Stanford Student Government: A Facade of Democracy
When we asked senior Hoover fellow Larry Diamond whether Stanford was a one-party state, he responded: “I don’t think I quite said that ASSU
Response to the Daily: We Shouldn't Accept Mediocrity in Our Dining Halls
(The following editorial is in response to a Daily critique of a recent Review article about Stanford Dining.) Careful research, not some childish need to
Stanford Pretends to Be Egalitarian. Then Rush Happens.
“A spirit of equality must be maintained within the University,” declared Jane Stanford in 1902. The University, she argued, ought to “resist a tendency to
Think the Right Cares About Free Speech? Not Always.
Free speech today is often considered a conservative talking point. Both moderates and extremists alike bemoan the violation of free speech protections on college campuses
The Original Sin of Stanford Dining
“A University administrator said McDonald's can charge lower prices than University food service because, in part, ‘the quality of food is lower at McDonald's,’” an
No Humanities Students Won a Knight-Hennessy Scholarship. Why?
In 2016, Stanford announced the Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program, a graduate-level scholarship to prepare a new generation of global leaders with the skills to address the
Though I am hesitant to trespass on ground already covered so authoritatively by the inimitable George Orwell, during the course of a handful of recent
The Valley Is Alive with the Sound of Whistleblowers
“We were on the inside. We know what the companies measure. We know how they talk, and we know how the engineering works.” These are
The Paradox of Haneen Zoabi
On Monday, Israeli Minister of Knesset (MK) Haneen Zoabi spoke at Stanford. The title of her talk was “Israel: Democracy or Colonial Project?” An observer