Sunday, January 29, 2006

[FREE-FOOD] OJF IS TOMORROW! COME COME COME!

OPPORTUNITY JOB FAIR 2006
@ ARRILLAGA ALUMNI CENTER
TOMORROW 10:30a - 4:30p


Google, Yahoo, Zazzle, Boeing, Microsoft, Apple, NVIDIA, eBay, US Navy,
CIA, Exxon Mobil, Intel, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, AMD, McKinsey,
Palm, Raytheon, Shell, Sun Microsystems, TI, Volkswagen, US Army Corp,
AND A BAJILLION (77) OTHER COMPANIES!


FRESHMEN - GRAB A TON OF FREE STUFF AND CHECK OUT COOL COMPANIES!
SOPHOMORES/JUNIORS - GET THAT SUMMER INTERNSHIP YOU'VE ALWAYS WANTED!
SENIORS/COTERMS - FIND THE PERFECT JOB TO START OFF YOUR CAREER!


NO ADMISSION FEE - STUDENTS OF ALL YEARS AND ALL MAJORS INVITED!!

THE RECRUITERS WANT YOU SO PLEASE BRING YOUR RESUMES!!!


COMPANIES ATTENDING:

Aeronautics & Astronautics ... 16
Biology ... 12
Bioengineering ... 17
Chemistry ... 19
Chemical Engineering ... 35
Civil Engineering ... 27
Computer Science ... 56
Computer Systems Engineering ... 42
Electrical Engineering ... 69
Environmental Engineering ... 26
Engineering Economic Systems & Operations Research ... 11
Management Science & Engineering ... 20
Mathematics ... 19
Mathematical & Computational Science ... 20
Mechanical Engineering ... 47
Petroleum Engineering ... 13
Physics ... 26
Product Design ... 12
Symbolic Systems ... 10

COMPANY NAME LISTING CAN BE FOUND AT
http://soe.stanford.edu/ojf/ or http://soe/ojf/


FEEL FREE TO FORWARD THIS EMAIL TO EVERYONE YOU KNOW!

Monday, January 23, 2006

[FREE-FOOD] Fwd: Fw: FREE Chili @ EBF on Wednesday Night, Donations Given to Katrina Relief

If the attachment didn't forward, it says: FREE CHILI, beer, and music, outside
EBF, Wed Jan 25, 10:00 PM, brought to you by KA, EBF, Narnia, Jerry, all
donations go to Katrina relief.

-Josh

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Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2006 23:48:01 -0800
From: Jonathan Hofius <jhofius@stanford.edu>
Reply-To: Jonathan Hofius <jhofius@stanford.edu>
Subject: Fw: FREE Chili @ EBF on Wednesday Night, Donations Given to Katrina
Relief
To: rugby-team@lists.Stanford.EDU

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Tuesday, January 17, 2006

[FREE-FOOD] Fwd: [LYMAN] ** FF&F WEDNESDAY **

The FOREIGN FILM & FOOD series kicks off the New Year with...

i n s t a l l m e n t i i i

* C O M E T E N U S S U N O M A I *

&

a r e l a x e d i t a l i a n d i n n e r

T H I S W E D N E S D A Y

7 . 3 0 p m . j a n 1 7 . l y m a n a t r i u m .

* We ask that if you come for the food,
please stay for the film! *

*******************************************************************************
COME TE NUSSUNO MAI translates from Italian to "like you anyone ever"
or one's first experiences in life are unique solely to you, never
having been experienced by anyone in history. BUT FOREVER IN MY MIND
is simply a quote lifted from this film about the agonies and
ecstasies of adolescence and to fully appreciate the story from the
adolescent aspect, the Italian title is far more appropriate.

As written by brothers Gabriele and Silvio Muccino (also Gabriele
directs and Silvio stars) this radiant little film covers a day in the
lives of Italian highschool kids caught up in a youthful rebellion
against their school's policies while at the same time sorting out the
nascent changes in their burgeoning sexuality. The boys languish over
their expected, anxiously awaited first physical encounter while the
girls (at times on split screen just to make the comparison more
strongly) relate their feelings about first time encounters with the
boys. The two stories run parallel: student riots involve the police
and of course eventually their parents, the two sources of authority
the kids naturally challenge, and the taste of honey one of the boys
achieves which becomes a gossiped, bloated misdirected moment of
braggadocio that eventually leads to the serendipitous beautifully
innocent discovery of teenage love.

The young boys include Silvio (Silvio Muccino) and his talkative
confident Ponzi (Giuseppe Sanfelice), the one sexually active lad
Martino (Simone Pagani) while the girls include the experienced
Valentina (Giulia Carmignani) partner of Martino, and Claudia (Giulia
Steigerwalt), Silvio's longtime friend who dreams of a relationship
beyond friendship. The remainder of the cast (especially Enrico
Silvestrin and Giulia Ciccone who are splendid as Silvio's 'ex-hippie'
parents) is quite strong. The parallel between the physical rebellion
in the school incident and the hormonal rebellion within this
collected group's bodies is a true sense of cinematic metaphor and
makes for a fast-paced, humorous, touching coming of age story that is
a joy to watch! In Italian with English subtitles.

Questions? Email your Lyman CA's:
-------------------------------------
Bev Tang (btangy@stanford.edu)
Alfred Wang (aywang@stanford.edu)
Marie Lasnier (mlasnier@stanford.edu)
Peter Lee (plee82@stanford.edu)
Bonnie Tsang (tsang@stanford.edu)
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Stay up-to-date - check out Lyman's website:
http://www.stanford.edu/group/resed/lyman/

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[FREE-FOOD] Amazon talk - dinner provided

quote: "Dinner will be provided"
when: Thurs, 1/19/06, 6pm
where: Packard 101


Connie Chan <cchan@cs.stanford.edu>
wrote:

Dear Students:

 

Amazon is looking for talented, motivated software development interns.  At Amazon, your ideas are valued, and your code can make a difference for tens of millions of customers making ore than $6 billion in purchases.  Come meet some of their developers and hear more about the amazing technology at Amazon’s Information Session this Thursday, January 19th, in Packard 101 at 6pm.  

 

Speaker:  Scott Silver, Sr. Manager, Ordering Experience

Subject:  The Amazon Ordering System: A High Availability Distributed System

For just 1 web page, and in about half a second, our ordering systems have to read and write from 30 different services, consulting 100 different databases and, finally, render the HTML page with your order totals, shipping and payment options. In this talk I'll highlight a few of the techniques we use for infinite size and high availability of order storage (we always have to take your orders) and order calculations (we always have to charge you the right amount and get those promotions and shipping options right).

Bring your resume.  Raffle to win an iPod!

Dinner will be provided.

 

 

Regards,

Connie Chan
Recruiting Program Manager
Stanford Computer Forum
Office: 650.723.9689
Fax: 650.725.7411
http://forum.stanford.edu

 


Sunday, January 15, 2006

[FREE-FOOD] HP:Looking Ahead - a speech by VP Ann Livermore

***HP: Looking Ahead***

with Ann Livermore, the Executive Vice President for the Technology
Solutions Group at Hewlett-Packard

7:30pm
Tuesday, January 17th
Hewlett Room 201 (former TCSEQ 201)

keynote address by Ann Livermore
followed by a 30 minute Q&A
and a catered reception

FREE ADMISSION

sponsored by:
Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity's Looking Ahead Speaker Series
The Charles F. Riddell Fund
Stanford Women in Computer Science

Thursday, January 12, 2006

[FREE-FOOD] Free Dinner at Cantor Arts Center!

Subject: Free Dinner at Cantor Arts Center!

NB: You MUST RSVP to me at didang@stanford.edu ASAP. . I will then reply to
you with directions to the room, etc.

Location and event: Cantor Arts Center is holding two testing sessions for
students to come and browse the new website and give feedback. As a thank
you for your time, we will provide dinner for all testers. Testing sessions
will last about 1 hour and 15 minutes, possibly less than that.

Date: Thursday, January 19th

Time: Two testing sessions you can choose from, one at 5:30 PM, one at 7:00
PM

Description of Food: dinner - drinks, sandwiches, cookies, etc.

Tips and Notes: You need to RSVP to didang@stanford.edu as soon as possible
if you would like to come and dine in exchange for about an hour of your
time. I will then reply to you with directions to the room and reserve a
spot for you.

Number of servings: limited, which is why you must RSVP

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to e-mail me.

Thank you!

Di Dang
Public Relations Student Assistant

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Wednesday, January 11, 2006

[FREE-FOOD] Free Engineering Bowling Social Reminder! This Wednesday

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Yuriy Teslyar <yuriy-mail@stanfordalumni.org>
Date: Jan 8, 2006 7:38 PM
Subject: Engineering Bowling Social Reminder!
To: "List, IEEE" <ieee-list@lists.stanford.edu>

Renamed and with even better formatting but same great and free bowling
night...:)

*Joint Social Event brought to you by. . .
TBP, SWE, and IEEE

****Free**
**Bowling
*[image: bowling.jpg]
@ Palo Alto Bowl
*Wednesday, January 11
8:00 - 10:00 pm

**Meet at Tresidder Bollards at 7:45pm for a ride.

*Come meet, mingle, party, and bowl with fellow engineering students!
RSVP to yteslyar@stanford.edu ASAP.
<https://cgi.stanford.edu/%7Echenliw/bowling/>
Please let me know if you will be needing a ride, or can provide
transportation.

Palo Alto Bowl
4329 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94306
(650) 948-1031



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Yuriy Teslyar <yuriy-mail@stanfordalumni.org>
Date: Jan 8, 2006 7:38 PM
Subject: Engineering Bowling Social Reminder!
To: "List, IEEE" <ieee-list@lists.stanford.edu>

Renamed and with even better formatting but same great and free bowling night...:)

Joint Social Event brought to you by. . .
TBP, SWE, and IEEE

**Free**
Bowling
bowling.jpg
@ Palo Alto Bowl
Wednesday, January 11
8:00 - 10:00 pm

Meet at Tresidder Bollards at 7:45pm for a ride.

Come meet, mingle, party, and bowl with fellow engineering students!
RSVP to yteslyar@stanford.edu ASAP.
Please let me know if you will be needing a ride, or can provide transportation.

Palo Alto Bowl
4329 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94306
(650) 948-1031
 

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Yuriy Teslyar <yuriy-mail@stanfordalumni.org>
Date: Jan 8, 2006 7:38 PM
Subject: Engineering Bowling Social Reminder!
To: "List, IEEE" <ieee-list@lists.stanford.edu>

Renamed and with even better formatting but same great and free bowling
night...:)

*Joint Social Event brought to you by. . .
TBP, SWE, and IEEE

****Free**
**Bowling
*[image: bowling.jpg]
@ Palo Alto Bowl
*Wednesday, January 11
8:00 - 10:00 pm

**Meet at Tresidder Bollards at 7:45pm for a ride.

*Come meet, mingle, party, and bowl with fellow engineering students!
RSVP to yteslyar@stanford.edu ASAP.
<https://cgi.stanford.edu/%7Echenliw/bowling/>
Please let me know if you will be needing a ride, or can provide
transportation.

Palo Alto Bowl
4329 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94306
(650) 948-1031

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