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Jerome Peter Jerry Barta, 1922-2004.
Faculty, Individual; Physical Education; Athletics; Sports Center
Obituary for Jerry Barta, an instructor and then director in Reed's physical education department from 1956 to 1988.
Joe Beeman '58 -- a life in public service.
Note on the career of Josiah (Joe) Beeman '58, active in many political organizations and onetime Ambassador to New Zealand and Western Samoa.
John Gay's The Beggar's Opera program, 1962
Performing Arts; Theatre and Drama; Student Activities; Botsford Auditorium;
Program for the Reed Theatre presentation of John Gay's The Beggar's Opera in Botsford Auditorium on April 12-14, 1962. Directed by theatre director Seth Ulman, the music was conducted by James Kurtz,...
John Hancock, Professor of Chemistry, dies at 59
Chemistry Department; Faculty, Individual; Collegium Musicum; Music; Computing; Sciences;
Obituary for chemistry professor John Hancock touching on his areas of expertise in chemistry, his fascination with computers, and his involvement with the Collegium Musicum music group and early music....
John Leadley 1927-2005.
Faculty, Individual; Mathematics Department; Scholarships
Obituary for John Leadley, a math professor at Reed from 1956 to 1993; he was a mentor to many and established the John D. and Margaret A. Leadley Scholarship for women in math in 1994.
John M. Tomsich
Faculty, Individual; History Department
Obituary for John Tomsich, Cornelia Marvin Pierce Professor of American History and Institutions, emeritus, who taught American history at Reed from 1962 to 1999.
Jonathan Kozol to address graduating class.
Commencement; Literature; Volunteering; Teaching;
Note about the Commencement speaker, educator and author Kozel, chosen by the student-faculty Commencement Speaker Committee.
Kal Dudharkar dies: 28 years on Reed faculty
Faculty, Individual; Political Science Department; Politics;
Obituary for Kalesh Dudharkar, political science professor, who taught broadly in political science topics.
Kathleen Flannigan '62: visual endorphins.
Alumni, Individual; Art
Note about Flannigan who works in the arts to make learning opportunities for those with disabilities, herself having cerebral palsy.
Kenneth Edward Davis
Faculty, Individual; Physics Department; Gilbert and Sullivan; Scholarships
Obituary for long-time physics professor, Kenneth Davis, who taught at Reed from 1948 to 1980; many student tributes are included, and the Scholarship established by Ed Gion '59 and his wife in Davis's...
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.
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.
Kyogen poster, 1964
Performing Arts; Theatre and Drama; Student Activities; Students at Play; Calligraphy; Reynolds, Lloyd J. [1902-1978, 1929-1969 at Reed];
Poster for Kyogen, an evening of ancient Japanese comedy performed by the Nomura family of Tokyo, masters of the Rumi tradition, in February of 1964. The poster was by Lloyd J. Reynolds.
Language Lab, 1967
Laboratories; Academics; Division of Literature and Languages; Students in class; Technology;
Students in the Language Lab, 1967.
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...
Leaving a long legacy: four eminent Reed professors retire this year. By Dan Sadowsky.
Faculty, Individual; Teaching; Mathematics Department; Philosophy Department; Physics Department; Chinese Language Department
Overview of the teaching careers and lives of four long-term Reed faculty: Ray Mayer, William Peck, Robert Reynolds, and Charles Wu.
Leonard Schnitzer, former trustee, dies at 78.
Obituary of a Reed trustee from 1980 to 1986 who attended Reed and became a dentist and then a steel company executive.
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.
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