In the Media

May 19, 2020

How Trump’s tax cuts and tariffs will make coronavirus recession worse

Proffesor of Economics Kimberly Clausing describes to the Los Angeles Times how Trump's tariffs and tax cuts could hinder economic recovery.

Los Angeles Times


May 26, 2020

Slosh! Slurp! Welcome to the ‘Walktail’ Party

With most bars still takeout only, indoor gatherings discouraged and the weather getting warmer, many Americans are sipping and strolling. Prof. Kristen Anderson shares her expertise with the New York Times on how drinking to cope with the pandemic may reveal bigger issues for some.

New York Times


May 19, 2020

America Is Woefully Unprepared for a COVID-19 Election—And More Than a Million Votes Are at Stake

Between anemic funding, poor voter education, and zero precedent, November’s election is shaping up to be a voting disaster, experts predict. Prof. Paul Gronke shares predictions with Vanity Fair for how the pandemic will affect the 2020 elections.

Vanity Fair


May 15, 2020

Coronavirus puts the future of college — and colleges — in limbo

President Audrey Bilger tells Yahoo News the challenges of the pandemic have strengthened her belief in the value of a Reed education.

Yahoo News


May 14, 2020

MAITA’s Debut Album Got Kill Rock Stars Founder Slim Moon Back in the Game

Maria Maita-Keppeler '14 of the band MAITA released their debut album, Best Wishes, to critical acclaim. Spin proclaimed: "Portland, Oregon’s MAITA have announced themselves as members of that rarified class of artists with the ability to enthrall the listener right from the jump, and one that stands out even in the ever fertile indie rock incubator that is the band’s hometown."

SPIN