New "ORGY" members


Reed welcomes first-year students who are new members of ORGY, Offspring of Reed Generations of Yesteryear. BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Meghan VanLeuwen, Sarah Ross. MIDDLE ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Michelle Poyourow, Dylan Madenski, Gavin Kentch, Kristin Coan, Maren Middleton. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dylan Stone, Robert Bothwell, Alison Gilman, Nadia Fay, Caroline Hurley. FOREGROUND, LEFT TO RIGHT: Margaret Konkol, Rachel Kanouse, Samantha Bates, Skye Drenguis.


FELLOWSHIPSAVAILABLE TO FUTURE TEACHERS

Are you a Reed graduate who is either teaching U.S. government to high school students or wants to do so? If so, you may be eligible for a James Madison Memorial Fellowship. The fellowship, up to $24,000 to cover the costs of tuition, fees, books and housing, will be awarded to college seniors and graduates who intend to become secondary school teachers of American history, government, and social studies.

For more information, send email to Laura Arnold, assistant professor of English and humanities at Reed (laura.arnold@reed.edu), or call or write the James Madison Fellowship Program, P.O. Box 4030, Iowa City IA 52243-4030; 800/525-6928. Applications are due March 1, 2000.


Donald Steinberg '74 missed his 25th reunion in June, but he had a good excuse. He writes, "I had to travel at the last minute to Macedonia, Albania, and Kosovo as President Clinton's special representative for humanitarian demining. While there I went to many refugee camps to launch mine awareness programs and educate refugees on what they were likely to encounter when they went home." Steinberg is shown here at a refugee camp near the Kosovo-Macedonia border, with Tehnaz Dastoor, the UNICEF director for landmines.



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