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Apollo calls you out to play your own tune, or revel in those of others, amidst all of the talent that will be showcased at Reunions ’13: Reedfayre, June 12-16. More than 600 people are already signed up to attend. … finish reading Apollo knows talent!
from Robin Tovey '97, 04/18/13
Whatever your reunion numeral may be, follow Athena’s yarn back to Reed and revel in the company of fellow alumni. The goddess of wisdom invites you to indulge your playful side, apply your intellect in Alumni College (one during and one after … finish reading All-knowing Athena has your number…
from Robin Tovey '97, 01/07/13
For Reedfayre 2013, June 12-16, we are continuing the tradition of featuring Reed-related food and drink with our annual Gastronomy Northwest showcase on Saturday afternoon, June 15, which offers samplings from chefs, bakers, growers, harvesters, vintners, brewers, distillers, and others … finish reading Gastronomy Northwest needs you!
from Robin Tovey '97, 12/13/12
Return To Mount Olympus Follow the music and join the dance at a fayre for all Reedies, not just those celebrating reunion years! Mark your calendar for Reedfayre '13, June 12-16. Online registration will be available in early January.... Continue reading
from Robin Tovey '97, 06/01/12
The Reed Switchboard is a volunteer effort aimed at fostering contact between current students and alumni. We've partnered with artist Lucy Bellwood '12 to bring you the Switchboard Hearts 2012 project. During Reunions '12: Reedfayre, Lucy will be on... Continue reading
from Robin Tovey '97, 05/31/12
Dearest Comrades: I have always wanted to write one of these letters, and they're finally letting me! And yes, it has been censored so you will have to use your decoders to get the real message.... Continue reading
from Robin Tovey '97, 05/24/12
Amidst the connecting and reconnecting of once and future Reed friends, a new element is taking hold at Reunions ’12: Reedfayre: career and job-related programming. We are pleased to offer a full panoply of programs for those interested... Continue reading
from Robin Tovey '97, 05/17/12
With Reed students' propensity for recombinant construction and conveyance, it is no surprise that the college entered a float in Portland's Rose Festival Parade as early as 1936. While the details are murky, we have this one photo,... Continue reading