The Stanford Daily conducted a poll revealing the likely results of several referendums.
The Stanford Review reported on March 9 that the petition to include Western Civilization on the spring ASSU elections ballot had been successful, acquiring over 370 student signatures.
“Hey hey, ho ho! Western culture’s got to go!” In 1988, protestors at Stanford University captured national attention as they demanded the dismantling of the school’s Western Culture requirement. Newspapers lamented the change, declaring “Stanford Puts an End to Western Civilization” while President Reagan’s Secretary of Education debated Stanford’s president on national television. Ultimately, Stanford dropped Plato, Augustine…
In response to The Stanford Review’s recent petition to implement a two-quarter required course on Western Civilization instead of the current Thinking Matters requirement, I feel compelled to open up discussion on the importance of diversity in perspective. Before we can talk about Stanford’s educational system, we should first define its goals. Following the University’s…
On Tuesday night, The Stanford Review announced that a member of the First-Generation Low-Income Partnership (FLIP), who will be referred to as Jamie Keyes to protect the individual’s identity, had been suspended for writing an anonymous Review article earlier that day defending Stanford’s Structured Liberal Education (SLE) program’s focus on the Western Canon.
The latest proposal to overhaul Stanford’s introductory exposure to humanities is part of a long series of previous reform efforts.
The ASSU Constitutional Council released the majority opinion for “The Stanford Review v. Stanford Students of Color Coalition (SOCC)” on Wednesday morning, explaining its four to none decision in favor of SOCC that was announced on April 29.
The ASSU Constitutional Council heard oral arguments Sunday night foc the Stanford Review v. The Stanford Students of Color Coalition (SOCC) case. The case was brought to the council after SOCC refused to turn over endorsement interview records to the Stanford Review.