The Stanford Review

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The Stanford Review
Type University
Format student-run
Owner(s) The Stanford Review, non-profit corporation
Publisher Stanford University
Editor-in-chief Devon Kristine Zuegel
Founded 1987
Political alignment conservative and libertarian
Headquarters Stanford University, Stanford, California
Official website stanfordreview.org

The Stanford Review is a student-run newspaper that serves Stanford University in Stanford, California.[1] It was founded in 1987 by Peter Thiel and Norman Book. It is published and distributed without charge to the Stanford community every two weeks during the academic year.

History[edit]

By 1987, Jesse Jackson's Rainbow Coalition inspired a coalition of Stanford students that put forth a set of demands called the Rainbow Agenda. [2] The Stanford Review was founded partly to provide an alternative viewpoint. [3]

Notable former editors and staffs[edit]

Books written by former editors[edit]

Books written by its former editors include:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Stanford Review - About
  2. ^ The Stanford Review: Rabble-Rousing: Will We Ever Be Free of the Chaos?
  3. ^ The Stanford Review - A Brief and Non-Exhaustive History of the Stanford Review
  4. ^ David Sacks - Entertainment News, 10 to Watch 2005: Producers, Media - Variety
  5. ^ World Ahead Publishing: About Us
  6. ^ Information Week - Innovators and influencers 2002
  7. ^ Stanford Review [v2.0] - Archive - Volume XXX - Issue 2 - Editors
  8. ^ ericmjackson.com
  9. ^ Stanford Review [v3.0] - November 3, 2004
  10. ^ Please wait while you are redirected
  11. ^ World Ahead Publishing: Authors
  12. ^ How to Beat a Grandmaster website

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