Author Archives: Michael Teskey

Prexy Salons Focus on Quality Discussions

The spring run of Prexy salons kicks off on Tuesday, January 27, when you can engage in “powerful” discussion with Robert McCullough ’72 on the topic: Nuclear Winter: Is Nuclear Power Obsolete? McCullough served as an expert on the Enron … finish reading Prexy Salons Focus on Quality Discussions

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A broad array of beats at Reedfayre ’14

Sing along, dance along, or sit back and enjoy. Whatever your preference, Reunions ’14: Reedfayre, June 4-8, offers a enticing panoply of wonderful music. Rob Fishel ’03 on show-tunes piano: If you like to sing aloud to show tunes and … finish reading A broad array of beats at Reedfayre ’14

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Feast on a food symposium at Reedfayre ’14

Foodies of the world unite, you have nothing to lose but your waistline! Everyone knows that Portland has grown into nationally recognized hub of food activity, from its top-rated restaurants, food trucks, and bakeries to nearby vineyards and breweries. What’s … finish reading Feast on a food symposium at Reedfayre ’14

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Colorful commentary to celebrate 250 years of service

Start off the weekend of Reunions ’14: Reedfayre with a special drink, a toast, and some tunes. We hope that Cerf Amphitheatre will be filled with well-wishers as we honor an impressive group of retiring faculty and staff members along … finish reading Colorful commentary to celebrate 250 years of service

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A freetail addition to LBJ weekend

We’d be batty if we didn’t do this… As an add on to the LBJ weekend trip last year, a few alumni joined me on a trek to Bracken Cave outside of New Braunfels, Texas to witness an astonishing sight: millions … finish reading A freetail addition to LBJ weekend

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Scriptorium on the Road recap

“Sit up straight. Face your work. Keep that 45 degree angle on your pen.” –Greg MacNaughton ’89 channeling Lloyd Reynolds Participants for whom calligraphy was an old friend, or who were experiencing it for the first time, heard these instructions … finish reading Scriptorium on the Road recap

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Art, Music, and Writing in the High Sierras

Art, Music, and Writing in the High Sierras October 17-20 For those who want to both get away to a spectacularly beautiful setting and to have a hands-on experience honing your skills in areas of art, music, or writing, this … finish reading Art, Music, and Writing in the High Sierras

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Flavors of Northern Italy

Flavors of Northern Italy October 11-19 Amarone-infused Risotto amidst Valpolicella vineyards. Behind the scenes with a tortellini maker from Valeggio sul Mincio. A simple gelato in beautiful Borghetto. Reed has once again partnered with Orbridge Travel for this exclusive opportunity. … finish reading Flavors of Northern Italy

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Oaxaca Culinary and Cultural Adventure

Oaxaca Culinary & Cultural Adventure September 23-October 2, 2016 Organized by Jewel Murphy ‘82, this will be an intimate experience for those who value travel and learning experiences that touch all the senses. Oaxaca is a world heritage site that is … finish reading Oaxaca Culinary and Cultural Adventure

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Rare Books and Manuscripts of Washington, DC

DC Treasures: Rare Books & Manuscripts in three Classic Collections September 12-15 A first-edition Linnaeus, the first books from Darwin’s voyage, and so much more awaits the bibliophiles and lovers of ideas who partake in this experience. Through their special … finish reading Rare Books and Manuscripts of Washington, DC

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