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Henrik Ibsen's Peer Gynt program, 1961
1961 November 15, 16, 18
Performing Arts; Theatre and Drama; Student Activities; Botsford Auditorium;
Program for the Reed College Theatre's presentation of Henrik Ibsen's Peer Gynt in the Botsford Auditorium, in November of 1961. Directed by Seth Ulman, the music was by Carole Smith Taylor '65 and the...
History professor John Tomsich retires from Reed. By Edward Segel.
Faculty, Individual; History Department; Teaching
Note on the retirement of John Tomsich, at Reed from 1962 and author of an American history classic, A Genteel Endeavor. Tomsich, an admired lecturer in Humanities 210 and 220, expanded his interests into...
Human Chess Game at the first Renaissance Fair, later Renn Fayre, 1968
Student Activities; Renn Fayre; Faculty, Groups and Activities; Great Lawn; Traditions; Students at Play
Image of the human chess game between faculty and students held on the Great Lawn in front of Eliot Hall at the first Renaissance Fair in May of 1968. Players are in costume and professor John Hancock...
Human chess game, Renaissance Fair, 1969
Renn Fayre; Traditions; Students at Play; Student Activities; Campus Events; Students - Individual;
Picture of Gerard LaSalle '70 dressed for the human chess game at the second Renaissance Fair, later Renn Fayre, 1969. Allen Otsuka '69 holds the chess board.
Icons and Rollerblades. By Brad Wright '61
Alumni, Individual; Architecture; Russian Language Department;
Article about the sights and sounds experienced on the 2012 Reed Russian tour by participant Brad Wright '61 accompanied by his wife Rozelle Wright '61 and led by Judson Rosengrant (Russian faculty 1979-1990)....
In memoriam: Dell Hathaway Hymes '50
Alumni, Individual; Linguistics; Anthropology Department; Teaching;
Obituary for Dell Hymes '50 who was an anthropologist and linguist whose theory of language influenced generations of scholars and who played a key role in the development of sociolinguistics and ethnopoetics....
In Memoriam: Helen A. Stafford [biology 1954-87]
Faculty, Individual; Biology Department; Teaching; Laboratories; Students;
Obituary for biology professor Helen Stafford, who, as one of the early women in the field, was instrumental in making significant changes at Reed. She published over 70 articles, won a Guggenheim Fellowship,...
In Memoriam: Howard Eliot Wolpe '60
Alumni, Individual; Politics; Race;
Obituary for Howard Wolpe '60, congressman, diplomat, professor, and author of the landmark piece of legislation that was a positive force in resolving the apartheid situation in South Africa.
In Memoriam: Organization Man: John C. Pock
Faculty, Individual; Sociology Department; Teaching;
Obituary for John C. Pock, sociology professor 1955-1998 who was much-celebrated by his past students and appreciated as one of the most influential teachers at Reed.
In Memoriam: The Maestro: Herb Gladstone. By John Vergin '78
Faculty, Individual; Gilbert and Sullivan; Music; Chorus; Concerts; Music Department; Teaching; Performing Arts Building; Students in Class; Presidents;
Obituary for music professor Herb Gladstone (1946-1980), his life and manner of bringing music alive for the campus, his deep involvement in The New Savoy company and Gilbert and Sullivan presentations,...
In Memoriam: The Pursuit of Understanding: Carol Creedon [psychology 1957-91]. By Lauren Rusk '80
Faculty, Individual; Psychology Department; Teaching; Alumni, Individual;
Obituary for Creedon, a long-term and well-liked psychology professor with tributes by many students, faculty, and friends.
In memory of former staff members.
Staff; MAT Program (Master of Arts in Teaching) ; Dormitories; Administration
Obituaries for four former staff members: Judy (Fannie) Zuck, Hazel Nye, Delores Steffen, and Mable Miller.
Inscribed in stone. By Robert J. Palladino
Calligraphy; Eliot Hall; Reynolds, Lloyd J. [1902-1978, 1929-1969 at Reed]; Old Dorm Block;
Article by Reed's retired calligraphy teacher about the Roman majuscules, based on the Trajan Column capitals, used to carve the names on Eliot Hall and the Old Dorm Block by Father Edward M. Catich in...
Interpreting the law. By Martha Gies
2009 November [Winter]
Article about Connie Emerson Crooker '69 who has helped to change the legal landscape for non-English speaking people, particularly hispanics; she has been a lawyer and teacher in this field for 32 years...
Interview with Mrs. Cheryl Scholz MacNaughton by Dorothy O. Johansen
Administration; Student Activities; MacNaughton, Cheryl Scholz [1925-1943 at Reed]; MacNaughton, Ernest Boyd [1880-1960]; Scholz, Richard Frederick [1872-1924, 1921-1924 as Reed President];
Cheryl Scholz MacNaughton was a central figure in the history of Reed College having been the wife of Richard Scholz, Reed’s second president 1921-1924, then dean of women 1924-1943, instructor in history...
Into the limelight. By Johanna Droubay '04.
Performing Arts; Theatre and Drama; Music; Dance Department; Theatre Department; Music Department; Faculty, Individual; Alumni, Individual; Student Activities; Concerts; Prexy; Theatre Building; Diver, Colin S. [1943- , 2002-2012 as Reed President]
Article about the performing arts at Reed, their history, previous efforts to build a combined center, and various views of faculty, staff, and students including professors Kathleen Worley, Roger Porter,...
It takes special friends.
Hauser Memorial Library; Development and Fundraising; Buildings; Staff; Donors; Finances;
Note about the donations that have supported the Reed library and its collections over the last 50 years.
Italic Handwriting by Lloyd J. Reynolds
1969 July 25
Calligraphy; Reynolds, Lloyd J. [1902-1978, 1929-1969 at Reed]; Teaching; Classes; Oregon; Portland;
Article written by art professor Lloyd J. Reynolds upon his retirement about the teaching of the italic handwriting
Italic Lettering, Calligraphy Handwriting: Completely Revised Handbook by Lloyd J. Reynolds, 1963
Reynolds, Lloyd J. [1902-1978, 1929-1969 at Reed]; Calligraphy; Teaching; Faculty, Individual;
This revised Italic lettering exercise book by art professor Lloyd J. Reynolds can be stood up to aid the student in copying out the letter-forms. This edition contains an introduction to the art teacher...
Jack Scrivens retires after 38 years at Reed.
Physical Education; Steinberger, Peter J. [1948- ]; Staff; Sports Center
Note on the retirement of Jack Scrivens, chair of the physical education department and a faculty member since 1961, on the faculty resolution, and on the new Jack Scrivens Courts for squash and handball...
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