Reed is fundamentally a chronicle of ideas. We write about new developments in science, technology, art, history, the humanities, and education. We also profile the individuals who are animated by these ideas--and who in turn are shaping the world in which we live.
From the philosophical implications of Nicaraguan sign-language to the neuroscience of memory, from the politics of torture to the moons of Saturn, Reed provides a front-row seat to the world's most pressing and profound intellectual debates. We also feature essays, letters, and news about Reed College, alumni, professors, and students.
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