Hot off the presses, it’s the latest from The Stanford Review.
Editor-in-Chief Tim Ford reports that it looks like your precious cell phones may be taken away by state law, at least while you’re biking.
Vaden defends changes made to Cardinal Care.
Rubi Ancajas explains Stanford’s alcohol ordinance exemption.
John Leganski reports on Stanford in Cape Town’s reaction to the upcoming World Cup.
Carolyn Simmons looks at Stanford’s presence at the Olympics.
Hilary Stone writes about potential ASSU campaign finance reform and Kyle Huwa delves into the Green Store’s special fees request.
The Editorial Board likes the direction of the special fees process.
Jordan Carr previews Spring Quarter classes.
Marissa Miller critiques the cliquishness the draw promotes.
All this and more on newsstands now.