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You're Doing It Wrong business, economics, finance, investing, politics

A Student's Take on Politics, Economics, and Finance

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Writing Athena art, culture, history, literature, parenting, politics, religion, writing

Oscillating between public commentary and personal anecdote, acute observations and obtuse peevishness, this blog is not only my antidote to writers' block but also my favorite procrastination technique. Bonus features: politics, religion, rants, lessons in grammar and composition.

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Thoughtful Ideas economics, international, politics, society

Commentary on Political, Economics, and Social Developments in the United States and Around the World.

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the unofficial stanford blog academics, art, business, campus life, humor, innovation, politics, technology

The Unofficial Stanford Blog is a student group devoted to the authentic expression of Stanford voices and perspectives. We are a community of students, faculty and staff passionate about blogging and dedicated to innovation in online content and distribution. We exist to make life on campus more engaging, transparent, and fun.

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The Stem Cell ethics, law, medicine, multidisciplinary, policy, politics, science, stem cell

The science, ethics, business and politics of stem cell research.

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Simon Jackman's Blog data, elections, graphs, politics, polling, research, statistics

Professor Simon Jackman from the Department of Political Science blogs on observations from the intersection of politics, statistics, computing and even a dash of graphic design. An expert on statistical methods and data analysis in the social sciences, Jackman routinely blogs on polls, sampling and electoral matters.

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ProudProgressive Barack Obama, books, Choice, Death Penalty, education, Election 2008, Environmentalism, Gay Rights, Health Care, Hillary Clinton, Iraq War, Labor, politics

A blog by Nicholas Solter about politics and everything else

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Personal Ramblings art, event, musings, politics, thoughts

Just started this blogging thing and wanted to get involved in the community more.

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Noli Irritare Leones Africa, culture, medical, news, politics, religion

Blogging about religion, politics, African news, medical news, cultural trends, sexuality (not in an NC-17 way), movies, and whatever else strikes my fancy. By alumna Lynn Gazis-Sax.

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Moving Newark Forward Cory Booker, mayor, Newark, politics

Blog by Newark Mayor Cory Booker

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Leland Quarterly art, campus life, commentary, creative non-fiction, fiction, humanities, literary magazine, photography, poetry, politics, Student Group, writing

Leland Quarterly: A Statement on Literature, Culture, Art, and Politics is a general interest magazine that showcases the very best in Stanford University undergraduate art and writing. Our mission is to tap into the almost incomparably diverse talents of Stanford's undergraduate student body, by soliciting a wide array of poetry and prose, and working closely with authors to achieve a publication of superior content and design. Leland's statement – from fiction to poetry, essays to reviews – will be enduring, common, recognizable, and extraordinary.

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Leland Quarterly art, campus life, commentary, creative non-fiction, fiction, literary, magazine, photography, poetry, politics, writing

Leland Quarterly: A Statement on Literature, Culture, Art, and Politics is a general interest magazine that showcases the very best in Stanford University undergraduate art and writing. Our mission is to tap into the almost incomparably diverse talents of Stanford's undergraduate student body, soliciting a wide array of poetry and prose, and working closely with authors to achieve a publication of superior content and design. Leland's statement – from fiction to poetry, essays to reviews – will be enduring, common, recognizable, and extraordinary.

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LawPundit information technology, IP, law, lifestyle, media, politics, sports

LawPundit (Law Pundit) is primarily a legal weblog (law blog, blawg, online journal) about law, information technology, intellectual property, new media, jurisprudence, politics and current events, sports and competition, telecommunications, travel, the history of civilization, cyberspace, cyberlaw and lifestyle.

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KChristieH: An Eclectic Mix of Musings books, children, parenting, photography, politics, school, teenagers

Avid reader / mother of teens / website designer / serial volunteer / Stanford engineer / Class of 1985 Correspondent Kathryn Hernandez finds the coolest websites, the best books, the most intriguing news items of the day and more. Based in sunny Southern California, but in a town (La Canada) that's more like Small Town, USA than Los Angeles.

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Hato Cafe government, Hatoyama, Japan, Japanese life, politics

A translation of the blog of the Japanese prime minister, Yukio Hatoyama. By alumna Bianca Ceralvo.

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FSI In The World arms control, asia, asia-pacific, democracy, democratization, development, global, health, health policy, international, international policy, medicine, multidisciplinary, policy, politics, research, security

FSI In The World is a new blog about FSI scholars' activities "in the world," whether it's monitoring elections overseas, advising policymakers in Washington DC, doing field research, or reaching out through online technology.

A small group of FSI thought leaders will be posting content initial content... Check back for updates from our experts on peace and security, democracy and development, justice and human rights, global health, food security and the environment, energy, and diplomatic affairs.

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Brick: Muse on News American culture, Arkansas, politics, words

"Brick: Muse on News" comprises essays or columns, as they were called in the print era. I aim for satire, but alas most are contemplative, developed thoughts about American culture. By alumnus Ben Pollock.

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Arcade - A Digital Salon arts, culture, humanities, literature, politics

Arcade is a place for readers and writers interested in literature, the humanities, and the world. We aim to publish a broad range of the most exciting research in the humanities, from the accessible to the esoteric, across languages, historical periods, and generations.

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