Current American Prison Policy is Economically Unsustainable
Articles By: Tom Silver
Tom Silver '16 is interested in computer science, neuroscience, and politics. He also likes coffee and welsh corgi puppies. If you like his writing, feel free to buy him either.
I remember the first time I declared myself to be an atheist. I was in fourth grade...
HPR writers comment on the role religion has in their personal politics.
Breaking news from The New York Times: As if President François Hollande of France did not have enough trouble with a stagnant economy and a scandal over his former budget minister’s secret overseas bank accounts, now his camel has been eaten. The camel was a gift to Hollande from Mali. He left it in the care of a family in Timbuktu because it “did not seem ... Read More
Stanford's startup culture is not antithetical to a university education, but, in fact, redefining this education.
The next space race may be in a different place: behind your face. According to The New York Times, President Obama will unveil his $100 million initiative to “map the human brain” later today. The goal of charting the interactions between millions of brain cells is ambitious and scientifically interesting. However, the broader purpose of the project is clear: to ... Read More
Michelle Obama just announced the Best Picture at the Oscars from the White House. For those who haven’t seen, she has been making the rounds in pop culture lately with this video from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon:
Given the nature of cyberwarfare and the wide gaps in cybersecurity legislation, it remains clear that the American network is at great risk.
Media coverage, presidential debate rules, state ballot laws, and the organization itself are all constraints of today's Libertarian Party.