Reed in the News

November 12, 2017

The Right Way to Cut Corporate Taxes

Prof. of Economics Kim Clausing's proposal to tax companies for sales that take place within US boarders to help eliminate tax shelters was mentioned by the Times Editorial Board in Sunday's editorial. This mentions resulted in many other media outlets including Nov. 13th broadcast of NPR's Morning Edition.

The New York Times


November 11, 2017

Sarah Silverman Shares Some Interesting Thoughts On The Evolution Of ‘Offensiveness’ On ‘Real Time’

This articles is in response to comedian Sarah Silverman's more thoughtful response, during an episode of HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, on the offense taken by some Reed students regarding the showing of Steve Martin's King Tut video during Hum 110.

UPROXX


November 10, 2017

My Old School

Ethan Epstien ’10 is an associate editor at The Weekly Standard. He's also written for the Wall Street Journal, National Journal, Slate, City Journal. He holds a BA in history from Reed College and chimed in on the recent protests.

The Weekly Standard


November 10, 2017

Universities Tell Students: We Run Campuses, Not You

The University of Oregon and Reed College are highlighted in this extensive piece on administrative responses to student protests.

Daily Beast


November 8, 2017

Why Everyone Should Learn About Western Civilization

Author Michele Nijhus ’87 wrote an opinion piece that began: “My alma mater is, for better or worse, the undergraduate equivalent of a cult film: Most people have never heard of Reed College, and the few who have really like to argue about it.”

The Atlantic