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Kenneth Hanson announces retirement
Faculty, Individual; Poetry; English Department; Teaching; Awards;
Notes about the retirement of professor of English Literature and Humanities Kenneth Hanson, his teaching, poetry, publications, and awards. Also mentioned is the background of the William R. Kenan, Jr....
Kenneth O. Hanson to be Kenan Professor
English Department; Faculty, Individual; Poetry; Endowment;
Article about the naming of Kenneth O. Hanson to a three-year appointment as the Kenan Professor of Humanities and Literature; Hanson has been teaching at Reed since 1954 and has published nine volumes...
Kenneth O. Hanson, 1922-2003.
Faculty, Individual; Poetry
Obituary for Kenan Professor of English and Humanities Hanson, who was a poet and printed several books.
Kozol calls for active role for young.
Commencement; Lecture; Awards; Students
Article about Commencement, speaker Kozol's words, class size, and the many awards, prizes, and honors earned by these seniors.
KRRC: the (barely audible) radio voice of Reed College. By Patti MacRae '71.
Radio; KRRC; Student Activities
Article on Reed's own radio station, KRRC, its history and the students who run it.
Law shall build the land. By Phil Stanford.
Article about Hans Linde '47, his experiences at Reed and his important judicial career as a clerk in the Supreme Court, legal advisor in the State Department, as a lawyer, and then as a judge and legal...
Leslie Hamilton Squier, 1917-96.
Faculty, Individual; Psychology Department ;
Obituary and tribute for professor of psychology and dean of students Leslie Squier, husband of Anne Wood Squier ’60.
Letter from Lloyd Reynolds to Philip Whalen, 1959
Reynolds, Lloyd J. [1902-1978, 1929-1969 at Reed]; Whalen, Philip [1923-2002]; Calligraphy; Beat Poets; Faculty, Individual;
Letter from art professor Lloyd Reynolds to friend and thesis advisee Philip Whalen on the eve of the Reynolds' trip to England and Italy, dated October 29, 1959.
Life of learning. By Marnie McPhee
Sciences; Biology Department; Faculty, Individual
Article on Helen Stafford, professor emerita in biology, her teaching, her many publications, and her research in plant physiology and enzymes.
Listening to Indians by Robert E. Moore '82
Faculty, Individual; Anthropology Department; Teaching; Thesis
Article by the literary executor of the papers of David and Kay French, Reed anthropologists, who set up a research program at the Warm Springs Indian Reservation from 1950 to 1956 in which many students...
Live|Work Space by Stephanie Snyder '91
Faculty, Individual; Teaching; Classes; Anthropology Department
Essay about David and Kay French's basement research/classroom where they and many students met to discuss findings and to carry out research in their library and their field notes.
Lloyd B. Williams, 1913-2000
Trustees; Koblik, Steven [1941- , 1992-2001 at Reed]; Cooley Memorial Art Gallery
Obituary for Lloyd B. Williams '35 and prefessor emeritus of mathematics from 1947 through 1980.
Looking back: Reed alumni remember their teacher
Alumni, Individual; Faculty, Individual; Teaching
Compilation of nine students' memories of their favorite teachers: Priscilla Watson Laws '61 on Ken Davis, Howard Rheingold '68 on Jack Dudman, Dell Hymes '50, Susan Strasser '69 on David Allmendinger,...
Lorca's Bodas de Sangre program, ca. 1945-1946
Performing Arts; Theatre and Drama; Student Activities; Reynolds, Lloyd J. [1902-1978, 1929-1969 at Reed];
Program for the Reed College Players' presentation of Garcia Lorca's Bodas de Sangre, probably in 1945 or 1946. The director was Marie Churchill and the settings were by Curtiss Cowan '48; the make-up...
Lost found by John Suiter
Snyder, Gary [1930- ]; Alumni, Individual; Beat Poets; Poetry
Article about the recording of Gary Snyder's poetry reading on February 14, 1956, which was copied by Steven Halpern '85 and given to the archives; it replaces the missing Tape 1 that pairs with Allen...
Love stories. By Rebecca Koffman.
Romance; Alumni, Individual
Article about seven couples who married after Reed: James Kahan '64 and Kathia Naumann Emery '67; Ian McCullough '94 and Carol Edwards McCullough '96; William Ure '57 and Julie MacElwee Antelman '56; Sheldon...
MacNaughton Dormitory, February 1957
Campus Events; Dormitories; Dormitory Life; MacNaughton Dormitory; Music; Students at play;
Open House for the New Women's Dormitory, later renamed MacNaughton Dormitory, February 1957. There is a band in the right corner with a piano, saxophone, clarinet and drum.
Making visual sense: seven alumni artists. By Nadine Fiedler '89
Alumni, Individual; Art; Art Department
Notes about 7 alumni artists: Melinda Hunt '81, Loren Madsen '65, David Curt Morris '67, Robert Morris '58, David Reed '68, Laurie Reid '86, Arne Westerman '48.
Marianne Gold Littman, 1907-99.
Faculty, Individual; Art; Teaching
Obituary for Littman, an artist in residence at Reed from 19443 to 1954, whose figurative sculptures were widely exhibited.
Marsh Cronyn tries to put hydrogen in its place.
Faculty, Individual; Chemistry Department
Article about professor emeritus of chemistry, Marsh Cronyn '40, and his work and writing after retirement.
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