Our obsession with the written word has never been stronger.
Presenting a brief and idiosyncratic selection of Reed authors through history.
Anthropologist Graham Jones ’97 reveals how magicians guard their craft in the internet age.
Historian Amy Reading ’98 recounts a provocative tale of chicanery and vengeance.
Peter Zuckerman ’03 and the sherpas who survived K2.
Tonio Andrade ’92 examines China’s first great military victory over the West.
Jan Powell MALS ’86 says literary editors have diluted Shakespeare’s fury.
Professor Lena Lenček on Chekhov, Odysseus, and Swimsuits.
A long-lost calligraphy manual of Lloyd Reynolds is finally published.
Diversity and Inclusion at Reed
Reed Switchboard connects students to alumni for career advice.
As the Centennial Campaign enters the final stretch, we found ourselves pondering a fundamental issue—why do alumni give to Reed?
A dispatch from the Reed Russian tour 2012.
The Pursuit of Understanding