Category Archives: In Memoriam

Alumni News from Reed Magazine, March ’13

There’s a tall stack of magazines on the table in my front hallway. It grows and grows from August until May, and only then does it lose some height. I recently rescued “Pathogenius,” the March 2013 issue of the Reed … finish reading Alumni News from Reed Magazine, March ’13

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Alumni News from Reed Magazine, September ’12

Summer is just around the corner and now is the time to start constructing that summer reading list. So why not start with some back issues of the Reed Magazine? The September ’12 issue featured a profile of new president, … finish reading Alumni News from Reed Magazine, September ’12

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Alumni News from Reed Magazine, March ’12

Anyone who ventured outside the Chemistry building in March/April discovered one of the coldest and wettest Portland springs on record. A much better idea was to stay inside and check out the chemistry stories in the Reed Magazine’s spring issue … finish reading Alumni News from Reed Magazine, March ’12

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Alumni News from Reed Magazine, September ’11

The cover of the Reed Magazine’s fall issue asked, What is a Reedie, Anyway? That’s a tough one. Perhaps these news items from the magazine can help you figure out what a Reedie chemist might be.

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Alumni News from Reed Magazine, June ’11

The summer issue of the Reed magazine illustrated once again why reading about Reedies is a never-ending source of fascination and entertainment. Featured articles described the (then) upcoming centennial and investigations of the paranormal alongside the traditional nod to ancient … finish reading Alumni News from Reed Magazine, June ’11

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Alumni News from Reed Magazine June ’10

We are slowing working our way through a pile of recent Reed magazines. The June ’10 issue contains a number of tidbits featuring Reed chemists … The inside cover is an ad for the Annual Fund. Ida Peric ’10 is … finish reading Alumni News from Reed Magazine June ’10

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Class Notes from Reed magazine Autumn ’09

The Class Notes section of the Reed magazine Autumn 2009 reports on some Reed chemists: Former Reed chemistry professor Fred Tabbutt popped up in a photo of Reed alums. Fred (far L in photo) had gathered with the others to … finish reading Class Notes from Reed magazine Autumn ’09

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Alumni News for Winter ’09 Reed Magazine

Bits and pieces gathered from different parts of the Winter ’09 issue of the Reed magazine: In December Ron Sato ’68 coordinated the Feeding Frenzy on campus, where alumni bring and served nourishment to exam-crazed students on the Sunday night … finish reading Alumni News for Winter ’09 Reed Magazine

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Alumni News from Autumn ’08 Reed Magazine

Some more news from the Class Notes section of the Autumn ’08 issue: Barbara Ehrenreich ’63 has published a new book, This Land is Their Land: Reports from a Divided Nation (Metropolitan Books, 2008) (p. 51) Francis Oliver Whipple ’48 … finish reading Alumni News from Autumn ’08 Reed Magazine

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Remembering Ben Eder

Ben Eder (1980-2001) entered Reed in 1998. He had grown up in Newport on the Oregon coast, an avid fisherman in a family that relied on the sea for its livelihood. His enthusiasm for life’s experiences took him all over … finish reading Remembering Ben Eder

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