2003
 

Staff news

Mary Catherine King has been appointed vice president and dean of student services at Reed College. King came to Reed in 1994 as director of health services, was promoted to associate dean of student and health services in 1997, and served for seven months as acting vice president and dean of student services. She will continue to lead the team that supports health, residence life, physical education, career services, and safety on the Reed campus.

Crowfilm, a new documentary by audiovisual assistant Ted Davee, was accepted in some notable film festivals, including the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival—the “Sundance of documentary festivals”—the International Short Film Festival of Hamburg, and the Kansas City Filmmakers Jubilee. Crowfilm, featuring music by Davee and Jim Holmes, audiovisual technician at Reed, highlights the intelligence and complexity of the common crow and its society.

Meg Sattely, medical receptionist at Reed’s health center, and Bill Wiest, emeritus professor of psychology, traveled to Cuba this spring as members of the Portland First Unitarian Choir. The choir engaged in workshops with several Cuban choral groups, including the internationally known National Choral organization Entre Voces, and joined with other choirs in a concert at the Basilica San Francisco de Paula in Old Havana. End of Article

 

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