Tuesday, May 31, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] Free Coupa TODAY with whisper code

Whisper the word “Venezuela” for a FREE spicy hot chocolate, valid only today, at ALL Coupa Café locations.
Just tested and verified in the Knight Management Center.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] free thai food and keep up with one of the biggest issues in our modern world

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Moving Forward: Responses to Obama's Immigration Agenda

Join us for a discussion about the future of Immigration Reform

Friday, May 27, 2011
12 - 1 PM (Lunch Provided)
Oak West, 2nd Floor of Tresidder

Immigration Lunch Panel Featuring

Dr. Tomás Jiménez
Stanford Assistant Professor of Sociology

Professor Jayashri Srikantiah
Director of Stanford Law School Immigrant Rights Clinic

Bob Phillips
Executive Director of the Santa Cruz Community Foundation in Nogales, Arizona

Sponsored by: Alternative Spring Break, ASSU, Stanford Immigrant Rights Project, Stanford In Government, Stanford Democrats, MEChA de Stanford, Stanford HABLA, Filipino American Student Union

For questionscontact: Alison Marjorie Ganem aganem@stanford.edu


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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] Fwd: FW: Patrick Suppes - Talk next Monday May 23 of Interest to Neuroscience Community

Might be of interest to you, and free burritos!


Steven Michael Crane
B.A. Class of 2011 | Stanford University
stevenmcrane@gmail.com | (650) 720-5070

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From: Kristy S. Verhines <ksn@stanford.edu>
Date: Tue, May 17, 2011 at 10:51 AM
Subject: FW: Patrick Suppes - Talk next Monday May 23 of Interest to Neuroscience Community
To: neurolist@lists.stanford.edu
Cc: paulsko@stanford.edu


From: Paul Skokowski [mailto:paulsko@stanford.edu]
Sent: Tuesday, May 17, 2011 10:45 AM
To: Kristy S. Verhines
Subject: Talk next Monday of Interest to Neuroscience Community



The Center for the Explanation of Consciousness at CSLI





Patrick Suppes

Lucie Stern Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus, Stanford University



"What physical mechanisms of computation does the brain use?"


Next MondayMay 23rd, 12-1 pm

Barwise Conference Room 100

Cordura Hall, CSLI

Panama and Campus Drive

Stanford University


[Burritos will be served.]


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Monday, May 16, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] [a3cspeakerseries] THURSDAY @ NOON: "Through The Looking Glass" - Thurs. May 19 !!!FREE FOOD!!!

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The Asian American Activities Center (A3C) Speaker Series presents...

"Through The Looking Glass"
Thursday, May 19, Noon-1PM 
Asian American Activities Center Couchroom
2nd Floor of Old Union Clubhouse

"As the end of the academic year quickly approaches, now is the perfect time to reflect and learn about your academic and social experiences this year at Stanford. Come join Jarreau Bowen, Peer Health Coordinator at the Vaden Health Center, as he explains how purposeful self-reflection and self-improvement can help provide you with a strong framework for your remaining years at Stanford. While this event is designed for Freshmen and Sophomores, students of all years are encouraged to attend."

The Speaker Series, sponsored by the Asian American Activities Center (A3C), is your opportunity to meet faculty and staff in an informal setting. All sessions are from noon-1PM at the A3C, located on the 2nd floor of the Old Union Clubhouse.

A free lunch is provided.

Bring your friend or roommate - everyone is welcome! For more information, contact Speaker Series Coordinators, 
Chia Xiong at cxiong09@stanford.edu or Jeff Chen at jhjchen@stanford.edu

The Asian American Activities is a University Department under the Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs.

Chia Xiong
Stanford University
Speaker Series Coordinator
Undergraduate Class of 2013

[FREE-FOOD] This is the amazing person you're having lunch with today.

THIS IS in two and a half hours!  We got the invite out a little late this time, so please join us if you're interested.

  - Interested in Psychology, Neuroscience, Medicine, Mind-body Research?

Stanford Peace of Mind Presents...

SPoM NOM NOM with Professor Kelly McGonigal

Come eat and discuss various topics with Professor Kelly McGonigal in an intimate setting
The faculty lunch will take place on Monday, May 16th from 12pm-1pm in Old Union Room 216 

A little bit about Kelly McGonigal:
Kelly McGonigal, PhD, is a health psychologist at Stanford University and a leading expert on the mind-body relationship. She teaches for the School of Medicine's Health Improvement Program and is a senior teacher/consultant for the Stanford Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education. She has received a number of teaching awards for her undergraduate psychology courses, including Stanford University's highest teaching honor, the Walter J. Gores award. Her popular public courses through Stanford's Continuing Studies program—including the Science of Willpower and the Science of a Calmed Mind—demonstrate the applications of psychological science to personal health and happiness, as well as organizational success and social change.

For more information, check out her website,kellymcgonigal.com

Please RSVP by clicking HERE! A light lunch will be provided :) 

Sunday, May 15, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] SVSA Culture Night Screening & Spring Roll Night - May 17th @ 8 PM

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Come and celebrate the beautiful Spring weather by enjoying some Vietnamese Spring Rolls while screening our 2011 Culture Night!!

SVSA will show you how to make the delectable Spring Rolls!

It's one of the last food events of the year and you don't wanna miss out. 

Date: Tuesday, May 17th
 Time: 8 PM 
Location: A3C Couchroom

There's no better combination of food, fun and friends so come join us -- think of it as a study break! :D

Thursday, May 05, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] SLLSA Presents: Stanford Law School's Annual Cinco de Mayo Celebration; May 5, 2011 - 5:00 PM

5:00 PM
Cooley Courtyard

Cinco de Mayo Celebration!

The Stanford Latino Law Students Association (SLLSA) presents one of the biggest celebrations of the year! Come to Cooley Courtyard and celebrate this law school tradition with food and beverages and the company of your fellow students, faculty, staff and their families. Enjoy delicious Mexican food, beverages, mariachi music, and folklorico dancing!

Wednesday, May 04, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] Stanford Powwow celebration

Stanford Powwow 40th Anniversary Celebration

Dear Native Alumni, Students & Friends,

Incredible as it sounds, this May marks the 40 th Anniversary of the Stanford Powwow! This year, instead of our usual gathering at the Alumni Center, the Stanford Native American Alumni Association, in cooperation with the 40 th Annual Powwow Committee, the Stanford Native American Cultural Center, and the Stanford Alumni Association, will be co-hosting a full community, multi-generational celebration including dinner, cake, displays, and other goodies at the annual Stanford Powwow Elder Feed.

Please join us, our elders, our dancers, our families, our students, and our beloved NACC staff for a celebration of our community and our history!

Stanford Powwow 40 th Anniversary Celebration
May 7, 2011, 4:30-6:30pm
4:30pm Drop by to visit with other alums & learn about the history
of the Stanford Powwow
5pm Join us for Dinner, Cake, & other Goodies
At The Elder Feed, Corner of Galvez & Arboretum
(diagonally opposite the Info Booth)

Attendance is free, but we would appreciate an RSVP for planning purposes. Please RSVP by replying to this email, or look out for an email in the near future containing an RSVP link.

* ...And if you were one of the original founders of either SAIO or Powwow, please get in touch with us asap through the email address below!

Looking forward to seeing you all at Powwow!

Questions? Please contact Nicole at shikwi@hotmail.com

This email is from the Stanford Native American Alumni Association.

[FREE-FOOD] Healthy Taste of Stanford -- free food right now!

Steven already posted a few days ago about being a volunteer for this event in the Munger courtyard, but here's a reminder that they need people to eat the free food too. Just got back from this: a whole courtyard of free samples (including fresh produce, ceviche, pizza, energy drinks, health bars, yogurts, and other snacks), entire bottles of tasty drinks and bags of chips, baseball caps and t-shirts, and live music by Finding Jupiter. The lines are going to get longer at noon, but this major tasting party is worth it!



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Join us for the Second Annual Healthy Taste of Stanford, a healthy, organic and sustainable fair at Munger — today (May 4) from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Rehnquist Courtyard of the Munger Graduate Residence. 
BeWell and Stanford Hospitality& Auxiliaries, a division of Residential & Dining Enterprises, are sponsoring this outdoor event to showcase the variety of healthy food choices available on the Stanford campus. Come out today and receive a FREE bamboo grocery bag and enter a raffle to win one of 80 food vouchers redeemable at all Stanford Hospitality cafés.
This event is FREE and open to all Stanford faculty, staff and students. For more information, please visit http://bewell.stanford.edu/healthy-taste