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Prof. Yaejoon Kwon discusses anti-Asian violence

OPB Radio looks at the history and recent rise of anti-Asian violence both locally and nationally.

The Scientist highlights Prof. Derek Applewhite for inspiring the next generation of biologists, promoting inclusion and equality in the field.

CNN Politics reports on Reed’s Early Voting Information Center poll that predicts significant turnover of election’s officials.

Prof. Kathy Oleson, the dean of the faculty, forcefully defended Reed’s grading policy after it was mischaracterized in The Wall Street Journal.

Allen Ginsberg’s historic reading of “Howl” at Reed in 1956 echoes anew.

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

PBS Newshour featured Prof. Samiya Bashir talking about the importance of Powell’s Books to Portland.

The Reed community continues to work together on our own anti-racist efforts, and we amplify organizations in solidarity against racial injustice.

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