Stanford Review Featured in National Review Online

On Thursday the National Review Online wrote about the Stanford Review’s 25 year history. Former alumnus Michael New authored the post. Here is a brief excerpt (check out the whole post here):

This year marks the 25th anniversary of The Stanford Review, and this weekend,Review staffers and alumni are gathering in Palo Alto to celebrate the occasion. The*Review *has published every semester since 1987, making it the second-oldest continuously publishing conservative student newspaper in the country. During this time, the Review has provided a source of conservative commentary to the Stanfordcampus and has been a persistent thorn in the side of the university administration. In fact, in one of the Review’s finest moments, a Review staffer even defeated a university-imposed speech code in court. However, perhaps more importantly, the Review’s 25-year history provides good lessons about conservative student journalism and the rising fortunes for conservatives on many college campuses. [read the rest…]

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