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News and Events
Reunions '14: Reedfayre will be June 4-8. Join the audience of alumni as the curtain goes up on campus in its finest seasonal form: summer! We're putting all of the acts together at a fayre for all Reedies, no matter your affinity year. Find out more or register online today!
Our travel-study program exists to provide opportunities for alumni, parents, and friends of the college to explore ideas via small-group travel to domestic and international destinations and to encounter people, places, and issues that serve as an extension of the Reed curriculum. The overall program strives to achieve a balance in the range of sponsored experiences such that people feel that there is always a program that is accessible to them and aims to bring members of the Reed community together in a way that also supports the mission of the college.
Catalyzed by the overwhelming community and alumni response to the exhibition "Lloyd Reynolds, A Life of Forms in Art" (curated by Gay Walker ’69 and Stephanie Snyder ’91) the Cooley Gallery is offering weekly extracurricular calligraphy instruction and practice for all interested Reed students, staff, faculty, and alumni. Scriptorium is organized by Gregory MacNaughton ’89, education outreach and calligraphy-initiative coordinator of the Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery. Founded by Cooley Director Stephanie Snyder '91, the calligraphy initiative was made by possible by a generous donation in honor of Lloyd J. Reynolds. No previous experience necessary and materials will be provided. Please contact Gregory at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Also, check out our scriptorium Tumblr!
No previous experience necessary. Materials provided.
Classes are on Thursdays, 9-11 a.m. in Vollum 134 and 6–8 p.m. in Psychology 102 & 103. Please join us!