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The recent Study on Undergraduate Education proposes “radical” changes to the course offerings, requirements, and structure of the Stanford undergraduate program. While the Study “attempts to get at the root
Much has been made of the recent incidents of “police brutality” surrounding college campus Occupy Wall Street protests. In particular, the UC Davis pepper spraying video (which went viral) has
Sexual assault laws, response protocols, and avenues for recourse are meant to serve one and exactly one purpose: to empower the powerless. Traditionally, in the realm of sexual harassment and
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While almost all of California’s political attention this winter is focused on the state’s seemingly never-ending budget crisis and the severe cuts it will cause in most government
Frugality is suddenly in vogue again. And strangely enough, it is the Democrats who are trumpeting the message of fiscal responsibility here in our beloved great state of California, a
This California election, perhaps no other proposition on the ballot generated as much interest on Stanford’s campus as did Proposition 19, California’s biggest chance at a ”marijuana legalization”
California is “ungovernable.” Or so goes the popular meme. To describe the depth of the hole in which the Golden State now finds itself, our state’s political class postures,