Reunions

Schedule

PLEASE NOTE: The locations and events on this schedule are subject to change. The most up-to-date schedule will be available at Reunions Central in Prexy.

Click on indidvidual events to see the event description.

Reunions Events for

All Days

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Reunions Central Open

8:00 AM–12:00 AM

Check in, coffee, croquet, & conversation

Dorms open

8:00 AM

Lunch

11:30 AM–1:30 PM

Reunions Paideia Slot A

1:30 PM–5:30 PM

Tour of Reed's Special Collections

4:00 PM–5:00 PM

This tour is only open to the first 15 people who show up.

Dinner

5:30 PM–6:30 PM

Boar's Head Revisited Cafe

5:30 PM–9:00 PM

Refreshments available by concession.

Reed Stories

7:00 PM–8:30 PM

Master storyteller Cricket Parmalee '67 takes the lid off that treasure chest, the Reed Oral History Project, sharing stories from nine decades of life at Reed that are funny, quirky, poignant, and dark, with a special eye to diversity, pride and LGBTQ at Reed.

Juggling with Stuart Celarier '83

7:00 PM–9:00 PM

Come learn to juggle, learn again, learn a new trick, or have some fun watching other folks. Drop in anytime, equipment is provided, and no experience is necessary.

Camp Reed Sing-Along

9:00 PM–11:00 PM

Bring your instrument of choice and sing a host of tunes.

                

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Breakfast

8:00 AM–9:00 AM

Reunions Central Open

8:00 AM–12:00 AM

Check-in, coffee, croquet, & conversation

Reunions Paideia Slot B

9:00 AM–10:30 AM

Reunions Paideia Slot C

10:30 AM–12:00 PM

Lunch

11:30 AM–1:30 PM

Reunions Paideia Slot D

1:30 PM–3:30 PM

Reed Stories

3:30 PM–5:00 PM

Master storyteller Cricket Parmalee '67 takes the lid off that treasure chest, the Reed Oral History Project, sharing stories from nine decades at Reed that are funny, quirky, poignant, and dark, with a special eye to diversity and pride at Reed.

Reunions Paideia Slot E

3:30 PM–5:30 PM

Tour of Reed's Special Collections

4:00 PM–5:00 PM

This tour is only open to the first 15 people who show up.

Dinner

5:30 PM–6:30 PM

Music by Rebecca Shier Parks '85 and Gary Parks

5:30 PM–7:00 PM

Rebecca and Gary Parks gracefully perform original and well-known folk-rock tunes with theatrical and classical touches on piano and guitar.

Boar’s Head Revisited Café

5:30 PM–9:00 PM

Refreshments available by concession.

Egg the Editor

5:45 PM–6:45 PM

Grab your dinner in Commons and join editor Chris Lydgate '90 for a lively discussion about Reed magazine. Here's your chance to share tips, make suggestions, and give the editor a piece of your mind.

The Past, Present, and Future of Calligraphy at Reed

6:00 PM–8:00 PM

Please join Calligraphy Initiative coordinator Gregory MacNaughton ’89 for an illustrated presentation.

Reedies Invade The Green Dragon

6:00 PM–11:00 PM

Green Dragon, a super microbrewery, is located about ten minutes from Reed. a 14-person shuttle van will operate from in front of Kaul at 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 p.m. and returning from the pub 15 minutes after the hour.

The Green Dragon is located at 928 SE 9th Ave.

Biology Reception

6:30 PM
Join the Biology Department over wine and cheese to kick off a weekend of celebration! RSVP to http://bit.ly/13daC4R.

Reed Stories - Your Turn

7:00 PM–9:00 PM

The impromptu storytelling sessions hosted by Cricket Parmalee ’67 continue to be among the most popular activities at Reunions. Come share your Reed stories! Extra points for stories of diversity and pride . . . but all are welcome.

Dr. Demento Lecture: “We're All Americans Now!"

8:00 PM–9:30 PM

Dr. Demento (aka Barry Hansen ‘63 lectures on “"We're All Americans Now! Diversity and Integration in American commercial music, 18952015"

Camp Reed Sing-Along

9:00 PM–11:00 PM

Bring your instrument of choice and sing a host of tunes.

                

Fire Dancing

9:30 PM–10:30 PM

Weapons of Mass Distraction is a student group that specializes in "combustible badassery." Come watch their display of flinging fire fantastically.

Friday, June 12, 2015

Breakfast

8:00 AM–9:00 AM

Reunions Central Open

8:00 AM–12:00 AM

Check-in, croquet, coffee and conversation

Bio Alumni Talk: Session 1

9:00 AM–10:20 AM

Celebrate Bob and Maryanne’s legacies as their former thesis students present a series of talks ranging from their recent work in the sciences to pearls of wisdom, anecdotes and tales from their work and lives since they graduated from Reed.

We are seeking speakers to give short (5–15 minute) presentations in honor of Bob and Maryanne’s Retirement! Talks on everything from your work in science to the meaning of life of are encouraged! Contact Suzy Renn at renns@reed.edu to sign up or for more info.

Reunions Paideia Slot F

9:00 AM–10:30 AM

Protest and Social Change at Reed in the ‘60s panel

10:00 AM–11:30 AM

This panel explores experiences and motivations of Reedies who participated in the protests and social movements of the ’60s.  Sponsored by the class of ’65. The time of this panel may change.

Bio Alumni Talk: Session 2

10:30 AM–12:00 PM

We are seeking speakers to give short (5–15 minute) presentations in honor of Bob and Maryanne’s Retirement! Talks on everything from your work in science to the meaning of life of are encouraged! Contact Suzy Renn at renns@reed.edu to sign up or for more info.

Reunions Paideia Slot G

10:30 AM–12:00 PM

Stephanie Snyder ’91, Douglas F. Cooley Gallery Curator, lectures on “Treasures From The Reed College Art Collection”

11:00 AM–12:30 PM
Reed’s fine art collection contains exquisite and unusual works by artists such as: Milton Avery, Mark Rothko, Cindy Sherman, and Andy Warhol. Explore some of the collection's hidden gems.

Used Book Sale with Bill Nelson ’62

11:00 AM–4:00 PM

For 50 years, Bill has been hosting his wonderful used-book sale.

Lunch

11:30 AM–1:30 PM

Tour: Cartlandia Food Pod

11:30 AM–1:30 PM

Portland food carts are at the leading edge of the chef's knife in great eating. Sample some of the best food carts the city has to offer via shuttle ride to and from campus. Bring cash for your food. Space is limited; sign up at Reunions Central.

Illustrated lecture on the life and work of Father Catich by Paul Herrera

1:00 PM–3:00 PM

In addition to the legacy of Lloyd Reynolds, Reed is renowned by calligraphers, typographers, and lettering artists for the inscription above the Eliot Hall east entrance, the work of Father Edward Catich. Catich and his workshop are also responsible for the beautiful slate inscriptions of the Old Dorm Block, and it was Catich who taught Robert Palladino before Palladino succeeded Reynolds in Reed’s calligraphy program. Paul Herrera, Catich’s former assistant, studied with Father Catich at St. Ambrose College and worked with Catich from 19671979. In 1979 he succeeded Catich at St. Ambrose's art department, where he taught until 1989.

Boomerang Kids Panel

1:00 PM–2:30 PM

Many young adults are returning to live in their parents’ homes. This panel explores reasons for this trend and the experiences of affected family members. Sponsored by the class of ’65.

Reed Stories—Your Turn

1:30 PM–3:30 PM

The impromptu storytelling sessions hosted by Cricket Parmalee ’67 continue to be among the most popular activities at Reunions. Come share your Reed stories!  Extra points for stories of diversity and pride. . . . but all are welcome.

Reunions Paideia Slot H

1:30 PM–3:30 PM

Discussion featuring Davis Rogan ‘90

2:00 PM–3:00 PM
Would you like to hear Davis playing on a real piano? Are you in bed by 10 p.m.? For these and other reasons, Davis has agreed to play during the day. There will be some storytelling and time for Q & A.

Alumni Author’s Reception

2:30 PM–3:30 PM

Mingle with Reed authors and enjoy coffee and cookies.

Call for Authors!

We are looking for published alumni to showcase your title(s), socialize, and maybe sell a few books. There are 12 open slots (first come, first serve).  If you have written a book and would like to join us, please let the bookstore know by May 15.  For more information, contact Patrick Sandlin, book department manager, sandlinp@reed.edu 503/788-6659

Open Session on College Admission with Reed Admission Officers Crockett Marr ’06 and Abigail Anderson

2:30 PM–3:30 PM

Crockett and Abigail will answer questions about Reed's recruiting and admission processes and discuss the national higher ed. landscape exploring how college admissions shapes the student body and future of institutions. Bring questions.

Tour of Reed’s Special Collections

3:00 PM–4:30 PM

This tour is only open to the first 16 people who show up.

Science Outreach Open House

3:30 PM–5:00 PM

Bring your families and enjoy some hands on science activities while mingling with some of the programs’ over 400 alumni, learning about the current program (celebrating nearly 20 years!), and celebrating one piece of a successful career with the retirement of Professor Robert Kaplan, the program’s founder. Followed by the Biology Reunion and Retirement Celebration!

Pre-Fanfayre hosted reception

4:00 PM–4:30 PM

Fanfayre Friday kicks off with a reception back at Camp Reed. Sip on the signature cocktail (mocktails available as well), enjoy the music of TBA, catch up with old friends, and stay for the main event of Fanfayre. (Kaul Auditorium if rain.)

Fanfayre

4:30 PM–5:15 PM
Kaul Auditorium if rain.

Biology Reunion and Retirement Celebration

5:00 PM

Join the Biology Department for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, mingling with biology alumni, and celebrate the successful careers and retirement of Professors Robert Kaplan and Maryanne McClellan. RSVP to http://bit.ly/12z6QSs.

Childcare at Reunions

5:00 PM–11:00 PM

Childcare and sense of adventure provided by Lisa the Great '12.

Your child (age 6+) will join in an epic role-playing adventure, and we'll throw in free dinner!  For details and to reserve your spot, go to http://lisathegreat.weebly.com/reed-reunions-2015.html. Get in on early bird signup deals! Pre-registration for $100 closes on June 5, with an additional $25 fee per child for registration past this point.

Class/y Reception

5:15 PM–6:00 PM

Mingle with your classmates and grab a drink and a nosh from the hosted bars. Alumni are encouraged to find their classmates by decade on the following

• 1970s and 1980s, 1st floor

• 1940s–1960s, 2nd floor

• 1990s and 2000s, 3rd floor

Ending with announcement from class of ’65 regarding their class gift and location of their dinner.

Dinner with Faculty

6:00 PM–7:30 PM

Sit with faculty and classmates and enjoy an array of Pacific Northwest fare and music by TBA.

Biology Reunion Dinner with Faculty

6:00 PM

Join the Biology Department as the Biology Reunion continues at the Dinner with Faculty. Look for the “Reserved for Biology” signs.

Following Dinner, join us for a Happy Hour at Gigantic.

Biology Happy Hour

7:45 PM–10:00 PM
Join the crowd as the party moves to Gigantic for some after dinner libations.

S.L.U.R (Singing Loudly Unto Reed)

8:00 PM

The first SLUR reunion! If you can't sing well . . . Join in with this folk/Irish/sea shanty singing group.

Reed Game Expo

8:00 PM–11:00 PM
Play tabletop and video games designed by Reedies and mingle with the designers!
Call for game designers: We are looking for game designer alumni to showcase your complete or prototype game(s). If you would like to join us, please contact Joe Wasserman '09 at Joe.Wasserman@gmail.com.

Kabbalat Shabbat

8:45 PM–9:15 PM
Candle lighting and Kiddush with wine, juice, and challah. Casual, liberal/Reconstructionist, short and sweet.

Boar’s Head Revisited Café

8:00 PM–1:00 AM

Refreshments available by concession.

Reed Bands

8:00 PM–11:15 AM

8–8:45 p.m. The Goats featuring Holiday High ‘88

An original, garage-rock trio from Portland with a noisy, eclectic, minimalist aesthetic with drummer, Holiday High ’88.

9–9:45 p.m. Part of the Kollektiv featuring Jack Johnson '15, Stewart Green '15, James Sissler '16, and Sam Ramirez '16

"Embracing the tradition established by legendary psychedelic touring acts like The Grateful Dead, Phish, and The Disco Biscuits, part of the kollektiv featuring Jack Johnson '15, Stewart Green '15, James Sissler '16, and Sam Ramirez '16, incorporates elements of jazz improvisation into their extended, eclectic, and original dance-rock grooves."

10–midnight p.m. Hollowdog featuring Stuart Margolis '93

Original classic rock that you haven't heard before.  musical ADHD,  a collage of rock, blues, reggae, Motown and joyful jams –an eclectic journey.

Folk Dancing

8:30 PM–10:00 PM

Jim Kahan ’64 and others will keep your feet moving to the music and build community along the way. (Please no shoes [socks are OK], food, or drink.)

11th Annual Reunions Poker Game

8:30 PM–12:00 AM

Come see if you know when to hold ’em and know when to fold ’em at, hosted by Mark Humphrey ’85 and Tor Jernudd ’84.  Open play (dealer choice of game) or possibly a tournament, based on attendee choice.  Your opportunity to pay off a tiny portion of your student loan debt . . .

Camp Reed Sing-Along

10:00 PM–12:00 AM
Classic Rock (and folk) (and country) (and blues) where we'll be singing and twangin' away at everything from Elvis (both of 'em) to the Beatles, Dylan, Stones, the Dead, etc., with a dash of everything else (Talking Heads, REM, Merle Haggard, Steve Earle, The Shins, etc.) tossed in for good times. If you play an instrument, bring it with you; if not, bring your voice and a smile. All songs and styles welcome.  


Our evolving song list can be found at http://nuclearflatworms.org/Temporary/Reunions_Songs (note that this is not a complete list of songs), and if you have a song you would like us to do, email Mateo Burtch '82 at elvis@alumni.reed.edu, and we will add it to the list. (Include lyrics and chords if you can.) Or bring a songbook or your own lyric/chord sheets to pass around.

Stop Making Sense

12:00 AM–1:30 AM

Of course David Byrne isn’t a Reedie (his loss), but Reedies of the last decade love to pack the SU and dance to this musical classic. Join the crowd as the 1984 film is played on the big screen. Dancing required!

Saturday, June 13, 2015

Reunions Central Open

8:00 AM–12:00 AM

Check-in, coffee, croquet, & conversation.

Breakfast

8:00 AM–9:00 AM

Reunions Paideia Slot I: Canyon Slide Show with Zac Perry, Canyon Restoration Manager, Gray Campus

9:00 AM–10:30 AM

Reed's lake and canyon have changed greatly over the past century. Canyon specialist Zac Perry presents a short slide show on how these 20 to 30 acres has changed over the years, including the most recent restoration project. Enjoy this brief slideshow with some Q&A before a walking tour at 10:30 am.

Archery Class for Children

9:00 AM–10:00 AM
Bring your little ones to try out fun with bows and arrows.

Canyon Tour

10:30 AM–12:00 PM

Zac Perry, canyon specialist, leads an easy walking tour of the canyon, Reed’s own natural wonder. Learn about the fight against invasive species and the exiting restoration panel. (Please wear outdoor shoes.)

Lunch

11:30 PM–1:30 PM

Foster-Scholz Club Annual Recognition Luncheon

12:00 PM–1:30 PM

This annual luncheon for the Foster Scholz Club (alumni who graduated forty or more years ago) will honor this year's recipients of the Distinguished Service Award (TBA) and welcome the Class of ’75, who are joining the club this year.

Calligraphy Scriptorium

12:00 PM–2:00 PM

Be part of Reed's calligraphy tradition for all levels of experience—no previous experience is necessary, and materials are provided. Organized by Gregory MacNaughton ’89, education outreach and Calligraphy Initiative coordinator of the Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery. Young children are welcome accompanied by a parent

Carnival & Music

1:00 PM–5:00 PM

• Cosmic Face Painting by Sascha Gordon

• “Not your average Joe” Mishkin, balloon artist

• Games: Ring toss, frog hop, and balloon dart wall

• Inflatable bouncy

• Rojo, the therapy llama and Napoleon, the therapy alpaca

• 1–1:45 p.m. Bellows & Squawk
Neglected gems from the American Songbook

• 2–2:45 p.m. Maria Maita-Keppeler ‘14
Pulling influence from traditional and contemporary folk music, Maria’s smooth vocal delivery and poetic lyrics will transport you to another place.

3–3:45 p.m. “JuggleMania“ by Rhys Thomas

• 4–4:45 p.m. Scott Breitenstein ‘14
Acoustic country wailings written for anyone who’s ever been in love, lost in love, or felt the urge to wander the back roads of America.

• 5–5:30 p.m. Willie and the Whips
Will Morgan '88 and friends close Carnival with country blues standards and original tunes.

Office for Inclusive Community Receptions: Peer Mentor Program

1:00 PM–1:45 PM
Reed students and alumni involved in the program are invited to this meet and greet. Come say hi and talk about Reed and life after Reed. Refreshments will be provided.

Class photo for the Class of ’65/50th reunion

1:30 PM

Archery Class for Adults

1:30 PM–2:30 PM
Try your hand at archery once again, just like back in the days of Olde Reed.

Tour: Nuclear Reactor

1:30 PM

(Repeats at 2:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.)

Reed College has the only nuclear reactor in the nation that is operated primarily by undergraduates. Licensed students use it for thesis projects and to increase their understanding of radiation and radioactivity.

Class of ’90 25th Reunion Oral History Interview

1:30 PM–3:00 PM

Conducted under the auspices of the Dorothy Johansen Society for the History of Reed College.

Class Photo for the classes of 55th-75th

1:45 PM

Office for Inclusive Community Receptions: Reedies of Color

2:00 PM–2:45 PM
Reed students and alumni of color are invited to this meet and greet. Come say hi and talk about Reed and life after Reed. Refreshments will be provided.

Class of '65 Memorial, Cerf Amphitheatre

2:00 PM–3:00 PM

Tour: Lloyd Reynolds in Reed's Special Collections

2:00 PM–3:00 PM

This tour is only open to the first 15 people who show up.

The Marketplace

2:00 PM–4:00 PM

Enjoy this food, drink, and crafts showcase featuring Reed-related chefs, bakers, growers, harvesters, vintners, brewers, distillers, and artists. Meat Smoke will be bringing a unique selection slow-smoked vittles to the lawn just east of the Performing Arts Building especially for Marketplace.

Additionally, participants will have a chance to sample and purchase products from:

  • David Autrey '89 of Westrey Wine Company, wine
  • Lucy Bellwood '12, comics
  • Narayan DeVera '65, ceramics and fine art
  • Anne Marie DiStefano '92 of Lucky Horseshoe, cocktails made with local spirits
  • Rachel Elizabeth '88 of Jonny Sport, luggage and accessories
  • Esther Gwinnell '75, glass artwork.
  • Minott Kerr '80 of Clear Creek Distillery, spirits
  • Elise Roberts '99 of Enlightened Bugs, photo prints of bees and bugs
  • Jehnee Rains '93 of Suzette, crepes and sweet treats
  • Dawn Seymour '80 of Fiber Rhythm Craft & Design, yarn

Please note: Although minors are allowed in Marketplace, samples of alcohol will be present. Those who plan on partaking of said alcohol who appear to be under 30 must present a photo ID at the door to receive an over-21 wristband. Those without a photo ID will still be granted admittance, but will not be allowed to purchase or drink samples of alcohol.

If you'd like to bring your business (or hobby) to Marketplace or have any questions about this event, please contact Rob Shryock '13, Young Alumni Coordinator, at rshryock@reed.edu.

Tour: Nuclear Reactor

2:30 PM–3:30 PM

Reed College has the only nuclear reactor in the nation that is operated primarily by undergraduates. Licensed students use it for thesis projects and to increase their understanding of radiation and radioactivity.

Tour: Tunnels on Campus

2:30 PM–3:30 PM

This tour is only open to the first 25 people who show up.

Walking shoes are strongly suggested, no flip-flops or sandals, please.

Office for Inclusive Community Receptions: Queer and Trans Reedies of Color

3:00 PM–3:45 PM
Reed queer and trans students of color and queer and trans alumni of color are invited to this meet and greet. Come say hi and talk about Reed and life after Reed. Refreshments will be provided.

Class of '90 Canyon Walk in Honor of Ed Coolidge '90

3:00 PM
Join us for a tramp through the Canyon to celebrate the life of Ed Coolidge and then gather on the SU porch to swap stories.

Class of ’65 50th Reunion Oral History Interview

3:00 PM–4:30 PM

On the occasion of their 50th reunion, conducted under the auspices of the Dorothy Johansen Society for the History of Reed College.

Tour: Nuclear Reactor

3:30 PM–4:30 PM

Reed College has the only nuclear reactor in the nation that is operated primarily by undergraduates. Licensed students use it for thesis projects and to increase their understanding of radiation and radioactivity.

Office for Inclusive Community Receptions: Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Reedies

4:00 PM–4:45 PM
Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Reed students and alumni are invited to this meet and greet.  Come say hi and talk about Reed and life after Reed. Refreshments will be provided.

Class Photos

4:00 PM–5:30 PM

Class photos are available to the milestone classes and anyone else who identifies with that class. Please show up five minutes prior to your scheduled photo to line up.

4 p.m.: Class of ’70

4:10 p.m.: Class of ’75

4:20 p.m.: Class of ’80

4:30 p.m.: Class of ’85

4:40 p.m.: Class of ’95

4:50 p.m.: Class of ’00

5 p.m.: Class of ’05

5:10 p.m.: Classes of ’10 & '15

5:20 p.m.: Class of ’90

Reed Reunions Sixth-Annual Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting

5:00 PM–5:40 PM

All recovery programs, family, and friends welcome. For more information, please email reediesinrecovery@gmail.com.

All-class parade

5:45 PM–6:00 PM

Join the parade! Congregate on the Eliot North Lawn and grab your kazoos and costumes and march to dinner led by Davis Rogan ’90 and the All-Star New Orleans Rhythm & Blues Revue.

All-class dinner

6:00 PM–7:30 PM

Mingle with alumni of all vintages.

Children at Reunions

7:00 PM–11:00 PM

Childcare and sense of adventure provided by Lisa the Great '12

Your child (age 6+) will join in an epic role-playing adventure! For details and to reserve your spot, go to http://lisathegreat.weebly.com/reed-reunions-2015.html,. Get in on early bird signup deals! Pre-registration for $$70 closes on June 5, with an additional $25 fee per child for registration past this point.

An Evening of Poetry

7:30 PM–9:00 PM
Brittney Corrigan '94 , Endi Bogue Hartigan '94, Shadab Zeest Hashmi '95, and Eve Lyons '95.

Ping-Pong Palace

8:00 PM–11:59 PM

We've got ping-pong, blacklights, and other fun games TBA. Come relive your arcade days of yore.

Boar’s Head Revisited Café

8:00 PM–1:00 AM

Refreshments available by concession.

Talent Show

8:00 PM–9:45 PM
Whether you're an ex-winner on Southeast Portland's Got Talent or someone who last got on stage in 4th grade, come show off at the Reunions Talent Show. We've showcased poets, singers, jugglers, pianists, joke-tellers, . . . even banjo players, all in a fun, supportive atmosphere. Heck, come read the racy parts of your Chem thesis!  To guarantee your spot, email Mateo Burtch '82 at elvis@alumni.reed.edu, or sign up at Reunions Central. (You can also just show up, but no spot is guaranteed if you do.)

Fireworks!

9:45 PM–9:55 PM

Enjoy the grand finale of Reunions 2015.

Davis Rogan ’90 and the All-Star New Orleans Rhythm & Blues Revue

10:15 PM–1:15 AM

Davis returns once again to rock the SU with his band. This is not to be missed. Come dance the night away.

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Breakfast

8:00 AM–11:00 AM

Reunions Central open for check out

8:00 AM–6:00 PM

Please leave your key in Reunions Central or in the key box in your dorm.

Leave for Portland's Pride Parade

9:30 AM

Vans from Eliot Circle

Join a contingent of Reedies for the Pride Parade. Sign up to take a van, which will ferry you to the parade downtown, which starts at 11 a.m. If you plan on taking the bus, consider taking the 17 rather than the 19, as the 19 does not begin running until 10:30 a.m. on Sundays.

Pride Parade

11:00 AM

NW Park Blocks, exact location TBA.

Learn more about the parade on Pride NW's website. Those who wish to stay for the festival downtown after the parade are welcome, however, we will only provide transport back to campus in the immediate aftermath of the parade. For those who wish to stay downtown, TriMet Line 19 runs roughly every 40 minutes until 8:55 p.m. There are various bus stops on SW 5th Avenue, and it runs directly to Reed's campus.

Prexy Pride Pizza

5:00 PM–9:00 PM

Monday, June 15, 2015

Coffee & Nosh

8:00 AM–9:00 AM

Light breakfast and coffee.

Reunions Central Closes

9:00 AM

If you cannot check out before the 9 a.m. deadline, please leave your key at 28 West.