Why Stanford protestors are right about India’s citizenship bill: a response
We write in response to a previous article in the Review entitled “Why Stanford protestors are wrong about India’s citizenship bill” by Neelay Trivedi
Does the Soleimani Strike Really Put ‘America First’?
On January 3, the U.S. killed Iranian Major General Qassem Soleimani by a drone strike. Soon thereafter, thousands of memes appeared all over social
SSS Embraces Anti-Science Bunk for “Sustainability”
This Thursday, the esteemed Students for a Sustainable Stanford (SSS) will hold its annual Schneider Memorial Lecture. The guest is Dr. Vandana Shiva, whom SSS
Why Stanford protestors are wrong about India’s citizenship bill
Recently, the Indian government passed the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), which provides fast-track citizenship to religiously persecuted minorities from Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Bangladesh belonging to
Stanford is a vocational school. There’s nothing wrong with that.
Why are YOU here? Let’s face it, no matter how much ex-vice provost Harry Elam’s attempts to convince us that “unicorns” symbolize intellectual
Stanford Daily Records Private Senate Meeting in Violation of California Law
As an Undergraduate Senator, I am deeply concerned that the Stanford Daily secretly recorded a private discussion between members of the Undergraduate Senate without the
A Response to the Daily: Yes, You Belong at Stanford
“He’s right where he belongs,” the prosecutor said when asked about my thirty-year cannabis sentence. These words haunted me as I sat in prison,
The Slow Death of Stanford’s Startup Culture
At age 19, Steve Jobs moved to India, converted to Zen Buddhism and seriously considered becoming a monk. At Apple, he liked to wash his
Why Stanford Needs Affirmative Action for Conservative Students
The benefits of racial, ethnic, and gender diversity are many and Stanford should continue to value such diversity in undergraduate admissions. However, administrators ought to
Woke Imitators: How University Administrators Inflame Campus Tensions
Attention! The administration has put the campus on high alert and instructed minorities to seek shelter in their nearest safe space. Overrun by conservative fanatics,
Complicit In America: SLAP says Palantir Has to Go!
This just in: student activists have again sounded the alarm against Stanford, this time for alleged “complicity in State Violence.” The allegation comes from SLAP
What Stanford History Won’t Teach You
A U.S. history course should be easy to find at an American university, especially one that boasts one of the best undergraduate history programs