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* 1. How long have you had the June issue of Reed magazine? ("Deconstructing Wikipedia")

* 2. Reed magazine is published four times a year. How many of those issues do you read in a year?

* 3. How many minutes do you usually spend with each magazine?

* 4. What pieces or features did you read in this issue?

  Read it. Intend to read it. Didn't read it, don't intend to.
Editor's Letter
Eliot Circular
Overdose focuses attention on drug use
Three professors granted tenure
Centennial Campaign: From Light, Truth
Spellbound: Nancy Farmer, children's author
Sharpening skills at the DoJo
Deconstructing Wikipedia
Corals and Tsunami in Samoa
Apocrypha: Bouncing off the Walls

* 5. What pieces did you read in the Alumni section?

  Read it. Intend to read it. Didn't read it, don't intend to.
Empire of the Griffin [alumni chapter news]
Class Notes
In Memoriam
Country Doc Goes Back To Basics [Fred Matthies '49]
Cycling And Circumcision (Susan McLucas '73)
Comics and Economics (Yoram Bauman '95)

* 7. How compelling was the design of the cover? [Deconstructing Wikipedia]

* 8. We know Reedies hate grades, but how would you rate the most recent issue?

* 9. Which of the following subject areas would you like to see more often (or less often) in Reed magazine?

  More Less The same
What's going on around campus
Operations and development of the college
Profiles of alumni
Intellectually stimulating research by Reed professors
Reed history
Issues in higher education
Topical issues with a Reed connection
Class Notes

* 10. Were any pages missing from your copy of the magazine?

* 11. In general, how does the magazine affect your feelings about Reed?

* 12. In general, how does the magazine affect your enthusiasm for supporting Reed financially?

* 13. Do you have any comments about this issue or Reed magazine in general?