Editor’s Note: Reclaiming the Review
The Review has not been the most prominent campus organization during my three years at Stanford. My freshman year, the Fountain Hopper’s dramatic investigative
REVIEW RECOMMENDS: Quarantine Reads
College often makes reading for enjoyment - not just skimming for your discussion section - difficult. With spring quarter moved online and social distancing becoming
Stanford, Wake up!
An odd sensitivity hovers over campus (or rather, what’s left of campus). Somehow, it is offensive to blame China for a disaster that is
Can Debate Fix America? Intelligence Squared Wants to Try
Last week, a nearly unprecedented event took place at the Hoover Institution. It was not a garish student protest or a floor-shaking rally, but a
Knock Down Tresidder!
Most schools offer a welcoming central hub — packed with coffee shops and communal spaces— where students can study, dine, and socialize. Old Union and Tresidder,
Will Stanford Denounce Fudan University's Ending of Academic Freedom?
One of China’s top-ranked universities recently revoked academic freedom from its governing charter and adopted Communist propaganda from the Chinese education ministry. Fudan University’
Why We Invited Scott Walker
On Tuesday, February 25, we will host 45th Wisconsin Governor and 2016 presidential candidate Scott Walker in the Geology Corner Auditorium 320-105 at 7PM (remember,
Chesa Boudin: San Francisco’s Lawless Revolutionary
Last month San Francisco got a new District Attorney, Chesa Boudin. The City-by-the-Bay’s new top prosecutor has made it his signature “policy” (if you
Stanford Versus Democrat Candidates of Color: A Shocking Pattern
In the last month, two Stanford alumni and Democrat candidates for President suspended their campaigns: U.S. Senator Cory Booker ‘91 and former Housing and
How Stanford Profits Off Addiction
Stanford is responsible for engineering the nation’s most widespread addiction, one that has damaged our ability to concentrate, sapped at our natural drive, and
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