Themes

Academics

Classes, majors, programs, departments—the stuff that students and professors do together.

 


Alumni

Profiles and projects related to Reed grads

Awards & Achievements

Prizes, honors, and exalted accomplishments

Books, Film, Music

Our professors and alumni are a creative lot. See reviews of their work.

Business, Entrepreneurship, Innovation

Anything to do with business, entrepreneurship, and innovation.

Campus Life

Get a feel for life at Reed.

Cool Projects

Mutant velocipedes. Gargantuan hamster wheels. New musical instruments. Immense works of art.

Diversity/Inclusion

Diversity, inclusion, social justice, and related subjects.

Editor's Picks

Check out some of our most intriguing articles, hand-selected by the editor.

Environment

Environmental studies, green science.

Financial Aid

Paying for a Reed education.

Giving Back to Reed

How philanthropy makes Reed possible.

Health/Wellness

Public health, medicine, the healing arts. Also the care and feeding of the Reed student.

Institutional

The nuts and bolts of how an institution such as Reed actually functions.

International

The world is your oyster.

Letters from the Editor

There’s a lunatic who has somehow taken over the asylum…

Life Beyond Reed

Careers, jobs, internships, and tales of Reedies conspiring to take over the world.

Obituaries

We remember the lives they led—our classmates, our professors, and our friends.

Object of Study

Our series examining things that Reed students study.

Performing Arts

Theatre. Music. Dance. Sound. Light. Movement. Multimedia escapades.

Professors

Meet the amazing teacher-scholars who guide Reed’s academic mission.

Reed History

The Doyle Owl. The MG buried under the library. The true story of Amanda Reed’s will. You’ll find it all here.

Research

Reedies stand at the forefront of many fields of human knowledge, from anthropology to zoology.

Service

Projects and profiles of Reedies who serve their community.

Sports & Adventures

Summiting Mount Adams. Playing rugby in prom dresses. We’ve got your back.

Students

Protean creatures, capable of assuming many forms. Often spotted near breathtaking art projects, outlandish experiments, and the library.

The Reed Thesis

The capstone project for every Reed senior.

What is a Reedie?

Every year, we interview a dozen graduating seniors and ask them about their classes, their thesis, and their time at Reed. You’ll be surprised by some of their answers.