News of the College NovemberNovember2005

College honors president
who helped build today’s Reed

Governor showcases canyon

Planning the future campus

Seven new tenure-track faculty


Seven profs tenured and promoted

Long-serving trustee retires

Vollum Award honors Linux creator

canyon image

Coming soon to a mailbox near you,
the Reed canyon wall calendar

“When the dense growth of trees and shrubs have been thinned, when watercourses have been cleared and pools have been formed, the ravine will be more useful for scientific purposes as well as more attractive for students and visitors,” wrote President Coleman in the 1932 Reed College Bulletin. His vision, and that of so many others, is still being realized in the 26-acre watershed known as the Reed canyon. Prepare your senses for a superb journey through the canyon in 2006, with images past and present, and lessons in history and nature as well.