In 1905, eleven heirs of Amanda Reed filed suit to break her will and claim her fortune. Only one man—the twelfth heir—could save her dream from destruction.
Reed biology professor Steve Black looks to deadly spiders (yes, that's a black widow) for clues about evolution and development.
Artist Maggie Rudy ’80 creates a whiskered world resplendent with rodents.
A new book by Gal Beckerman ’98 explores the paradox of the Soviet Jews: stuck in a bureaucracy that would not let them go, but would not let them be.
Xeno Acharya ’09 left Nepal to get away from the civil war. His conscience made him go back to do something about it.
Amid dogs and dust, a Reed senior teaches English to children in the slums of Kathmandu.
Hum prof reflects on the principle of density.
Recent grads give back to Reed in record numbers. What’s going on?
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