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Eight Reedies Helping Us All Get Through the Coronavirus Pandemic

The Oregonian examines how local colleges are handling commencement and the difficulty of carrying on traditions during unprecedented times.

The Wall Street Journal consults with admission VP Milyon Trulove about how colleges are coping with uncertainty created by the coronavirus pandemic (subscription needed).

Kevan Shokat ’86, a professor of cellular molecular biology, was featured on ABC’s Good Morning America for his work to identify known drugs that could help slow the spread of COVID-19.  

The New York Times reports on the urgent project involving biochemist Kevan Shokat ’86 and hundreds of the world’s top scientists to find a treatment for the coronavirus.

VP for College Relations Hugh Porter shares advice for advancement professionals from his time as Reed's interim president with Inside Higher Ed.

Prof. Mariela Szwarcberg Daby writes for the Washington Post about Argentina, where Catholicism is growing, as is support for legalized abortion.

Prof. Charlene Makley on the New Books Podcast talking about The Battle for Fortune, which was recognized with an Honorable Mention for the E. Gene Smith Book Prize in Inner Asian Studies.

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COVID-19 Update: March 18

To protect the health of event participants and the Reed community, most on-campus events, including admission programming, have been canceled or postponed through mid-May. For the most current information about specific events, please see Reed’s events calendar.

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0 Classes Taught by TAs

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1 Honor Principle