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Strategic Planning Open Forum Schedule

These forums are an opportunity for community members to provide input and ask questions related to the work of the various groups. An information piece will be available one week prior to each forum, and they will be posted on the strategic planning web pages at http://www.reed.edu/strategicplanning/index.html under “Documentation.”   Working Groups ABCG: Thursday, November […]

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Letter: Sustainability Committee Accepting Project Proposals

The Sustainability Committee is now accepting project proposals from environmentally minded members of the Reed community. Funding is available for initiatives designed to directly alter Reed’s resource consumption or waste output (i.e. garden projects, waste reduction schemes, infrastructure changes), or by helping foster a culture of sustainability at Reed (i.e. events, speakers, educational workshops). This […]

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Meet Your Renn Fayre Czars

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Second quarter has only just begun, but is it ever too early to be thinking about that Anthesteria at the end of the tunnel, the biggest party of the year? Certainly not for the people planning it. Juniors Marisa Barone, Lisa Frueh, Patrick Graham, and Jack Johnson are this year’s Renn Fayre Czars. Czar Johnson […]

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RKSK Welkomes New Komrades

Despite the recent Title IX komplaint, RKSK carried on with business, or kommunism, as usual. For those who missed the gaggle of naked Reedies hollering, “we have no name, we’re part of the kollective” akross kampus last Thursday, initiation was mayhem and spontaneous revelry that inkluded water balloons, flour, and what may have been lube. […]

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Reed Defines ADSAPR Position

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Last Thursday, the Honor Council and members of the working group of students, faculty, and staff met to talk about the priorities of the Assistant Dean of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response. The position is currently vacant and community feedback was solicited to compose a formal job description in an open forum in the Student […]

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Portland Video Game Developers Code Love

Imagine yourself in the following situation: It is 1995. You, a twenty-one year old college student, have been abroad for a year traversing Europe. You return from your trip to your cozy family home in Oregon, hoping to greet your mother, father, and younger sister despite the fact that it is a quarter past one […]

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Parties No Longer Permeate Ping Pong Place

The Ping-Pong Room, once known for its raucous metal and hardcore concerts, now rests quiet and underutilized. While students occasionally stop by between classes for a round or two of ping-pong, as it stands, the space scarcely retains its former glory. “For the last two or three years it’s been a really sedate room,” recalled […]

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For Cheese’s Sake: Cheese 110

Out of a funding poll riddled with spoofs less humorous than infinite cheese puns (anyone else feta-p?) Edamerged what some would call the dairy best: the Cheese Club, Reed’s first official Gruyèthering of cheese-cherishing Munsters. Organized by Emily Curtis, Justin Fishman, and Harrison Martin, the club convened for the first time in Winch last Wednesday […]

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Commons Dishes Disappear at Uncommon Rate

Since the end of September every commons dish sitting abandoned in the rain or hidden in the cupboard of a Birchwood has been eating into Reed College’s precious funds. Every year Bon Appetit covers $6000 worth of Commons dish theft before they begin charging Reed for the missing and damaged dishes. This year Commons dishes […]

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Two Freshmen Win $5,000 in Lottery

The odds proved very profitable for two freshman in the start of this fall semester. Last month, Freshman Jack Lent and his friend (who would like to remain anonymous) won $5,000 from a single Scratch-It lottery ticket bought at the 7-Eleven on 28th and Steele. At midnight on Sept. 11, Lent and several others bought […]

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