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Reed in the Media

November 22, 2022

Has the end of college rankings arrived?

In a New York Times op-ed, former Reed President Colin Diver responds to the announcement by Yale Law and other top-tier law schools that they will no longer participate in U.S. News & World Report rankings.

New York Times

November 16, 2022

Marie Gluesenkamp Perez ’12 Captures Hotly Contested Congressional Seat

Gluesenkamp Perez defeated a Trump-backed opponent and will serve in the U.S. House, representing Washington state’s 3rd Congressional District.

NPR

November 16, 2022

Suzan DelBene ’83 Scores A Sixth Term in the House

DelBene, who will represent Snohomish County, WA, in Congress again next year, vowed to eschew “hyperpartisanship.”

Everett Daily Herald

November 10, 2022

Mounting Pressures May Push Election Officials Into Early Retirement, New Survey Shows

Amid threats of violence and skyrocketing records requests, Prof. Paul Gronke [political science] and the Democracy Fund found that 1 in 5 election officials plan to retire before 2024.

Oregon Capital Chronicle

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