Editor’s Note: A Needed Part of the Campus Discussion
In my editor’s note opening the volume, I discussed the different iterations in the Review’s history. Past volumes antagonized groups to bring concerns
Military Recruitment to Affect SCOTUS Pick?
!(http://media3.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/photo/2010/04/17/PH2010041702766.jpg "Solicitor General Elena Kagan")Kagan "lamented" that military recruiters were at Harvard while
Boomsday (or, Our Entitlement Bills Go Mainstream)
I never get to read as much as I like during the quarter, but over spring break I started reading WFB son and satirist Christopher
Why is the ASSU Dysfunctional? Students
You’ve heard the same complaints about the ASSU before. Yet year after year, elections showcase promises for “reform,” but the same kinds of people
Talking while Biking
From creating 12,000 spaces for bike parking to constructing traffic circles in the center of campus, Stanford takes bicycling seriously. As a result, the
Constitutional Council Removes Senator
[!(http://blog.stanfordreview.org/content/images/2010/02/Limon-300x196.jpg "Limon")](http://blog.stanfordreview.org/content/images/2010/02/Limon.jpg)In its first case
French House for Hutchison!
The next installment of my series of images from around campus, a favorite of mine: Now, we all know jokes about the French. And stereotypically
Is Pro-Life Religion-Neutral?
In a handful of posts this week, I’m going to present a few photos of images across campus and tie them to campus or
Response Bias and Gay Politics in California, or I Can’t Believe I’m Using Something I Learned in POLISCI 2
!(http://election.princeton.edu/content/images/2008/09/wilder.jpg "Bradley Effect")Although Princeton's Dan Hopkins shows the gap between polls and election results is
Stanford More Worried about Dem Health Reform than Massachusetts
!(http://images.politico.com/global/news/100116_kennedy_coak_218.jpg "Kennedy Coakley")If Vicki Kennedy (left) can deride Texans for coming to support Republican
Editor’s Note: Stanford’s Investigative News Powerhouse
Since its founding in 1987, The Stanford Review has had a number of iterations: some volumes gained such notoriety that led to mass burnings of
Whole Foods Republicans!
![See Your Republican Here](http://blog.syracuse.com/storefront/2007/08/large_wholefoods.jpg)See Your Republican Here (AP Photo/Harry Cabluck)As a Republican,