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Nili Yosha ’07 empowers houseless youth through filmmaking.

Royal Musical Association Awards Dent Medal to Prof. Mark Burford

The scholar has spent the past 10 years focused on Black popular music studies, from Sam Cooke to Mahalia Jackson.

Alumni Win Key Elections in 2022

Reedies head to Washington, regional government, and city councils.

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February 1, 2023

Reed's Dance Program Repositions Itself for the Future

Oregon Artswatch profiles new Assistant Professor Oluyinka Akinjiola, whose experience in African diasporic dance traditions could transform how the department teaches dance at the intersection of social, political, and creative movements.

Oregon Artswatch

January 20, 2023

Washington Post Names Prof. Bora Yoon a Classical Music Artist to Watch

New to Reed this year, Yoon is a Korean-American composer, vocalist, and sound artist who creates immersive and experimental work.

Washington Post

January 9, 2023

Emeritus Trustee Steve McCarthy ’66 Dies at 79

McCarthy, who served more than two decades on Reed’s board of trustees, exemplified “the interesting life, and the purposeful life.”

The Oregonian

January 4, 2023

Bronson James ’94 to Serve on Oregon’s Highest Court

Governor Kate Brown appointed the Reed alum as a justice on Oregon’s Supreme Court during her final days in office.


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