reedienews:

Our Rose Festival float was on TV! Love how lead instigator Rob Mack ‘93 is wearing his Nitrogen Day t-shirt.

(You can see the great griffin unveiled at Reunions ‘12: Reedfayre: http://reedfayre.reed.edu/ )


oldereed:

This is what Stop Making Sense used to look like.

Olde Reed was classy.

oldereed:

This is what Stop Making Sense used to look like.

Olde Reed was classy.


That Awkward Moment When

It’s nearly a month after Renn Fayre and glitter falls from your head at a dinner with your semi-conservative extended family.


Q
The Outhouse Dorm. Could You Please Enlighten Me On The Reality Of This Dorm Community? All Of The Information Worth Knowing About It? XXOxOxXO
Anonymous
A

Outhaus is a theme dorm that was located in the bottom floor of Naito this year. Not sure where it will be next year. Outhaus considers itself a community more than a dorm and they are specifically interested in outdoor activities. It has been referred to as “a part frat, part family and never, ever boring.” 

That’s all I’ve got for you on the Outhaus. If it sounds interesting you can email the theme coordinators. Anything else I could add at this point would just be conjecture or creative writing.


Congratulations to the class of 2012. You looked great out there today! 


Hello

This Tumblr has been handed down to me and lives on. You should continue with your day as was planned. 


Goodbye

This is my last post, I’m handing this tumblr off to someone else. Thanks to all of you who’ve supported the blog, and I look forward to seeing it grow. I’ll keep this brief and steal part of my acknowledgments:

I would like to thank all of the friends I have made at Reed over the past four years, all of who made it more than a bearable experience. They have all helped make Reed feel like home. I will miss you all. As Eeyore said, “Well, good-bye. And thank you for happening to pass me.“ 

Represent Reed well in the real world. 


That awkward moment when you

turn in your last paper ever. 



Q
What are you going to miss most about Reed when you graduate?
Anonymous
A

People. I’m pretty confident that I’ll be able to stay in touch with my close friends, but there’s a couple of people that I doubt I’ll talk to/see again after I leave Portland. I’m pretty bummed out about it. Major bummer.