David Schiff, Composer

Reed celebrates the musical legacy of Prof. David Schiff with three concerts

Prof. of Economics Kimberly Clausing helps the New York Times explain how the Trump tax cuts exacerbate the record trade deficit. She also spoke on Bloomberg Finance about her new book, Open: The Progressive Case for Free Trade, Immigration, and Global Capital.

You may have heard about the students who created a six-foot-tall chalk monster during Paideia in an effort to break the world record? Portland Monthly explores.

The New York Times proposes that "computer programming once had much better gender balance than it does today." Prof. Eric Roberts is quoted in this exploration, suggesting it is a "capacity crisis."

Prof. of Psychology Daniel Reisberg explains the body's biological response to stress and how it affects memory for a New York Times story on eyewitness accounts.

The Oregonian on Reed graduates having the lowest student debt in Oregon.


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