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AXES AND ALLIES. Students reach the peak of Mt. Hood.

Reed College professor Sarah Wagner-McCoy

REDISCOVERING A MASTER Reed professor finds trove of lost stories by Charles Chesnutt.

Prof. Sarah Wagner-McCoy [English] discovers a trove of unpublished stories, casting fresh light on author, lawyer, and activist Charles Chesnutt (1858-1932), one of the most intriguing voices in African American literature.


Reed College students embrace during commencement

YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE. Find your people. Join our band of fierce intellectuals.

Reunions fireworks show

BURST OF JOY. Annual Fund raises record-breaking $4.4M.

Alumni, parents and friends gave a record $4.4 million to the Annual Fund this year. A hearty THANK YOU to all our supporters.


Reed College alumni Shep Doeleman

EYE OF THE TIGER. Shep Doeleman ’86 hunts for the “dark circle of nothing” at the center of the galaxy.

Aiming to make the first portrait of the hungry monster at the center of our galaxy, MIT astronomer Shep Doeleman ’86 and colleagues built “a telescope as big as the world.”


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