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Reed trustee emeritus Walter Mintz '50 dies.
Trustees; Development and Fundraising; Alumni, Individual; Economics Department
Obituary for Walter Mintz '50, a former chairman of the board, a trustee for 33 years, and a major supporter of the college.
Reedies on the artificial life trail. By Rachel Frerdericks '04.
Alumni, Individual; Technology; Sciences; Computing
Note about those also involved in the ProtoLife project: Reedies Nelson Minar '91; Mark Triant '05; Andy Buchanan '07; and Emily Parke '04.
Reflections on the balance of power. By Edward B. Segel.
Faculty, Individual; History Department
The Reed Professor of History and Humanities writes about diplomatic history and the recent politics of his Harvard professor, Henry Kissinger.
Reintroducing salmon into Reed Canyon. By Nathan Coutsoubos ’97
Canyon; Environmental Studies; Student Activities; Reed Lake; Environmental Studies;
Story about the work of student-run Reed College Green Board to improve the campus ecology and environmental practices that installed a fish box to raise fish eggs in order to repopulate the Reed Lake...
Rejali named Carnegie scholar.
Faculty, Individual; Awards; Teaching; Political Science Department
Story about the grant awarded Darius Rejali, associate professor of political science, and his work on torture and violence.
Reminiscences of Reed College. By George Alderson '63
2003 February 6
Campus; Canyon; Reed Lake; Campus Events; Campus Life; Wildlife; Birds; Woodstock Houses; Faculty, Individual; Students; Biology Department; Environmental Studies; Agriculture; Trees; Portland; Staff; Old Student Union; Botsford Auditorium; Greywood; Hauser Memorial Library; Psychology Building; Prexy; Swimming Pool - Outdoor; Music; Chapel Eliot Hall; Concerts; Gilbert and Sullivan; Performing Arts; HUAC – House UnAmerican Activities; Faculty; Anna Mann Dormitory; Cerf Amphitheatre; Foster-Scholz Dormitory - Cardboard Castle;
Reminiscences written by George Alderson '63 who grew up on campus from 1943 through 1963, when he was 2 years old through graduation from Reed. He roamed and campus and the neighborhood and makes observations...
Restoring the Canyon. By Matt Kelly
Canyon; Environmental Studies; Reed Lake; Student Activities; Canyon Day;
Note about the completion of an $850,000 restoration of the lower Canyon, made possible with donors like Laurel Wilkening '66, Michael Herz '58, and emeritus trustee John Gray.
Robert Kaplan named U.S. professor of the year.
Awards; Biology Department; Faculty, Individual; Teaching
Story about biology professor Robert Kaplan’s being awarded the U.S. professor of the year title by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
Schneiberg named to new John C. Pock Chair
2008 February [Winter]
Faculty, Individual; Sociology Department; Endowment;
Note about Marc Schneiberg's appointment as the first faculty member to hold the John C. Pock Chair; endowed by several of Pock's former students, the chair is especially for a faculty member with a specialty...
Science laboratory in Eliot, 1923
Laboratories; Sciences; Students in class; Teaching; Technology; Faculty; Eliot Hall; Academics;
Reed students and faculty member in a science laboratory in 1923. The lab was in the top floor of Eliot Hall and was probably a chemistry lab.
Science laboratory, 1999
Laboratories; Sciences; Students in class; Teaching; Technology; Faculty; Academics;
A student and faculty member in a science lab, 1999, a photograph taken by Rex Ziak.
Scrabble-rouser. By Johannah Raney Ladd '95.
Alumni, Individual; Games; Mathematics Department
Article about Dave Weigand '95 and his championship scrabble playing.
Seeing orange. By Alexandra Hrycak.
Faculty, Individual; Sociology Department; Politics
Essay on the author's experience and insights on the new democratic movement in the Ukraine which inform her research and teaching at Reed as a sociology professor.
Senior Derek Lyons wins Rhodes Scholarship.
Students; Awards; Biology Department
Note on Lyons' studies at Reed, numerous honors, thesis, and plans for his time at Oxford and for the future.
Senior nabs Fulbright. By Anna Mann
Scholarships; Students - Individual; Study Abroad; Sciences;
Essay about senior psychology major Marjorie Nicholson '10 who has won a Fulbright Fellowship for neurological research on alcohol addiction, to be carried out in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Sex, worms, and Darwin. By Chris Lydgate '90
Alumni, Individual; Biology Department; Sex; Sciences;
Essay about Patrick Phillips '86 who directs the Center for Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Oregon and studies the advantages of sexual replication, or outcrossing, over hermaphrodites...
Should we or shouldn't we? By Arthur Caplan.
Responses to a set of questions about artificial life by the author, director of the Center for Bioethnics at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.
Side by side: faculty and student collaborations in policy studies.
Awards; Economics Department; Faculty, Individual; Political Science Department; Student Activities
Description of three faculty/student partnerships in international and comparative policy studies supported by a William and Flora Hewlett Foundation grant to the college. The participants are political...
Silent film of Reed College campus scenes, from an original 16mm film by donald Krause '42, 1939-1942
Campus; Architecture; Eliot Hall; Old Dorm Block; Classes; Mathematics Department; Student Activities; Movies;
Silent film showing scenes from campus with students walking around, the Old Dorm Block and a fire engine putting out a small fire, and a classroom with F.L. Griffin teaching. The film was made by student...
Six faculty members receive tenure.
Faculty, Individual; Spanish Language Department; History Department; Political Science Department; Sociology Department; Anthropology Department
Announcements of tenure awards to Diego Alonso, Ariadna Garcia-Bryce, David Garrett, Paul Gronke, Alexandra Hrycak, and Rupert Stasch '91.
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