There are four issues a year, mailed in August, November, February,
and May published 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.
Director, Print and Web Communications
Nadine Fiedler '89,
Michael Teskey, Director of Alumni Relations
Robin Tovey '97, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations
Anderson McConaughy Design
design & construction
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
master of arts in liberal studies degrees.
Reed Online is made with recycled
||The Arabic “hukma al-sha’b” shown stylized on
the cover means Rule of the People, which is what this issue of Reed explores.
notes are now available on the alumni
pages. You can also update your address, submit a class
note, make a contribution to the college, and add your email
address to the new on-line email directory from our web site.
Information available on our web pages includes chapter events,
reunions information, photos of Old Reed, and
links to other administrative offices.
directory Our online directory lists Reed alumni email
addresses that have been added via our online address update
page (see above). This is a protected web site, and you will
be asked to enter your last name and Reed ID. Your ID number
can be found on your alumni association membership card or
on your address label from a Reed mailing.
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.