Author Archives: Robin Tovey '97

Reedies to march in Pride Parade

Reed is going to Portland’s Pride Parade on Sunday, June 15! We are setting up in Spot 61, Section 11—just off of NW Flanders and 8th. See maps below. Pride wants you to arrive by 10 a.m. under threat of … finish reading Reedies to march in Pride Parade

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Strategic-planning report summaries

The Quest ran a terrific piece on the findings by all strategic-planning work groups; the students involved in each group submitted the following summaries, and we are pleased to share them with you. If reading the full reports is a … finish reading Strategic-planning report summaries

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More stuff cooking for Marketplace

We’ll be celebrating cooking, brewing, and crafting at Reedfayre! On Saturday, June 7, 2–4 p.m., no fewer than 18 different Reed artisans will descend on the Performing Arts Building to sample and sell their wares for “Marketplace.” The most recent … finish reading More stuff cooking for Marketplace

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Is calligraphy at Reed dead?

No, it’s not! Because if you register for Reunions ’14: Reedfayre, June 4-8, by May 15, you’ll get a hand-lettered nametag waiting for you when you arrive. Time is running out, so make sure you register today! Speaking of Reed … finish reading Is calligraphy at Reed dead?

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Ping-Pong Palace at Reedfayre ’14

From petals to paddles, we’ve got you covered for playful ways to enjoy Reunions ’14: Reedfayre, June 4-8! Kaul Auditorium will be converted into the “Ping-Pong Palace” on the Saturday night of Reunions. We’ve procured no fewer than 12 ping-pong … finish reading Ping-Pong Palace at Reedfayre ’14

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Past days of Empire reproduced at Reunions ’14

This year, we’re honoring the legacy of Reed’s classic 1960s strategy game “Empire” by opening a collection of board games for play every night of Reunions ’14: Reedfayre, June 4-8! Courtesy of Reed’s own ARG (Association of Reed Gamers), we’ll … finish reading Past days of Empire reproduced at Reunions ’14

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Get your leg warmers on at ’80s dance party at Reedfayre ’14

We know that you still own your leg warmers and long to put your hair in a side ponytail. We know that sometimes all you want to do is paint your face and put on spandex and turn your amp … finish reading Get your leg warmers on at ’80s dance party at Reedfayre ’14

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Party at PIE to toast Reed Switchboard

Time flies when you’re incubating a fabulous idea! You may recall that last summer Reed Switchboard, the networking site created to share Reed love, was given a boost by Wieden & Kennedy as part of the ad firm’s Portland Incubator … finish reading Party at PIE to toast Reed Switchboard

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Hidden gems and macabre moments of the real L.A.

Testimonial by Toni DeVito ’77: Reed College’s own Mike Teskey, along with Esotouric, has arranged an absolute-must, don’t-miss weekend, March 7-9, for we who are inquisitive about the social and urban history of this unique place that we call home: … finish reading Hidden gems and macabre moments of the real L.A.

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Winter weather at Working Weekend

We are so excited that many alumni are coming back to Reed for Working Weekend and related events. Between the board of trustees, strategic planning partners, and Working Weekend participants, the campus will be alive with activity. In addition to … finish reading Winter weather at Working Weekend

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