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Smoking Policy

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Preamble We, as a community, believe in the right of all members of the Reed College community and all visitors to campus to be able to conduct their affairs without unwillingly being exposed to second­hand smoke. The purpose of this policy is to express the need to protect this right while recognizing the individual freedom […]

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Senate Beat: New Animal Policy

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Senator Adrian Dannis ’14 introduced a new Animal Policy draft at the Senate meeting Tuesday that would allow Community Safety and Facilities to designate off-leash areas for dogs and expand current college policy to encompass non-canine support animals. The policy draft, in part a response to the changes regarding support animals the Justice Department made […]

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SaVE Act to Significantly Impact Adjudication of Sexual Assault Cases

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A change in Federal law, the introduction of the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination, or SaVE, Act will force the college to amend its Discriminatory Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Policy, adopted in September, and upend the current handling, adjudication, and disclosure of sexual misconduct cases at the college. The SaVE Act radically alters survivor confidentiality, could […]

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New Seasons Is Coming to Woodstock

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For Reedies unsatisfied with Safeway as a source of sustenance, New Seasons, the locally owned grocery store featuring organic and healthy foods, will soon make itself at home in the Woodstock community. Say goodbye to the Wood Pro Beauty Center, the Woodstock Wellness Center, and Putter’s Bar & Grill, because the New Seasons construction will […]

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