Washington DC Stanford Association March 2000 Newsletter
Calendar of Events and Table of Contents (clicking on item takes you to that section of the newsletter)Mar 9 Stanford Men's Basketball vs. Arizona
Mar 15-16 Stanford Men's Basketball Tournament First Game/Third Thursdays
Mar 22 Law School Reception at the Supreme Court
Membership Renewal and the Annual Membership Directory
STEPS Job Bank
Gay and Lesbian Alumni Group
Stanford in Government Housing Survey
Stanford Men's Basketball vs. Arizona
Thursday, March 9th
10:30PM Eastern time (the printed version of the newsletter says 9:30PM, but 10:30 is correct)
Both Arizona and Stanford lost close games this past week. Arizona beat Stanford earlier this year at Stanford. A Stanford victory on Thursday would guarantee Stanford a #1 seed in the West Regionals. The game is available on Home Team Sports, which is carried by several local cable systems. Stanford fans will also gather at the Crystal City Sports Pub, 529 South 23rd Street, Arlington. Tom Hwang has agreed to get there early and organize things.
Directions from DC: Come over 14th Street Bridge, and come south on Route 1. Make a right at 23rd (gas station on corner) before turnoff to National Airport. The sports bar is in the second block on your right. Metro: Exit Crystal City Metro (18th street) and walk under underpass to Eads, and left to 23rd, and right on 23rd.
On Saturday, Stanford plays Arizona State at 2PM Eastern --TV coverage is Fox Sports Bay Area.
March Madness/ Third ThursdaysThe next two months, instead of our regular Third Thursday events, we will be planning events to watch Stanford Men's Basketball Games. This month's event will either be on Thursday, March 16, or Friday, March 17. Check your e-mail or call the hotline at (301) 230-5575 for more information
The tournament schedule is as follows:
NCAA First/Second Round
NCAA Regional Finals
Sat, 04/01/00 and Monday, 04/03/00
(NCAA Final Four)
Law School ReceptionThe Honorable William H. Rehnquist '52 (AB '48, AM '48), Chief Justice of the United States and the Honorable Sandra Day O'Connor '52 (AB '50), Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, cordially invite you to a reception in honor of Kathleen M. Sullivan, Dean of the Stanford Law School and Richard E. Lang Professor of Law and Stanley Morrison Professor of Law at the Supreme Court of the United States.
Wednesday, March 22
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Location: One First Street, NE
Washington, D.C. (Maryland Avenue Entrance)
Cost: $25 charge per person ($15 per person for classes of 1989 to 1999).
Send checks (payable to Stanford University) to the Office of Alumni Relations, Stanford Law School, Crown Quadrangle, 559 Nathan Abbott Way, Stanford, CA 94305-8610. RSVP by March 17. You may fax credit card registrations to 650-725-9786 or send them via email to firstname.lastname@example.org (please include event name).
Due to security requirements- the Stanford Law School must register all guests with the Office of the Marshal by March 17. Please call the Law School Office of Alumni Relations at (650)723-2730, if you have any questions.
Membership Renewal and the Annual Membership DirectoryThe response to Monday's email providing each renewed member with their membership information to verify has been a huge success (???) with approximately 200 email responses in the first 24 hours providing various changes. If you a renewed member and have changes that you have not yet submitted, please submit the changes only, rather than all of your information. It makes data entry much easier.
Non-renewed members were provided the same information last week by email. Those non-renewed members who receive their newletter by mail will receive a membership form in the mail in a day or two. Non-renewed members must mail, not email, changes and their membership fee by March 15th. (Data entry is much easier if the check and the membership information arrive at the same time and if checks are not stapled to the membership form.) The directory will be mailed in mid-April.
New STEPS Job Bank for Young AlumniThe Stanford Exchange for Public Service (STEPS) is starting a job bank of available positions in the D.C. area suitable for graduating seniors and young alumni seeking public service jobs (government, non-profit, or private
sector). If you or your employer are interested in having Stanford graduating seniors and young alumni apply for jobs or internships at your office or company, please e-mail a job description to Charles Hokanson '93, MA '93, at email@example.com or mail a hard copy to Charles at 3000 Spout Run Parkway #C-610, Arlington, VA 22201. For more information about STEPS or if you have questions about the STEPS Job Bank, please contact Charles at (703) 351-1091.
Stanford GALA in DC
A Stanford Gay and Lesbian Alumni Group is now taking shape in DC for area alumni. The group started this fall and has quickly established a large membership. Stanford DC GALA intends to be a helpful resource for both alumni and students in DC. Plans for the group include: social events, events with GALA groups from other schools, job networking opportunities, and funding a summer internship in DC for a student working in gay and lesbian rights. If you are interested in joining or learning more about the group, please contact Jason Husgen AB '97, firstname.lastname@example.org
KEY CONTACT INFORMATIONHotline: (301) 230-5575
President: Bob Krahe, MS '83, (301) 236-0570, email@example.com
Webmaster/Membership: Bill Pegram, BA '73, MBA '77, (703) 486-0952, firstname.lastname@example.org
Newsletter/Listserv: Callista Chen, BA '97, (202) 319-1841, email@example.com
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 12179, Arlington, VA 22219
Over 30s Singles: www.oursquare.com/members/over30dc
STANFORD IN GOVERNMENTFebruary 14, 2000
Dear Stanford Alumni and Friends,
Once again we would like to request your help in providing free or low-cost housing to Stanford students this summer.
This year, we expect over one hundred Stanford students to participate in public service internships in DC. Most internships are unpaid, so it can be difficult for students to finance the cost of a summer in the city. That's
why we need your help. In the past, some Stanford alumni have provided students with room and/or board in exchange for low rent or services such as baby-sitting, house-sitting, or yard work. This generosity has allowed many Stanford students to intern affordably in DC, inspiring them to pursue careers in public service.
Stanford in Government would like to include you in our 2000 DC summer program. As a small measure of our gratitude and interest in promoting excellent alumni/student relations, we will hold at least one alumni/student
mixer at the Stanford in Washington House on Connecticut Avenue. We welcome any interest to help plan this event.
If you are willing to house a student for any part of the summer, please complete the attached survey and return it at your earliest convenience. Housing is generally most difficult for students to find in mid-June (before
other housing may be available) and from mid-August through September (when they must vacate the Stanford in Washington house or apartments they rent). Your completed survey will be placed in a binder in the SIG office and it is the student's responsibility to contact you. If an arrangement is made with a student, your survey will be removed from the binder.
Thank you very much for your continued support. None of SIG's work would be possible without your generosity. Please contact me at (650) 497-6954 with any questions about the survey or the summer housing program.
Director, Washington DC Resources and Programs Committee
Stanford In Government
STANFORD IN GOVERNMENTName: Class year:
2000 DC Alumni Housing Survey
___ Yes, I am willing to provide summer housing for a student intern.
___ If yes, how many students are you willing to take? ______
___ I may need a house sitter for part or all of the summer and am willing to consider a Stanford student for the position.
___ I am willing to house a Stanford student for one week or so while he/she looks for permanent housing or after other housing ends (e.g. in mid-June, September).
___ I am interested in participating in the Summer Program. Please write
ideas on the back: e.g. barbecues, brunches, speakers, softball, day trips, etc.
___ I may be able to house students who take internships during the academic year.
Dates housing will be available:
Rent and/or house duties (if any):
Location of home (please be specific):
Nearby transportation (Metro, bus, carpool, etc.):
Additional stipulations, requirements, comments:
Please return as soon as possible to:
Stanford In Government
P.O. Box 20176
Stanford, CA 94309
(note: this is an address change for SIG)