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“Howl” Unleashed

Allen Ginsberg’s historic reading of “Howl” gains new life through Omnivore Recordings.

Sheperd Doeleman '86 awarded by the National Academy of Sciences for his work in capturing the first image of a supermassive black hole.

The Department of Energy announces Ali Nouri ’97 as part of its leadership team.

Prof. Mariela Szwarcberg Darby helped provide analysis for the Washington Post on the legalization of abortion in Argentina.

Variety reports on the commercial release of Ginsberg's 1956 reading of 'Howl' at Reed College; it is the earliest recording of the iconic poem.

PBS Newshour featured Prof. Samiya Bashir talking about the importance of Powell’s Books to Portland in a yearend news roundup.

Willamette Week reports Dr. Laura Byerly '83 was appointed by Oregon Governor Kate Brown to review the COVID-19 vaccine for the Western States.

Prof. Victoria Fortuna wins award for her exceptionally deep study of dance and political violence.

Oregon Public Broadcasting takes a look at how Oregon colleges are handling fall break.

Audrey Bilger collaborated with presidents from other Oregon private colleges on an oped for the Oregonian about our collective response to COVID-19 and the resilience of our campus communities.  

 

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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