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 John Luttig
Founded 1987
Political alignment conservative and libertarian
Headquarters Stanford University, Stanford, California

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.


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]


  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. ^
  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
  13. ^ Zero to One website

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