In a measure to cut expenses but not trees, Reed will no longer produce and mail an annual paper calendar. “We loved doing the calendar,” said Jennifer Bates, director of public affairs. “But more and more people keep track of their appointments electronically, and printing costs continue to rise.”
Reed lovers need not despair, however: a dazzling array of tchotchkes can still be found at the Reed bookstore.
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