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In a series of essays, Reed's Humanities 211/212 faculty offer a glimpse into an unforgettable course.

Eid al-Fitr makes its animated debut

After growing up watching reactionary stereotypes, a screenwriter creates space for nuanced Muslim characters.

Happy Birthday Scriptorium!

The Calligraphy Initiative celebrates 10 years of serifs and glyphs, metal nibs and oak gall ink, and the generous support of a small group of alumni and friends who made it possible.

Science and Systematic Racism

A year since the murder of George Floyd, the scientific community still needs to listen to more Black voices.

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April 28, 2022

Reed Professor Tapped by Newsweek to Weigh Russia’s Prospects in Moldova

Political science professor Alexander Montgomery sheds light on whether the Kremlin can breach intense Ukrainian resistance to overtake a volatile region in eastern Moldova. 


April 28, 2022

American Chemical Society’s Magazine Honors Professor Kelly Chacón in Special Issue Celebrating LGBTQ+ Chemists

In an interview for the Trailblazers issue of Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), Prof. Chacón [chemistry] talks ions, identity, and breaking barriers for the next generation of LGBTQ+ scientists.

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April 7, 2022

Professor Alex Montgomery Talks with Brookings about Risk, Russian Aggression, and Ukraine.

Avoiding escalation is key, says Professor Alex Montgomery [political science] and coauthor Amy Nelson. But, NATO should mind its appearance of risk aversion.


March 8, 2022

Reed College professor and Ukraine expert reflects on humanitarian crisis caused by Russian invasion

Alexandra Hrycak, a professor of sociology at Reed College, joins Oregon Public Broadcasting's Think Out Loud to talk about the impact of the current crisis on women and children and other vulnerable populations in Ukraine.

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