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Biology Building, 1959
Architecture; Architects; Biology Building; Biology Department; Buildings; Griffin, Lawrence Edmonds [1920-1945 at Reed]; Campus; Sciences;
The new Biology Building from the southeast, October 3, 1959; architectswere Skidmore, Owings Merrill. The building opened in 1959 and was later remodeled when the physics building was built in 1966, which...
Biology Department Curriculum History
Biology Department; Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences; Curriculum; Academics; Teaching; Faculty; Classes; Sciences;
Brief overview of the origin and development of the Anthropology Department at Reed, including a listing of representative classes and a few long-term faculty.
Biology lab, 1926
Students in Class; Biology Department; Eliot Hall; Sciences; Laboratories
Two students in the biology lab in Eliot Hall using microscopes with a fumehood shown nearby, 1926.
Bitter harvest. By Greg Coyle.
Alumni, Individual; Anthropology Department; Politics
Essay about the research and writing of Katherine Verdery '70, a professor of anthropology at the University of Michigan who studies the peasants and conditions inAurel Vlaicu, Romania, where the change...
Black Student Union demonstration with Jack Dudman, 1968
Black Student Union; Black Studies Program; Student Protests; Faculty; Eliot Hall; Campus Events; Political Movements; Politics;
Black Student Union protest in Eliot Hall, 1968. A student is standing with Reed Faculty member and Dean of Students, John (Jack) Dudman, class of 1942, inside the front door.
Black Student Union takeover of Eliot Hall, 1968
Black Student Union; Black Studies Program; Eliot Hall; Student Activities; Student Protests; Demonstrations; Administration; Politics; Student Government
Members of the Black Student Union in sleeping bags in Eliot Hall during the BSU takeover of the administrative offices in 1968.
Black Studies Demonstration at Trustee's Office, 1969
Black Studies Program; Black Student Union; Student Protests; Trustees; Presidents; Rosenblum, Victor G. [1925-2006, 1968-1970 at Reed]; Students - Individual;
Reed students occupying the office of Reed Trustee Rudi Wilhelm, class of 1937, on February 27, 1969. Reed President Victor Rosenblum is sitting on Wilhelm's desk, with Wilhelm visible in the background....
Black Studies Demonstration in front of Eliot Hall, 1968
Black Studies Program; Black Student Union; Student Protests; Politics; Race; Campus Events; Eliot Hall; Student Activities;
Students protesting the lack of a Black Studies Program at Reed, 1968. They are carrying placards and circling the front entrance of Eliot Hall, photographed from an upper floor of Eliot.
Black Studies Demonstration, Eliot Hall 1968
Black Student Union; Black Studies Program; Political Movements; Politics; Student Protests; Eliot Hall; Civil Rights; Campus Events;
Students demonstraters holding signs marching in a circle in front of the main entrance to Eliot Hall, 1968. They are protesting the lack of a Black Studies Department at Reed College.
Black Studies Program Curriculum History
Black Studies Program; Black Student Union; Curriculum; Academics; Teaching; Classes; Faculty; Diversity;
Brief overview of the origin and development of the Black Studies Program at Reed, including a listing of representative classes and a few long-term faculty.
Bookmarks: Private life and public life: the new hsitory and the old. By Raymond F. Kierstead
Books; History Department; Literature; Faculty, Individual;
Article by history professor Kierstead on recommended books relevant to the history of the family and its development from the Medieval period forward, and about the debate over the new social and cultural...
Bookmarks: the paradoxical features of cosmology, radio, chess, and Professor Moriarty by Richard E. Crandall '69
Alumni, Individual; Computers; Computing; Physics Department; Chess; Books; Faculty, Individual;
Article about recommended books on intriguing physical topics by physics professor Crandall, and specifically on the cosmos, radio, chess, and a paradox about Professor Moriarity.
Breaking depression's icy grip
Alumni, Individual; Awards; Convocation; Chemistry Department
Notes about the awarding of the Vollum Award for Distinguished Accomplishment I Sciene and Technology at Convocation to Kenneth Koe '45, who helped develop Zoloft at Pfizer.
Buehler, Carr, Kapsch retire.
Faculty, Individual; Mathematics Department; Theatre Department; Dance Department; Political Science Department
Notes on three retiring faculty members: Joe Buhler '72, a leader in computational algebraic number theory and juggler of the math department (1980-2005); Cara Carr, the director of costuming and design...
Building the perfect hedgehog. By Craig Lambert
Alumni, Individual; Biology Department;
Essay on Doros Platika ’75, now president and CEO of Ontogeny, Inc., a biotechnology company in Cambridge, Massachusetts, working on developmental biology and the differentiation of cells, particularly...
Campus construction continues. By Towny Angell
Campus; Buildings; Biology Building; Studio Art Building; Hauser Memorial Library; Sports Center; Educational Technology Center; Prexy; Canyon; Track and Field
Notes about the construction on campus.
Capturing infiniity. By Thomas Wieting
Graphic Design; Art; Faculty, Individual; Mathematics Department;
Article by Reed mathematics professor Thomas Wieting about M. C. Escher and his amazing and mind-bending art in The Circle Limited Series of designs. Wieting analyzes the underlying design construct for...
Careful balance. By Jennifer Wilson.
Alumni, Individual; Chemistry Department
Article about Dr. Jonathan Bates '67, chief executive officer of Arkansas Children's Hospital, about the cost of medicine and provision of appropriate care.
Carl Mantle Stevens '42.
Economics Department; Faculty, Individual; Alumni, Individual; Teaching
Obituary for Carl Stevens '42, economics professor for 36 years.
Carl Stevens and his wife, Janice, have implemented an innovative family-planning program in India. By Martha Ullman West
Women's Issues; Faculty, Individual; Economics Department; Alumni, Individual; Medicine;
Article about the family-planning program co-directed by economics professor, Carl Stevens '42, and his doctor wife in Ammanpettai, India.
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