Posts Tagged ‘meta’

Be a Part of TUSB! Come to Our Open Info Session Tomorrow (Weds.) 1/5

Tuesday, January 4th, 2011

By now, the thought has crossed your mind: wouldn’t I be more intelligent and attractive if I were not only a reader but a contributor to The Unofficial Stanford Blog? Well, here’s your opportunity to find out more about how TUSB works, the people who run the show, and different ways to get involved. Or, if you just want free stuff, there will be snacks available, gratis.

The info:
What: TUSB Open Info Session
When: Wednesday, January 5. 8:30 pm.
Where: Old Union Room 216

Bring your friends!

Email us at stanfordblogging@gmail.com with any questions. Hope to see you there!

The Upgraded Version of The Unofficial Stanford Blog is Here!

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

After going to the drawing board, having Kevin code some stuff, returning to the drawing board, having Kevin code more stuff, etc. for a long period of time, we present TUSB 3.0: the newest version of The Unofficial Stanford Blog. We think it’s easier to use, more functional, and just overall a whole lot better.

You can do captions, too!

You can do captions, too!

Over the next few days, we will work to finalize the new site for the time being and try to make sure it has limited bugs. Let us know if you see something that looks awry by emailing us at blogforstanford@gmail.com and we will send our crack team of investigators to take a look.

Here’s some of the new features of the site:

New toolbar across the top:  Your one-stop shop for easy navigation between the blog, the events calendar, features, about us, sign up, and our newest addition, the free stuff tab (coming soon).

New header: People hated the old header. People hated the header before that. There’s really nowhere to go but up. For those who are curious, the little upside-down man is our unofficial new mascot–it is a reference to the statue of Louis Agassiz that fell headless into the cement after the 1906 earthquake. We think it’s pretty nifty, funny, unofficial, etc.

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