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Category Archives: Portland Life
Due to a limited number of housing spaces available, Res Life cannot guarantee housing to all who fill out a housing application. Each year, when it appears that every room has been filled, each person participating in the housing lottery … finish reading Finding Housing after the housing portal has closed
One of the best things about living at Reed isn’t even on campus! Living in the middle of SE Portland means excellent access to bike paths and bike friendly streets taking you to downtown, Mt. Tabor, Sellwood and more! Here … finish reading Biking in SE Portland
Hi Everyone: Like Mara, I’ll also be blogging throughout the rest of the summer and into the 2015/2016 school year! I’m a rising senior Psychology major, and I’ve been an HA for 2 years and a summer.
What really makes a coffee shop great? Free wifi is a must. Cheap refills, perhaps? Sufficient table room to spread out your computer and textbook? The availability of “real” food (sandwiches rather than sweet muffins)? In this series we explore shops … finish reading Coffee Shops of SouthEast PDX
Scholz III went apple picking in early October at Sauvie Island farms!
If you’re staying in Portland over fall break and you’re not planning on setting up camp in the Hauser Fundome like some thesising seniors (certainly not this thesising senior) you may want to try to “make the most” of our … finish reading Things to Do Over Fall Break
With spring break just around the corner and fair weather theoretically in our future, it’s time to start thinking about taking advantage of the Pacific Northwest’s best natural features. Whether you’re a senior taking your final spring break or a … finish reading Portland: Essential Day Trips
Tomorrow, a very Portland/very Reed event is happening that you all should know about. RAW (Reed Arts Week) continues tomorrow with a couple of performances booked. We posted a bit about RAW last week. I personally am super excited to … finish reading Happy Thursday/What to do Friday
In “Portland Would” news, the fifth annual Rose City Yarn Crawl is underway this weekend! During the next four days fiber enthusiasts (“knitters, crocheters, spinners, and felters”) will disperse throughout the city to check out eighteen separate yarn and craft stores … finish reading Rose City Yarn Crawl: Unravel Portland
A 21+ event with a bit of an academic twist: Doug Kenck-Crispin, historian for orhistory.com, will be hosting a walking tour of the Portland of yesteryear this Saturday. Before Portland was branded as “quirky” by the Independent Film Channel, it had … finish reading Shanghaiers, Saloons & Skullduggery: A Walking Tour of Portland’s Sinful Past