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Reed art professors and alumni explore biological flux in a new exhibit running concurrently with the Venice Biennale.

Reed President Bilger meets with U.S. Vice President Harris

In a roundtable discussion, higher education leaders discussed reproductive rights with the nation's Vice President.

We Did It!

Donors help Reed students succeed in the new normal.

The Perfect Person for the Job

Watson Fellowship winner Stevie Hoesel ’22 plans to bring a unique lens to the study of youth intervention systems around the world.

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Reed in the Media

September 12, 2022

College Rankings Face New Criticisms

Reporting on the U.S. education secretary's recent denunciation of college rankings, The Washington Post talks with former Reed President Colin Diver.

The Washington Post

September 2, 2022

Reed alumna Barbara Ehrenreich ’63 dies at 81

Barbara Ehrenreich, journalist, historian, and social critic who explored economic justice, healthcare, and peace in her many articles and more than 20 books, told the New York Times that she “believed that her job as a journalist was to shed light on the unnecessary pain in the world."

The New York Times

July 15, 2022

Reed Trustee Justice Adrienne Nelson Nominated to Serve as Federal Judge

Justice Adrienne Nelson has received a federal judicial nomination from President Biden. If confirmed, she will be the first Black woman to serve on Oregon's U.S. District Court.

June 10, 2022

Prof. David Schiff Premieres Two Compositions

Retirement has not slowed down Emeritus Professor of Music David Schiff, who continues to delight music lovers with  virtuosic creativity shaped by  the composer’s lifelong love for blending genres. 

Classical Voice North America

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