With his sweep of five primaries Tuesday, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney continues to consolidate his grip on the Republican presidential nomination, causing media attention to shift to his selection of a running mate. Stanford professors disagreed about just how important Romney’s choice may be come November.
The last three weeks have brought a slew of protests to campus. However, some students have regarded the University’s policy on campus disruptions with confusion.
The last two weeks have been good to Condoleezza Rice. Two weeks ago, Rice made a rare cameo appearance on NBC’s comedy series “30 Rock,” poking fun at herself as the spurned lover of high-powered GE executive Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin).
Panelists and experts explored the intricacies of the Chinese legal system and contrasted it with American law at a conference held this past weekend at the Law School.
Among members of the Stanford community, the demise of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden carried great significance.
Much has been made of the so-called civilian-military divide (henceforth CMD), including in a recent letter that Condoleezza Rice and George Shultz wrote to the ROTC committee. Such a discussion begs three questions: (1) what is this divide? (2) is it a problem? (3) if so, what is the remedy?
Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld levels criticism at top members of the Bush administration, including current Stanford professor and former provost Condoleezza Rice, in his new memoir “Known and Unknown.”
Numerous Stanford luminaries discussed academic exploration with small groups of students at last night’s Sophomore Faculty Dinner in Paul Brest Hall.