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Chris Toutain Appointed Martha A. Darling Dean of Students

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Reed in the Media

September 14, 2023

Salvaging a Soviet Jewish Literary Culture: On Marat Grinberg’s “The Soviet Jewish Bookshelf”

Los Angeles Review of Books calls The Soviet Jewish Bookshelf, a new book by Prof. Marat Grinberg [Russian], “an informative, engagingly written work.”

Los Angeles Review of Books

September 14, 2023

What to Know About College Early Action and Early Decision

Milyon Trulove, vice president and dean of admission and financial aid at Reed, weighs in on early decision with college admissions.

U.S. News & World Report

August 3, 2023

Former Reed professor, Lake Oswego resident recounts meeting with Oppenheimer

Nicholas Wheeler ’55, A. A. Knowlton Professor Emeritus of Physics, tells The Lake Oswego Review about giving J. Robert Oppenheimer a tour of Reed’s campus in 1955.

Lake Oswego Review

May 4, 2023

Animals Are Dying in Droves. What Are They Telling Us?

The New Republic reports on the rise in mass mortality events, with Prof. Sam Fey [biology] weighing in on the “biblical” proportions of such die-offs.

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