Tuesday, December 13, 2005

[FREE-FOOD] Red Bulls at Meyer

If you're not in Meyer Library, 2nd Floor, right now, you're missing out on
the free Red Bull! There's a Red Bull rep passing out the good stuff! Yay!

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Friday, December 02, 2005

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

[FREE-FOOD] Stanford Improvisors Fall Show THIS WEEK!!! WATCH THE TRAILER!!!

Stanford Improvisors Fall Show - WATCH THE TRAILER!

The Stanford Improvisors Present

The Seven Deadly SImps

Fall End-of-Quarter Show




Two nights of never-before-seen, never-before-rehearsed theater.

Entirely improvised.

Entirely hilarious.


Wednesday, November 30 and Thursday, December 1

Shows at 8 and 10 PM in Pigott Theater

Visit simps.stanford.edu for more information.



SImps EOQ.  The most spontaneous event of the quarter.



[FREE-FOOD] Wed, Noon-1 PM, White Plaza. Krispy Kreme

Come celebrate the return of Sleep and Dreams!

Drop by White Plaza this Wednesday, 11/30, from 12-1 PM to enjoy free Krispy
Kreme donuts and:

-Find out what all the buzz was about!
-Learn more about the class, offered Winter Quarter!
-Get your questions about sleep answered by the father of sleep medicine,
Dr. Dement himself!

See attached JPG for the same info.

Monday, November 28, 2005

[FREE-FOOD] Free Holiday Cows @ Bookstore!

alright...so it's not free food PER SE...but I thought you guys'd be
interested in the free stuff regardless...

Buy $100 worth of stuff (before taxes) at the bookstore....and then
walk right into customer service, return the stuff, and keep your cow
($15 MSRP or so). Rinse and repeat. Cheap as free! Makes great
gifts for loved ones. (Remember...it's the thought that counts) =)

They said last year was the final year they'd be doing the holiday
cow thing. Don't believe their lies. They're there and they'll be
gone soon (they always sell out really quickly...like REALLY
quickly)....so get 'em while they're hot!


PS These cows are a different brand than usual and much uglier...they
also moo annoyingly and shake afterwards....but honestly...who
cares!?!?! they're free!

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Tuesday, November 15, 2005


Have fun with middle schoolers!

My friend is running this event and they are at a SEVERE SHORTAGE for
tour guides.

Please help! Please forward to as many lists as possible! Please
email Sara! ASAP! =)


INDE 262: Practicum in Community Health Interventions is hosting a field
trip at Stanford for 7th and 8th grade classes from Hoover Magnent School
in Redwood City. We will be inviting them to our campus THIS WEDNESDAY,
November 16th and have them tour around Stanford. As such, we need
volunteers to help serve as tour guides where we will be visiting Memorial
Church and Hoover Tower. This event was a big success last year and those
that volunteered loved working with the kids. The detailed information is

WHAT: Volunteer as Tour Guides for Hoover-Stanford field trip. NO
preparation necessary, we will have scripts for you.


Two time slots: Morning: 9-11:30am Afternoon: 11:30am-2:00pm

WHERE: Morning people: Meet at the medical school in the hallway of M-112
(After entering the medical school from the entrance near Fairchild
auditorium, go up the stairs on the immediate right. On the second floor,
take the first right and that's the hallway).

Afternoon people: Meet at the lawn in front of Clark Center (and adjacent to
the medical school closest to campus drive)

WHY: You get to work with 7th and 8th graders who are excited about being at
Stanford and excited about you. FREE LUNCH IS PROVIDED

If interested, please contact Sara Stern-Nezer sjstern@stanford.edu or call
her at 703-801-7995.

Sara Stern-Nezer

Stanford Medical School Class of 2005

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Monday, November 14, 2005

[FREE-FOOD] FREE Thanksgiving Dinner

GSC Thanksgiving Dinner
Let someone else do the cooking for you!
Thurs, Nov. 24th - seatings at 1 & 4 P.M., Wilbur Dining Hall
FREE!! Register by Nov. 21st @ <http://thanksgiving.stanford.edu>

Not sure what temperature the oven should be for your turkey to come out
right? Well, then let someone else do the cooking for you!

The Graduate Student Council presents...

~~~~The 8th Annual GSC~~~~~
~~~~~Thanksgiving Dinner~~~~~

Buffet Style Dinner with all the essences of a home-cooked Thanksgiving meal
(turkey, stuffing, and mmm! pie).

Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 2005 @ the Marketplace in WILBUR HALL
Two seatings: 1 & 4 p.m.

AND it's open to ALL Stanford students (grad & undergrad).

Register ONLINE at <http://thanksgiving.stanford.edu> by November 21 to
guarantee your seating. Don't Delay! (Both undergraduates and graduates plus
their families welcome to attend.)


For more information, go to <http://gsc.stanford.edu>.

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[FREE-FOOD] Thanksgiving Dinner Thur Nov 24th EV Bld 35 Apt. 101

Hello Everyone,

If you will be staying on campus over break, my husband and I would love to
have you over for dinner on Thursday. We will be deep frying a turkey
(yummy!) and having plenty of fixins and sides including home-made peach
cobbler and other desserts. Do email me to RSVP so that we have an idea of
how many we will be sharing dinner with. Also, if you are going to be on
campus over break, feel free to stop by during the week to grab lunch or
have dinner with us. Again, drop me an email or give us a call
650-498-1640 before you come, but we would love to have you. The map to
our place is:

I hope this email finds everyone well. Feel free to forward it to other
lists as people may be scattered across campus and I don't want to leave
anyone out. :D

Have a blessed week everyone and I look forward to seeing you all soon,

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Sunday, November 06, 2005

[FREE-FOOD] tuesday 7:00pm lantana. CAC Kickoff!

snacks, tuesday, 7:00pm, lantana lounge (manzanita)


Fight Cancer, Save Lives!

Do you know someone whose life has been touched by cancer? Help us do something about it!


Colleges Against Cancer Kickoff

November 8th, 2005

7:00 pm

 Lantana Lounge (in Manzanita)

Free Food!!!


Learn more about Stanford's CAC chapter and how you can make a difference in your community,
gain leadership skills and be a cancer fighter on your campus!   Learn how we’ll be fighting big tobacco this year.
We’re looking for people like you! 
QUESTIONS?  E-mail alagesan@stanford.edu for more info.

Friday, November 04, 2005

[FREE-FOOD] Pizza at Meyer 2nd Floor, until 6 PM

Two whole large pizzas on Meyer 2nd Floor from Tony & Alba's.

Vegetarian and supreme options available. Come and get it!

Meyer 2nd Floor closes at 6 PM today.

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Friday, October 28, 2005

[FREE-FOOD] Tue, Nov 1, 5:30-7 PM, Dinner at Fairchild Aud


Six medical students and Dr. Sam LeBaron will be sharing
about their experiences in the Hurricane Katrina relief efforts

Tuesday, November 1
5:30 - 7 pm
Fairchild Auditorium
(Stanford Medical School)

**Dinner Provided**


Sponsored by the Center for Education in Family & Community Medicine,
Stanford Family Medicine Interest Group, and United for the Next Generation


"A major concern is that the rest of the country will move on forgetting
about our fellow citizens along the Gulf Coast, and the loss of life as
they knew it. There are many social, economic, medical, and humanitarian
issues still to be dealt with..."

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Wednesday, October 26, 2005

[FREE-FOOD] AASA BBQ this Saturday

> *Please Forward Widely*
> Asian American Students' Association (AASA)
> http://aasa.stanford.edu
> AASA Community BBQ!!!!!
> Tired of dorm food? Dining hall closed on the weekends? Dying to
> meet other folks from the Asian American community? Have AASA love?
> Come out to the AASA BBQ!
> What: AASA Community BBQ!! (FREE Food)
> Where: Manzanita Courtyard
> When: Saturday, Oct. 29th, 5:30-7PM
> Open to all Stanford students!!
> Questions? Contact Patty Ann Park at pattyann@stanford.edu
> *Sponsored by AASA Special Fees*
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TONIGHT 6 pm--Student Focus Group on Old Union renovation

Date: October 26
Time: 6 pm - 7:30pm
Location: Tresidder, Dean of Student Affairs Conference Room

*note: seems like you had to RSVP to do it but it was forwarded to me just today and it's TONIGHT, so it looks like there's room.
----- Original Message -----
From: Cindy Ng
Sent: Wednesday, October 26, 2005 3:43 PM
Subject: [apileaders] TONIGHT 6 pm--Student Focus Group on Old Union renovation

An invitation from Student Affairs and Capital Planning

Later this year, Old Union will be renovated and will become a center for student organizations, religious life, and a cafe_and living room (as well as the current community centers). ASSU and Student Activities will move to Old Union, resulting in a opportunity to revitalize Tresidder.

Were interested in your thoughts about what would make Tresidder a campus destination for students and what would make the combined Tresidder/Old Union/White Plaza the destination.

The study is a joint planning effort by Student Affairs (led by Interim Dean of Student Affairs Greg Boardman) and Capital Planning (led by Margaret Dyer-Chamberlain).

Next week, we will hold focus groups with students and staff about Tresidder. We would very much appreciate it if you could attend:

Date: October 26
Time: 6 pm - 7:30pm
Location: Tresidder, Dean of Student Affairs Conference Room


Please RSVP by 5:00pm, Oct. 24, to Anita Black (anitab@stanford.edu; )

Many thanks for your time and help!


Anita Black
Administrative Associate Office Manager
Dean of Students
Dean of Students Office
Tresidder Memorial Union
459 Lagunita Drive, Ste#9
Stanford, CA 94305-3010
T 650-723-4016
F 650-725-6227


Pixar on campus tomorrow!

> Pixar Animation Studios - Infosession and Q&A
> Join us for a pizza lunch! Pixar representatives will be on campus
> to give
> a presentation about making computer animated movies, followed by
> Q&A about
> working at Pixar. Students in Computer Science, EE, Math, and
> Physics are
> particularly welcome to attend.
> Thursday, October 27th
> 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
> Tresidder Student Union – Oak East Room
> Please apply online through the resume drop for the positions
> listed below.
> Pixar representatives will be back on campus on Friday, November
> 18th for
> interviews.
> Please visit the CDC’s Cardinal Careers site or stop by the CDC for
> more
> information.
> Studio Tools
> The Studio Tools Department is responsible for developing Pixar’s
> in-house
> proprietary animation software. The Engineering Team is looking for
> software engineers to help create and maintain new software for the
> studio.
> The position requires a deep understanding of software application
> engineering, an ability to collaborate in a large cross-functional
> team of
> world-class developers, and skill in designing and implementing
> robust,
> easy to maintain code.
> Feature Film, Short Films
> Modeling; Shading; Visual Effects; Lighting; Rigging; Global
> Technology;
> Rendering
> Constructs the geometry, articulation or surface characteristics of
> computer
> generated characters, objects, effects and/or scenes. Writes
> production-specific programs to support development and deployment of
> digital models, shaders, effects, and imagery. Maintains and
> supports the
> material created.
> Feature Films, Short Films
> Terms: Winter, Summer, Fall
> A Technical Director internship consists of real-world work
> assisting in the
> production of a feature film. Our interns work alongside our Technical
> Directors and contribute as full members of the technical team. We are
> looking for students who possess many of the skills of our technical
> directors and are interested in expanding their knowledge of the
> field.

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Wed, Oct 26, 7 PM, Mirrielees: OSP Info Session

FODO - dunno what kind, but fresh
Overseas Studies Panel on Wednesday, 7 pm in Mirrielees!
>You are invited to...
>Late applications are still being accepted to go abroad this Spring!
>Find out more about Stanford Overseas Programs in places like
>Oxford, Paris, Florence, Kyoto, Berlin, Beijing, Australia, and
>more! There will be representatives present from every program!
>7 pm
>***Food will be provided!***

NALSA lunch tomorrow with Judge Joe Flies-Away

WHERE - Native American Cultural Center
WHAT - NALSA meeting
WHEN - this Thursday 12:30pm
FOOD: dunno what but it's gonna be fresh
Come to NALSA's meeting Thursday at 12:30 at the NACC. Free lunch and a discussion with Judge Joe Flies-Away, next semester's Federal Indian Law professor.
We just recived word from the professor that the course will be open to undergrads as well, so feel free to join us even if you are not a law student!
Tim Sanders
NALSA President
(email me at tsalagi@stanford.edu if you are planning to come so i know how much food to order. RSVP is not required but greatly appreciated)

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Citadel Investment Group, Oct 26 & 27

Citadel Investment Group, L.L.C will be coming to Stanford for a job lunch on Wednesday, October 26, 2005 and company information session on Thursday, October 27, 2005. Please attend our information session to learn more about the opportunities available at Citadel. We are looking for candidates with strong software development experience and an interest in finance to join our Financial Technology Associates Program (FTAP) and our Software Development Internship Program.

Since its founding in 1990, Citadel has grown into one of the world’s most sophisticated alternative investment institutions. Our team of more than one thousand professionals is located in Chicago, New York, San Francisco, London, Tokyo and Hong Kong. We allocate our investment capital across a highly diversified set of proprietary investment strategies in all major asset classes. To help give us a competitive edge in the markets, Citadel invests significantly in technology. In fact, half of our organization consists of Information Technology professionals.

Since 1998, we have generated annualized rates of return of more than 20%. Our success has catapulted our investment capital from approximately $1 billion in 1998 to over $12 billion today. During this time, we have created over $5 billion of trading profits. The strength of our funds is further demonstrated by our S&P and Fitch investment grade ratings – unmatched by any of its peers.

Citadel is building its organization for the long term, by attracting and retaining individuals from around the world with tremendous intellectual curiosity, innovative ideas and a relentless commitment to execution. Each day we bring together enormous amounts of intellectual capital from the fields of meteorology, medicine, research, trading and technology, all with the goal of solving problems.

We constantly seek new ways to expand our core businesses and to create new business lines. Continued success requires the willingness to continuously build and rebuild our intellectual capital. We move quickly, decisively and with a major commitment of talent and capital. I have attached the Wall Street & Technology article written about Citadel's CIO, Tom Miglis. The article gives insight into how Citadel pairs technology and finance and what technology means to our business.

For more information, please visit www.citadelgroup.com.

Laurel Mayer

College Recruiting

Citadel Investment Group, L.L.C.

131 South Dearborn

Chicago, Illinois 60603

312.395.3861 phone

312-267-7506 fax


Info Sessions Oct 25 & 26

Tuesday, October 25

Rearden Commerce Info session, 6:00 pm, Gates 104

Stanford Asia Technology Initiative (ATI), 7:30 – 8:30 PM) AT WALLENBERG HALL

Wednesday, October 26

Citadel JobLunch, 12:30 pm, Gates B12

Stanford Comm Department Info Luncheon - Behind Building 120 in Avocado Courtyard 12:15-1:15pm

Microsoft Info session, 6:30 pm, Packard 101

FREE BAJA FRESH - WED, 12:15, Bldg 120

Are you interested in journalism, virtual reality, media studies, politics or film?
Would you like to find out more about the Comm Department?
Are YOU UNDECLARED or newly declared?

Please join us at the


Wednesday October 26
Behind Building 120 in Avocado Courtyard

Faculty in the Communication Department and the Peer Advisors will be there to answer your questions,
and Baja Fresh will be provided for lunch.


Thu, Oct 27, Noon-1 PM, A3C

Asian American Activities Center (A3C) Presents:

Starring Vivian Crisman, Nutritionist

You've heard of the infamous Freshmen 15 - characterized by sudden weight gain and unhealthy eating. Have no fear. Freshmen 15 is not inevitable and Vivian Crisman, Vaden nutritionist will show you why. She will share secrets on how to maintain your health, eat right, and stay energized, in spite of all-you-can-eat meal plans. Freshmen and upperclassmen are invited to attend.

Thursday, Oct. 27th
A3C Couchroom
FREE lunch will be provided
Everyone is welcome!

Speaker Series, a weekly event, is sponsored by the Asian American Activities Center, a department under the Office of Dean of Student Affairs. For more information, email ttphan07@stanford.edu or visit http://a3c.stanford.edu

Sunday, October 23, 2005

FREE JAMBA JUICE in White Plaza on Tuesday!!!

ASSU Undergraduate Senate Office Hours!
With FREE JAMBA JUICE this Tuesday in White Plaza (noon-1:30)!

Have questions, complains, comments, or concerns about the University?
Do you have something to say on the topics of student space, housing, dining plans, financial aid, student group resources, or anything else?
Come talk to your Senators over a nice refreshing Jamba Juice smoothie!

ASSU Undergraduate Senate

Contact: mima.mohammed@stanford.edu

Thursday, October 20, 2005


Where - Roble Parlor
Event - Diversity Discussion
Time - 10pm TONIGHT - IN 45 MINUTES
Freshness of Food - dude it's fresh
WHAT KIND OF FOOD - Pizza My Mom's Heart

Let Stanford Know Your Stance on its Diversity Policy...

Is It Needed?
Have We Achieved Diversity at Stanford?
Do we understand what Diversity is?--and does Stanford agree with our definition?
Let's chat and discuss...

This is a forum for everyone to discuss their opinions openly (without fear of persecution or ridicule) and your stomachs will need some food to fuel your brain so Pizza My Heart will be there too

So Attend this Thursday at 10pm


Katrina Relief Info:

The Krispy Kreme Eating Contest is next tuesday at Lag Dining at 8:30 PM.It is sponsored by Mosaic, which is made up of four different student groups (Cornerstone, Campus Crusade, Table Talk, and Cardinal Life).

All funds raised will go directly to Habitat for Humanity Katrina Relief, and all funds will be matched two for one by outside donors.This means if you give $100, $300 will go to Habitat. Suggested teams are of three people with suggested donation of $30 per team if self-funded, and $60 per team if dorm-funded. However, any donation will do, and if you care to enter a two or one-person team, you are more than welcome!

Bring your friends!Even if they don't want to participate, they are more than welcome to join the festivities and are encouraged to cheer! We are counting on YOU to recruit teams!We suggest recruiting from your dorm/house, your friends, your clubs, your sports teams, and your classmates. Make sure to note for those who aren't super into donuts that its ok if you don't eat a million donuts (or any at all if you're really don't like donuts but want to help!).The main point is to collect donations and raise money for the victims.

Email your list of teams to MosaicKatrinaRelief@gmail.com by Sunday at 8 PM with a list of all teams recruited and the emails of the members. You will bring the money raised to the event on Tuesday.Email that same address for questions

Free Food Alert Blog

Following in the footsteps of our friendly neighbor, the freefoods list blog, Free Food Alert now has a blog at http://free-food-alert.blogspot.com/

All of the emails sent through this list will now also be reflected there, so that even people who don't want emails every day have the option oflooking online for free food announcements when they feel like it.

Hopefully this will meet the needs of all of our constituents, from the free-food connoisseur who humorously warns us against the evils of hydrogynated oils to the protectors of limited-supplies-of-free-food, to the basic student who really is here to learn about legitimate free food (and events) on campus.

Welcome to free-food-alert

To subscribe to Stanford's Free Food Alert mailing list, send an email to majordomo@lists.stanford.edu with the following text in the message:

subscribe free-food-alert

This is an abridged version of what you can expect as an email to you when you subscribe:


Welcome to the Free-Food-Alert list!

This mailing list was created to serve a simple but very important purpose: to help hungry
Stanford students find free food on campus. We have an impressive 280+ members on this mailing list, a short article in Stanford Magazine, and a plug in the Stanford Daily. As a member of the community you are encouraged to forward to the list any announcements about events that involve free food. (Such events may include talks, company presentations, seminars, etc.) Remember that one person's leftovers is another person's lunch and dinner.

As a service to this community of free food seekers, you are encouraged to follow this template:

---------Suggested template --------------

[Location]:[Short Description of Food]

-Location and event (if any),
-Description of Food,
-Number of servings (if known),
-Time you last saw the food,
-Length of time it will be available (if known),
-Estimate on age of the food...
-Tips and Notes (i.e. �"Bring Tupperware containers to carry it away!" or "Bring your Stanford ID if you want to make it past the guards!")

---------End suggested template ------------

As a courtesy to others on this list, if you discover (or are part the reason) that the announced free food is no longer available, please let the rest of the list know so we can put thedeal to rest.

Without each other, you and I would starve! (Or at least we would have to resort to not-so-free-food. And I would rather starve.)

Long live Free Food!

If you have any questions, please send them to free-food-alert-owner@lists.stanford.edu.

Yay, we have a blog now

Free-food-alert finally has a blog. All emails to the list will be automatically posted here also. This also gives people the option of unsubscribing to the list without missing out on free food when they have the time to check this blog. Woohoo!