Reed students tend to be opinionated, outspoken, and inquisitive. What better place for them to critically question the world than radio? Reed has a long and storied history of radio personalities, from the quirky Dr. Demento (Barry Hansen ’63) to the news-oriented Arun Rath ’92, weekend host of NPR’s All Things Considered. What is it then about the siren call of radio that attracts so many Reedies? Is it the glamour of a dying medium? The narcissistic impulse to hear yourself on air? Or is it simply an excuse to ask people invasive questions, satisfy your own curiosity, and get paid for it?
Conference can sometimes make you want to pull your hair out from frustration. The Grail knows this feeling all too well, so we thought we’d provide a safe, relatively harm-free alternative. Now check off as many in a row as you can and don’t let Pancho see!