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Reunions '14: Reedfayre will be June 4-8. Join the audience of alumni as the curtain goes up on campus in its finest seasonal form: summer! We're putting all of the acts together at a fayre for all Reedies, no matter your affinity year. Register online today!

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Ping-Pong Palace at Reedfayre ’14

from Robin Tovey '97, 04/10/14

From petals to paddles, we’ve got you covered for playful ways to enjoy Reunions ’14: Reedfayre, June 4-8! Kaul Auditorium will be converted into the “Ping-Pong Palace” on the Saturday night of Reunions. We’ve procured no fewer than 12 ping-pong … finish reading Ping-Pong Palace at Reedfayre ’14

 

Past days of Empire reproduced at Reunions ’14

from Robin Tovey '97, 03/25/14

This year, we’re honoring the legacy of Reed’s classic 1960s strategy game “Empire” by opening a collection of board games for play every night of Reunions ’14: Reedfayre, June 4-8! Courtesy of Reed’s own ARG (Association of Reed Gamers), we’ll … finish reading Past days of Empire reproduced at Reunions ’14

 

Get your leg warmers on at ’80s dance party at Reedfayre ’14

from Robin Tovey '97, 02/21/14

We know that you still own your leg warmers and long to put your hair in a side ponytail. We know that sometimes all you want to do is paint your face and put on spandex and turn your amp … finish reading Get your leg warmers on at ’80s dance party at Reedfayre ’14

 

Free dorm lodging through February 1

from Robin Tovey '97, 01/23/14

It’s showtime! Reunions ’14: Reedfayre will be June 4–8. Join the audience of alumni as the curtain goes up on campus in its finest seasonal form: summer! We’re putting all of the acts together at a fayre for all Reedies, no matter your … finish reading Free dorm lodging through February 1

 

The Marketplace at Reedfayre ’14

from Robin Tovey '97, 12/12/13

In the days of ancient Greece, you could head down to the market of Athens and purchase papyrus imported from Egypt, salt fish from Scythia, as well as the olive oil, figs, and wine that were ample throughout the city-states. … finish reading The Marketplace at Reedfayre ’14