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The Biggest Lab on Campus

Bio students make exciting discoveries in the Reed canyon—and raise questions for its future.

New Bridge Honors Metro Councilor

Portland bridge is named for visionary planner Bob Stacey ’72.

Physics Junior Wins Goldwater Scholarship

Patrick Park ’22 earns national recognition for exceptional promise in physics.

Biochemist Joins National Academy of Sciences

Reed grad Rachel Klevit ’78 is elected to the nation’s top scientific organization.

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Reed in the Media

May 6, 2021

Repairing generations of trauma, one lotus flower at a time

Duncan Ryuken Williams '91, a Soto Zen Buddhist priest and author of American Sutra, explains the symbolic significance of the lotus flower blossoming.

New York Times

May 1, 2021

Prof. Jay Dickson reflects on Xingu with director Louanne Moldovan

Prof. Jay Dickson provides insight on the play Xingu by Edith Wharton, accompanying the Cygnet Productions audio performance.

Cygnet Radio Hour

April 24, 2021

How NIH funding is powering discovery at Reed College

Dean of Faculty Kathy Oleson shares how the $2.2 Million in active NIH grants propels undergraduate research at Reed.

Portland Business Journal

April 23, 2021

First known recording of Allen Ginsberg’s “Howl” is from Portland’s Reed College

Prof. Pancho Savery helps put Allen Ginsberg’s “Howl,” into its political and artistic context for OPB Radio.

OPB Radio

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