“You Are Amazing,” President Bilger Tells Class of 2024

With a virtual convocation, Reed College welcomes new students to campus to begin the intellectual odyssey of a lifetime.

With much of the focus on mail-in voting, the New York Times asks Prof. Paul Gronke what might happen at polling stations in November.

A New York Times obituary chronicles the fascinating life of Reedie, Hans Linde ’47, an iconoclastic legal scholar who achieved a national reputation for his work on state constitutional law.

Kitty Richards ’05 co-authored an opinion piece for the New York Times on the positive ripple effect of taxes and government spending.

In an interview with the Oregonian, Prof. Radhika Natarajan draws parallels between the 1918 flu pandemic, Covid-19, and advances in the social justice movement.

The New York Times cites research by Prof. Jennifer Henderlong Corpus to explain how praise can direct a child's development.

Thea Riofrancos ’06, political scientist and activist, pens an op-ed for the New York Times on political conditions ripe for change.

Prof. Samiya Bashir writes for Literary Hub about her return from Italy as a Rome Prize fellow in Literature.

The Reed community continues to work together on our own anti-racist efforts, and we amplify organizations in solidarity against racial injustice, whether you're looking for resources or for ways to support others.

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