Unleashing Private Ideas against Coronavirus
From social distancing to shelter-in-place orders, there is a clear trend towards escalating government control in order to contain the coronavirus. In the United States
WHO is to Blame?
On April 15, President Donald Trump froze funding for the World Health Organization (WHO) temporarily -- a decision some immediately criticized as rash and uninformed.
Why Internationals Should be Relieved Bernie is Gone
When Bernie Sanders dropped out of the election, there was widespread mourning on campus. While his domestic platform may deserve praise, as an international student,
Coronavirus and Cromwell
Beyond a top tier education, for four years students look to Stanford for food and shelter, emotional and professional support, mental health resources, built-in communities
How CISAC Experts Missed Coronavirus
The mission of Stanford’s Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) is to “tackle the most critical security issues in the world today.” Yet
Why Stanford: To the Contrarians of 2024
“A contrarian isn’t one who always objects — that’s a conformist of a different sort. A contrarian reasons independently, from the ground up, and
Why California is a Model of Economic Nationalism
Conservatives routinely point out the benefits of economic nationalism: self-reliance and security. Yet, California, a liberal stronghold, has benefited from Trumpian economic nationalism. Compared to
Coronavirus Has Proved Stanford’s Competence
Blaming high-level University administrators has become the go-to response towards campus issues, and the current coronavirus epidemic has been no exception. In the past few
Stop Talking About Your Grades
Two weeks ago, the faculty senate voted to make Satisfactory/No Credit the universal grading standard for Undergraduates this quarter. 100 students immediately circulated a
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