Molly Reed

Name: Molly Reed
Position: Print Managing Specials Editor
Graduation Year: 2008
Molly is a conspiracy theorist who thinks the world is flat, the president is a robot, and "french" is a made-up language, created on a whim by her teacher. She lives in the middle of nowhere and enjoys raising barns, growing turnips and feeding her chickens at her lovely home in Brookeville. She is also a Magnet junior who finds it awfully dreadful to be cliche.

Stories (2)

Warming up to clean energy

By Molly Reed | Feb. 3, 2007, midnight | In Op/Ed »

The average American generates about one and a half tons of solid waste per year, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. But that figure pales in comparison to the five tons of carbon dioxide emissions each person produces annually through their daily actions and activities, as estimated by the Earth Policy Institute.

"School for Scoundrels" flunks the test

By Molly Reed | Oct. 5, 2006, midnight | In Movies »

What do you get when you take all the geekiness out of Napoleon Dynamite? You get a dull, uninteresting character that fails to make even preteen girls giggle and swoon because of his odd protruding teeth and squinty eyes. You get a movie that lacks humor while being as romantic as a blind date with Michael Jackson. You get, quite simply, "School for Scoundrels."