Author Archives: Robin Tovey '97

Eastern Europe trip rescheduled

Because of the recent turmoil in Ukraine and the likelihood that the situation there will remain unsettled at least for the next several months, we have decided to reschedule our annual Eastern Europe tour for August 30 – September 14, … finish reading Eastern Europe trip rescheduled

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We heart Reed Switchboard

This season of fresh starts and affectionate missives is the perfect time to announce our exciting new partnership with Reed Switchboard—an online forum for Reedies to connect with one another about jobs, housing, and other goods and services. Like Craigslist … finish reading We heart Reed Switchboard

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Strategic planning: preliminary reports

As you may recall, the college embarked on a comprehensive strategic-planning effort last fall. Those living nearby or who traveled to campus had opportunities to participate in strategic-planning discussions at Reunions ’13 and Leadership Summit in September 2013 in addition … finish reading Strategic planning: preliminary reports

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Thomas Lamb Eliot Award

What do Richard Danzig ’65, Barbara Ehrenreich ’63, and Gary Snyder ’51 have in common (other than being Reed College alumni)? They are the first three honorees of the college’s Thomas Lamb Eliot award (Danzig was the first recipient in … finish reading Thomas Lamb Eliot Award

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Free dorm lodging through February 1

It’s showtime! Reunions ’14: Reedfayre will be June 4–8. Join the audience of alumni as the curtain goes up on campus in its finest seasonal form: summer! We’re putting all of the acts together at a fayre for all Reedies, no matter your … finish reading Free dorm lodging through February 1

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The Marketplace at Reedfayre ’14

In the days of ancient Greece, you could head down to the market of Athens and purchase papyrus imported from Egypt, salt fish from Scythia, as well as the olive oil, figs, and wine that were ample throughout the city-states. … finish reading The Marketplace at Reedfayre ’14

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Travel to Russia and the Ukraine (postponed)

This trip has been postponed; please see new dates and info. The Reed Russian department and the alumni office are pleased to announce our 11th-annual East European tour, scheduled for April 26-May 11, 2014. This year we will include both … finish reading Travel to Russia and the Ukraine (postponed)

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Career event: 20s Looking at 30s with Don Asher ’83

Regrettably, this event has been canceled. Alumni are welcome to attend Don’s earlier program, “Cracking the Hidden Job Market,” at 10 a.m. in Psy 102. We are pleased to offer an exclusive opportunity to Portland area alumni: a free one-hour … finish reading Career event: 20s Looking at 30s with Don Asher ’83

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Focus group: beyond Reed

Leadership Summit Focus Group Report: Supporting Student Transitions/Life Beyond Reed In order to provide feedback to the ad hoc committee on strategic planning, a series of topical focus groups were conducted with alumni and parents who participated in the Leadership Summit … finish reading Focus group: beyond Reed

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Focus group: student success

Leadership Summit Focus Group Report: Supporting Student Success In order to provide feedback to the ad hoc committee on strategic planning, a series of topical focus groups were conducted with alumni and parents who participated in the Leadership Summit Weekend. Approximately … finish reading Focus group: student success

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