As the Review has previously covered in detail, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought out an incredible amount of stupidity on the Stanford campus. Masks on bicycles, twice-weekly testing for vaccinated
The Review recently sat down with Arizona U.S. Senate candidate Blake Masters to ask him about his run for Senate, his time in Silicon Valley, and more. Masters graduated
Last week, a group of nearly 200 Stanford faculty wrote a letter to US Attorney General Merrick Garland calling for him to end the Department of Justice’s “China Initiative.
Combing through Stanford’s course catalogue can be a bleak experience, and the University doesn’t do much to guide students in picking interesting coursework outside their major. To help
At Stanford, we are lucky among American colleges to have an institution like the Hoover Institution on our campus. Unfortunately, most students don’t really take advantage of the opportunity.
Shortly after 5:00 p.m. Sunday, about 150 Stanford students gathered on Stern Field for a “Free Palestine” rally. After learning about the event, which was widely advertised with
On the morning of January 17, 2020, Stanford sophomore Eitan Weiner was pronounced dead by the Palo Alto Fire Department at the Theta Delta Chi (TDX) fraternity house. The next
Since March 2020, all students, faculty, and staff at Stanford have had to undergo regular COVID-19 testing: undergraduate and graduate students twice a week, and faculty whenever they visit campus.
When The Stanford Review learned that a massive protest event with hundreds of people would take place on campus today, we felt that we had to be there to get
Love it or hate it, the housing draw is gone! Going forward, every student will be assigned to a “Neighborhood” to live in for the entirety of their time at
On Friday, the Department of Justice unveiled new indictments against a former Stanford neurology researcher, Chen Song. In July 2020, Song was indicted for lying about her affiliation with the
Against the Students of Stanford University: that’s the rebranded name of the ASSU and its accidental executive, Vianna Vo. Last Friday, Vo sent a memo to Vice Provost for
Yesterday evening, the Stanford Faculty Senate met and debated a resolution which sought to create a faculty committee to study the University’s relationship with the Hoover Institution. The faculty
On Tuesday in the US District Court for Eastern California, Eric and Patricia Castaneda were charged in a scheme to steal and then sell millions of dollars worth of Stanford
"A true patriot in every sense of the word." These are the words of Condoleezza Rice, describing a great statesman and scholar, George P. Shultz. Shultz passed away yesterday in
On the contrary, the author of a recent Daily op-ed is. She writes that Vietnamese Americans, many of whom support the Republican Party, do so because they don’t know
In the midst of devastating wildfires, California governor Gavin Newsom told his 1.9 million Twitter followers, “Climate change is REAL. So please - VOTE.” His statement wasn’t received
Stanford’s New Student Orientation is an initiation rather than an orientation: a revival-meeting designed to signal to the incoming student activists that Stanford sees them, hears them, and would