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Reed in the Media

June 10, 2022

A Single Chord Tells the Story

Retirement has not slowed down Emeritus Professor of Music David Schiff, who continues to delight music lovers with new premieres and a virtuosic creativity embedded in the composer’s lifelong love for blending genres.    

Classical Voice North America

May 25, 2022

The Oregonian Tips Its Hat to Bev Grant

Her photos lived in a shoebox for years. Now they adorn the walls of Reed’s Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery and provide a glimpse into the artist’s fascinating life.

The Oregonian

May 17, 2022

Will the Trend of Low Voter Turnout Continue in Oregon?

Oregon Capital Chronicle turns to Professor Chris Koski [political science] to weigh in.

Oregon Capital Chronicle

May 5, 2022

Behind Party Lines

Professor Paul Gronke [political science] takes a look at hyper-partisanship in Oregon state politics and the attitudes needed to defeat it.


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