Reed Magazine December 2012

 
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1. How long have you had the September 2012 issue of Reed magazine? ("Logophilia")
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. Which features did you read in this issue?
Read it.Intend to read it.Didn't read it, don't intend to.
Why We Give (profiles of Reedies who support Reed)
Plugging into the Switchboard
Icons and Rollerblades (Reed Russia trip)
Community in Progress (diversity and inclusion)
Disappearing Trick (book on magic by Graham Jones ’97)
Hoodwinked (book on swindling by Amy Reading ’98)
How the West Lost Taiwan (book by Tonio Andrade ’92)
Snowbound (book by Peter Zuckerman ’03)
Battle of the Bard (analysis of Shakespearian punctuation by Jan Powell MALS ’86
The Uncharted Geography of Lena Lencek
Rediscovering Lloyd Reynolds
In Pursuit of Understanding (obit for Carol Creedon [psych 1957-91])
Attack of the Velocipedes (CHVNK)
5. What departments/sections did you read in this magazine?
Read it.Intend to read it.Didn't read it, don't intend to.
Editor's Letter
Letters
Eliot Circular
Empire of the Griffin
Class Notes
Reediana
In Memoriam
6. What article or section did you most enjoy in this issue of the magazine?
7. How compelling was the design of the cover?
8. We know Reedies hate grades, but how would you rate this issue?
9. Which of the following subject areas would you like to see more often (or less often) in Reed magazine?
MoreLessThe 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. What do you think of our new website?
14. What do you think of our Sallyportal blog? (Find it at www.reed.edu/reed_magazine/sallyportal )
15. Reed is now published quarterly. If we moved to a triannual schedule and funneled the time and resources thus saved back into our website, your response would be:
16. Please tell us your thoughts about this issue or Reed magazine in general.
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