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Take a summer stroll around and through the buildings of Reed

The Reed campus sprawls over more than 100 acres with rolling lawns, brick Tudor Gothic buildings, huge trees, and a wild, wooded canyon. The first buildings on the grounds, which was previously Crystal Springs Farm, were completed in 1912. Recent years have brought a flurry of major building projects in support of academic programs and student life. New construction in the past seven years has added almost 30 percent more square footage, including three new residence halls and a campus center with a state-of-the-art auditorium. Construction began this summer on a new facility—the educational technology center, sited just east of the library. Several other buildings (as well as the canyon) are also benefiting from renovation, the latest being biology, the library, the sports center, and studio art. The result of all this activity is a pleasing and functional mix of traditional sensibility and 21st-century technology. For readers who haven’t visited campus in awhile, enjoy this visual meander around new (and Old) Reed . . . . End of Article

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