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COVID-19: Reed College Rewires Itself Community

COVID-19: Reed College Rewires Itself

Professors, students, and staff find creative ways to adapt and retool in the era of social distancing.



COVID-19: How You Can Help Community

COVID-19: How You Can Help

Support Reed students through the coronavirus crisis with a gift to the Emergency Fund.

Arts & Humanities

May 04, 2020

Art Fills the Void

Students use 3D-scanning technology to mount senior thesis show.


April 29, 2020

Theatre Students Defy Covid-19

For spring production, students will perform the most notorious radio play of all time.


April 15, 2020

Six Outstanding Professors Earn Tenure

Teacher-scholars represent wide range of disciplines and expertise.


April 09, 2020

Music Prof Wins Award For Opera Based on WWI

Project gives voice to women affected by the Great War.

March 09, 2020

In the Soil of Cyprus, Clues to an Empire

Reed students dig for artifacts that could shed light on the world of Alexander the Great.

Sciences

April 27, 2020

Two Reed Grads Elected to National Academy of Sciences

The nation’s top scientific organization hails a pair of Reed researchers for their groundbreaking work.


April 16, 2020

Legendary Chemistry Professor Dies at 89

Prof. Thomas Dunne mentored generations of Reed students.


April 15, 2020

Six Outstanding Professors Earn Tenure

Teacher-scholars represent wide range of disciplines and expertise.


April 13, 2020

Math-Stats Major Named Goldwater Scholar

Simon Couch ’21 earns national recognition for promise in science and math.

April 02, 2020

Watson Winner Radiates Confidence

Neuroscience major Stephanie Gee ’20 wins a Watson Fellowship to explore effects of radiation.

Reed Community

May 15, 2020

The Transformation Of Hum 110: A Remembrance

A Reed philosophy grad recalls the debate over Hum 110 that took place in 1969.


May 12, 2020

Prof. Paul Gronke Named 2020 Carnegie Fellow

Prof. Gronke is the fourth Reed faculty member to be selected as a Carnegie Fellow.


May 11, 2020

Leading Chemist Felled By Covid-19

Brilliant researcher and educator Dan Kemp ’58 made major contributions to our knowledge of protein folding.


May 11, 2020

Save Democracy. Vote By Mail.

States should let citizens cast their votes without ever visiting the polling station.

May 06, 2020

Bullets, Ice, and Snow

How a ragtag bunch of skiers became the U.S. Army’s first alpine soldiers.