Reed on Reddit →
Doesn’t seem to be super active.
Anonymous asked: What should I top six?
Hot turkey sandwich day lives on.
That awkward moment
when you’re the only one in your friend group who doesn’t own a pair of Reed sweatpants.
Anonymous asked: I don't understand why people are so mean to you :(
Anonymous asked: No one cares.
Anonymous asked: How was your day?
Anonymous asked: I just asked unofficialreed this question, but in case you can respond sooner: are year-long classes at Reed (eg language classes) calculated in your 1st semester GPA? Since they're technically incomplete I wasn't sure if they're only added at the end of the year. I know GPA is besides the point at Reed, unless you're completely failing out, but I really need to figure this...
That awkward moment when
you try to figure out what the fuck is up with that calories station in commons for lunch and if it means there aren’t anymore hot turkey sandwiches.
Olde Reed: File under "Some things never change" →
oldereed: There was no dress code at Reed. You could wear any kind of crazy clothes you wanted, including shorts to class, which most other schools prohibited. There were a couple of very unusual fellows on campus. One of them thought of himself as the young Mozart, and he dressed up frequently in what he… I saw some people wearing shorts today and I thought, “you crazy. you must...
Anonymous asked: What's the deal with the guy who sells the books in front of the SU?
Anonymous asked: Does Reed offer undergraduate courses during the summer?
That awkward moment when...
you see another Reedie at the airport and can’t decide if you know them well enough to split a cab.
Anonymous asked: How quickly does the financial aid office process refunds for students? Is there typically a long wait to receive the money for living expenses?
Anonymous asked: How's your break been?
Patua Letters →
Patua Letters is a translation review edited by current Reedie Roland Wu. It complies translated letters, poems, short stories, historical texts, among other things from a wide range of countries. The translations are mostly done by current and former Reedies (students, alumni, professors, ex-professors). From what I know the website is still “under construction” and currently only has...