2003

Lets do the numbers for Reunions 2003

Thank you, reunions volunteers! Thank you to our 2003 reunions committee members who worked so hard to design fun and interesting programs for their classmates. We could not have done it without you!

Barry Brownell ’43 and associate director of major gifts Ann Smolowe.

 

Members of the class of 1993

 

Outgoing alumni association president Pat
Pruyne ’83 visits with Colin and Joan Diver

 

705 alumni registered (though we know some of you lurked)
500 kazoos at the all-class parade (or enough to create a cacophony)
413 attended the calligraphy reunion honoring the legacy of Lloyd Reynolds and Robert Palladino
201 stayed in the dorms (1 TV ordered, 1 wake-up call ordered)
98 degrees as record temperature for June 5 in Portland
94 classmates and guests attended the class of ’83 dinner
47 scholars at Alumni College
35 years since Laura & the Vipers had played the SU as students
30 fans available to cool the campus
17 minutes worth of shock and awe, compliments of reunions fireworks
13 kids constantly in line for the bouncy slide
Robert Palladino gave a demonstration at the calligraphy reunion.

11 locations for class dinners with varying levels of air conditioning
7 buildings on “New Reed” campus tour of major construction and renovations in the last two decades
6 kegs of beer consumed (4 of “Olde Reed 1800” by Hair of the Dog)
5 simultaneous art exhibitions
4 flavors of sno-cones during the Saturday afternoon carnival
3 takes to get one enormous group photo shot from the roof of the SU
2 chances to hear Dr. Demento spin tales, and tunes, or both
1 magical weekend enjoyed by all!
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Reed Magazine February

2003
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