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Category Archives: Tips
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
Friendly neighborhood senior HA here to give some tips on that daunting (and exciting) group interview. “Group interview, what’s that?” you may ask. The group interview is the last phase of the HA interview process. Here are some logistics: You will … finish reading The Group Interview
The first round of HA interviews is coming up! These interviews will be individual, where the candidate will sit down with a senior HA and a Resident Director (RD) to answer a few questions and ask a few of their … finish reading HA Interviews: 2 cents from a current HA
Time is flying past us, and soon it will be December 1st, 2015: the day that the House Advisor job application becomes available for the school year of 2016-17. Being an HA is a yearlong commitment to a residence hall … finish reading Applying to be a House Advisor
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
Pretty much the entire Reed campus is gorgeous, and there are tons of pleasant places to settle down with the books or friends of your choice. However, sometimes the go-to places for such activities are too crowded and bustling (commons at lunch, … finish reading Peaceful Oases on Reed Campus
Today’s the big day! Though less flashy than presidential election years, midterm elections are equally high stakes and determine congressional representation for a given district, the status of local initiatives, and more. Oregonlive has a voter guide which breaks down … finish reading How to Vote If You’re Registered in Oregon
Welcome to campus, new Reedies!! We’re so excited to meet you. You’ll soon become acquainted with your dormies, HA, and RD. But in the mean time, here are some helpful links: Orientation Schedule Map of campus Maintenance Requests–facilities has been … finish reading New Year, New Reedies!
I will begin by saying that a lot of these hacks are ridiculously simple. BUT I think they also show how you can get ~*~*creative*~*~ at Commons without spending too much time trying to get your concoction together. So here … finish reading Commons Hacks Round 2