Apollo calls you out to play your own tune, or revel in those of others, amidst all of the talent that will be showcased at Reunions ’13: Reedfayre, June 12-16. More than 600 people are already signed up to attend. Dorms are still available, and $50 gets you a bed for the duration. Register online.
Entertainment: Reedies got talent!
Peruse the newly posted offerings of music, showmanship, and other hijinks: from karaoke to sing-alongs, comedy to Kalamazoo Gals, and folk dancing to David Byrne worshiping, a cacophonous range of notes will sound. Other diversions will include bowling, roller-skating, fire-dancing, the talent show, and a carnival on the front lawn. Full slate of entertainment.
Explore Options for Act Two of Your Career
Ready to write a book? Run for public office? Leave your public service job of 20 years to get a PhD in art history? Join us to explore the options for the latter part of your career. Taking our lead from Pele, the goddess of creative power, passion, and purpose, we invite you to consider the possibilities for the second half of your career on Friday, June 14, at 2:15 p.m.
We’ve organized a panel of alumni who have successfully navigated a significant change in their careers. There will be an opportunity to discuss topics with like-minded Reedies, such as balancing family and work, spicing up one’s occupation, and considering something new and different. Join us for an afternoon of celebration, contemplation, and rejuvenation (snacks and no-host drinks will be available). See this and other schedule highlights.
Published or self-published and coming to Reunions?
Contact the Reed Bookstore if you would like your book featured in our alumni author display during Reunions. For more information, contact book buyer Marianna Mullens ‘07 at firstname.lastname@example.org. Some restrictions apply.
Apollo artwork by Lucy Bellwood ’12