May
Cover: May 2001


Reed Magazine

email:
reed.magazine
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Published six times each year (as quarterly magazine, annual report of donors, and as catalog) in February, May, July, August, October, and November by Reed College, 3203 SE Woodstock Blvd., Portland Oregon 97202-8199; 503/777-7591; fax, 503/777-7595.

Reed is distributed free of charge to its alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and friends.
   
Editor: Paula Barclay,
Director of Publications
Assistant Editor: Nadine Fiedler '89,
Assistant Director, News & Publications
 
Alumni News: Marianne Brogan '84, Director of Alumni Relations, and
Jessica Saxton, Assistant
Director of Alumni Relations;

Class Notes:
Patti MacRae '71
 
Print Design:
Anderson McConaughy Design

Web Design & Construction:
Fred Lifton
 
Founded in 1908, Reed College is a non-profit educational institution incorporated as the Reed Institute, named in honor of Portland pioneers Simeon and Amanda Reed. Reed is a private, independent, nonsectarian, four-year college of liberal arts and sciences. It has an enrollment
of approximately 1,300 students and awards the bachelor of arts and the
master of arts in liberal studies degrees.

Reed Online is made with recycled electrons.

Starting with this issue, the web version of REED has a new format. You can click the links below for abridged versions of the features and columns. To read the full-length magazine in it's original form, download the download a .pdf file of Reed Magazine

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Features
1. JOSÉ BROWN:ARTE POVERA
Memories of a dancer
 

 

2. MAKING VISUAL SENSE
Seven alumni artists and their work
   
3. RAW DEAL
Reed Arts Weekend and how it involves students
 

 

4. JUST ASK!
Students learn what goes into an art exhibition
 

 

5. UNLEASHING THE IMAGINATION
A longtime member of the Collegium Musicum reminisces
 

 

6. BERKVAN AND GILCRIST RETIRE
Two beloved professors will soon leave the faculty
Departments
    NEWS OF THE COLLEGE
     
    NEWS OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
     
    LETTERS
     
    END NOTE

     

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The contents of this magazine are selected to stimulate thought and discussion, to demonstrate the range of opinion and activities prevalent at Reed College and in its broader community, and to provide news about the college and its alumni and friends.