Category Archives: Articles for Volume 1, Issue 2, Spring 2008

Articles for Volume 1, Issue 2, Spring 2008

Moral Depravity on Campus: Why It is a Problem and What We Can Do to Stop It

By Gregory Hirshman While our picturesque campus overflows with highly talented people and world-class facilities, it strikingly lacks another asset: personality morality and self-restraint. Expecting college students to be paragons of virtue is unreasonable, especially since many of them are … Continue reading

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The Right to Decide for Oneself: Why “Moral Depravity” is Not a Problem

By Robert Quast The notion that “moral depravity” on our campus, a campus which as we all know attracts some of the most highly-talented people in the world, is ruining our students is incorrect and is not an accurate representation … Continue reading

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The Media: Its Distortions and Contortions

By Zev Karlin-Neumann Barack Obama’s March 18th “A More Perfect Union” speech on race in America was pitch-perfect. It was genius – raw, nuanced and reflective – but all that has already been said by pundits and citizens off all … Continue reading

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The American Military: The Key to Our Freedom and Way of Life

By Jimmy Threatt During fall quarter, I took a class called “Ethics and Politics of Public Service.” During the first class, everybody filled out a worksheet in which we had to rank sixteen different activities in order of the best … Continue reading

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Did I Misunderstand What Responsibility Meant?

By David Green Take a long hard look at the word “responsibility.” What does it mean to you? If you wish to be successful, it means to take initiative. It means that you look at every obstacle as opportunity because … Continue reading

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Liberal Hypocrisy

By Andrew Dargie The student body at Stanford University is exceptional for its diversity. The varied backgrounds, ethnicities, interests, educational experiences, opinions, beliefs, and political ideologies of both the professors and the students enrich the university and contribute to Stanford’s … Continue reading

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Sleep Debt: The Danger of Not Getting Enough Sleep

By Matt Bruch College offers students the opportunity to take courses that test their academic and physical limits. The constant physical strain to stay awake and concentrate is prevalent due to an ever-increasing sleep debt among the study body. The … Continue reading

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