News of the College February 2004


Trolley barns update

Mary Winch dies at 96

Faculty news

Ringle honored with EDUCAUSE
leadership award

Marsh Cronyn tries to put hydrogen in its place


Owen Ulph, 1914–2003

Former professor Pierre Weisz dies

Vincenz Panny dies

Kenneth O. Hanson, 1922–2003

Summer research program wins support

crossword graphicLet’s see: Oregon college,
four letters. . . .

The New York Times crossword puzzle for October 25, 2003, asked solvers for an “Oregon college” for 11 down, four letters. The solution was, of course, Reed. Reed has been a Times crossword puzzle answer several times in the past few years.

Reed debaters hold forth

Reed’s student debate team is #10 in the nation, according to rankings issued by the National Parliamentary Debate Association. All of the schools ahead of Reed have larger squads and a long history of participation in debate—and Reed’s team has been in existence for only two years. Individual team members have received over 10 awards this semester, including Torrey Shineman, who won the first place award in novice debate at two tournaments, and Misha Isaak, who received the top prize in impromptu speaking. End of Article

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Reed Magazine February 2004 2004
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