Virtual Reunions 2021 Recordings
June 7–18Below, you'll find the session recordings from Virtual Reunions 2021.
Reunions Panel with President Audrey Bilger and College Leadership
President Audrey Bilger and college leadership welcome you to Reunions with insights from the past year and hopes for Reed’s future. Join alumni for this distinct opportunity to get a close-up look at student life, faculty innovations, and leadership that has led Reed through the pandemic. Moderated by Board Trustee Darlene D. Pasieczny ’01.
This event took place on 6/11/21 as a part of the Reed Reunions 2021 program.
What was the Civil Rights Movement? Faculty Lecture by Pancho Savery
What was the Civil Rights Movement? Introduction by President Audrey Bilger.
The title of this lecture implies that the civil rights movement is a thing of the past. Pancho Savery, professor of English and humanities, problematizes the idea that the Civil Rights Movement was finite by articulating the movement's extensive roots, and gesturing toward the many ways in which it is ongoing.
After the lecture, audience members were invited to ask questions.
This lecture took place on 6/12/21 as a part of the Reed Reunions 2021 program.
More Reunions Recordings
Class of 1961 Conversation with Four Reed Faculty Members | June 7, 2021
Class of 1966 Talk with Professor Noelwah Netusil | June 10, 2021
Class of 1971 Robert Frank Film Screening and Reception | June 6, 2021
Class of 1976 Pecha Kucha | June 9, 2021
Class of 1981 Rum and Fire and Reedies, Oh My! | June 6, 2021
Estate Planning Workshop, Sponsored by the Reed Eliot Society | June 10, 2021
Reed Career Alliance's Unexpected Career Pathways Panel | June 13, 2021
The History of Calligraphy at Reed with Gregory MacNaughton '89 | June 10, 2021
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Experiencing Change, Loss, and Resilience: Looking Back and Looking Ahead with the Class of 1961
Reed 50th Memorial: Classes of 1969–1972
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