- jfry : To all alumni coming into town for the memorial: Rhiana Meade ('13) is planning an alumni get-together for Saturday evening, 11/15 at 6 pm at... – Read more.
- Jordan Katz : Maggie was a wonderful teacher and mentor and I am so sad to hear that she passed. With all her energy and her positive attitude,... – Read more.
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Category Archives: Current Students
The cover article for the March 2016 issue of Reed magazine carries the title, Patterns of Power, which alludes to the relationship between fashion and society. I would also encourage readers to check out What is a Successful College Education? … finish reading Alumni News from Reed Magazine, March 2016
Late one night several seniors entered the student lounge intent upon some long-unfinished business: to replace the seldom used bulletin boards with a hand-painted Periodic Table of the Elements.
It’s the last week of classes for Spring 2016. Senior theses are due on Friday after which the campus will celebrate, as it does every year, with a raucous Thesis Parade, and a not-to-be-missed Renn Fayre. But… until then, seniors … finish reading Support Our Seniors
For the past several years the Reed Chemistry department has been ramping up its efforts to get student research on display at scientific conferences. This included the most recent national meeting of the American Chemical Society in San Diego (Spring … finish reading Reedies at Spring ACS Meeting – Denver 2015
Quadrivial Pursuit, the title article for the Sept 2014 issue of the Reed magazine, is a multiple-choice exam (p. 24) that tests your Reed IQ. Questions for chemists include: #10 – Subsequent to its founding, in what year was Reed’s … finish reading Alumni News from Reed Magazine, September ’14
It’s summertime. Which means that its time to go to the beach and curl up with a good read, like back issues of the Reed magazine (June 2014). One year ago, the summer issue of the magazine looked back at … finish reading Alumni News from Reed Magazine, June ’14
Nine Reed students have won grants to pursue summer projects to promote peace and strengthen understanding, and two of the projects feature environmental chemistry.
The National Science Foundation has just released its list of awardees for 2015 Graduate Research Fellowships. 6 Reed students/alumni made the list including several with Reed chemistry connections: Lindsay Sonderhouse ’13 (physics) Cole Perkinson ’13 (chemistry-physics) – currently at Cambridge … finish reading Reedies win NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
2015 arrived just days ago and with it a chance to go through last year’s mail and get caught up. A couple of issues of Reed magazine swam to the top, the oldest being March 2014’s “Thinker. Tailor. Soldier. Spy.” … finish reading Alumni News from Reed Magazine, March ’14
The President’s Summer Fellowship (PSF) was established two years ago to do something special: offer current students a chance “to think big and tackle a summer project that combines intellectual pursuit, imagination, adventure, personal transformation, and service to the greater … finish reading Johnny Mendoza ’15 Reports on his ‘Green’ PSF