The Reasons for Stanford's Administrative Bloat
Last week I wrote about the inane growth of Stanford’s non-teaching employee to student ratio and noted how this administrative bloat is a driver
Stanford's Administrative Bloat Is Out of Control
Stanford’s foremost problem is administrative bloat. The University employs 14,448 non-teaching employees, more than double the 6,769 it had on the payroll
Why We Invited Dinesh D'Souza
As the Associated Students of Stanford University courteously leaked last week, we plan to host Dinesh D’Souza at Stanford this winter. Contrary to the
Reflections on Pittsburgh, Anti-Semitism, and Jewish Peoplehood
On Saturday, Robert Bowers entered the Tree of Life Synagogue in the leafy Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh. The congregants were gathered not only for
Why Do We Need A "Director of Academic Freedom"?
The ASSU, regrettably, is at it again. “It” being something likely inconsequential, but which sounds bad. As the Stanford Daily reported earlier this month, the
Design Summer: The New Approach to Stanford Success
Straight A student in high school. 2350 on SAT. 5 APs. Was a varsity athlete and star debater. Did community service and wrote for the
Stanford Should Prioritize Americans Over International Students
[Author’s Note: I have retracted one sentence in a previous version of this article that inaccurately characterized some international students. I replaced this sentence
Why Women Can (and Should) Support Brett Kavanaugh
Introductory Note: Many who see this article may remember seeing me tabling about this very topic on White Plaza. In fact, the release of this
The Mob That Never Was: A Defense of Justified Outrage
Since Hamzeh Daoud wrote on Facebook that he would “physically fight Zionists on campus next year,” progressive students at Stanford have rushed to his defense,
First They Came for the Activists...
Late last month, Hamzeh Daoud did a stupid thing. After the Knesset passed a law declaring Israel to be the historic homeland of the Jewish
Truth, Lies, and Accountability in the Stanford Bubble: Reflections from the Fountain Hopper
Campus legend has it that whatever shadowy figure is behind The Fountain Hopper, Stanford’s anonymously published, email-based investigative news publication, is obsessed with secrecy.
A Guide to the Tables of Coho
Once one has made the choice to purchase a drink at CoHo, having resolved in the rightful way the irreducible question of which Stanford café