roughly 15,000 pieces of software dating from 1972 to 1993 in the Stephen M.
Should Stanford Subsidize STEM Degrees?
If Stanford tried charging higher tuition for students of color, lawsuits would be filed faster than you can say “Civil Rights Act of 1964.” If
Hanushek: Low Tuition at Public Universities Is Unfair
Hoover Fellow Dr. Hanushek argues that taxpayers shouldn’t subsidize society’s future “winners.” Does the argument hold water? At a recent talk on campus,
Liberal Infighting in California: Voters Must Choose Between Competing Tax Hikes
This Tuesday, Californians will vote for two ballot initiatives that look the same to the untrained eye, Proposition 30 and Proposition 38. Rather than try
O’Reilly, Capitalism, and Public Political Discourse
One of the most fascinating moments in the Bill O’Reilly-Jon Stewart “Rumble” came at an unlikely time. It wasn’t when O’Reilly and
Stanford Professors Weigh in on California’s “Parent Trigger” Law, Latest Blockbuster Won’t Back Down
Set to hit theaters nationwide on Friday, Sept. 28, *Won’t Back Down *is the controversial Hollywood rendition of education reform’s the “parent trigger.