Reed Magazine

Reed Biologists Isolate Virus That Preys on Deadly Germs Sciences

Reed Biologists Isolate Virus That Preys on Deadly Germs

Newly discovered bacteriophage destroys drug-resistant strains of E. coli.


Cracking the Quantum Hall Problem Sciences

Cracking the Quantum Hall Problem

Caltech mathematician will come to Reed to discuss the puzzle that baffled a generation of physicists.


Reed and the Rankings Game Letters from the Editor

Reed and the Rankings Game

The hidden penalties and statistical shenanigans that pervade the college-ranking guidebooks.

Arts & Humanities

January 03, 2019

Using Mind Tricks To Remember Ulysses

Comp-lit major will exploit ancient mnemonic device to memorize passages from Joyce’s masterpiece.


December 06, 2018

The Power of the Spirit

Prof. Mark Burford examines the tension between devotion and emotion in a new book on gospel singer Mahalia Jackson.


November 29, 2018

The Voice of Prophecy

Vox Sibyla concert features music inspired by female prophets—literal and metaphorical.


November 16, 2018

RAW Sensation

Reed Arts Week wants you to use your senses—all of them.

November 15, 2018

Art Show Focuses on Refugee Crisis

Gulalhi, a solo exhibition by Stephanie Gervais ’09, opens at the Cooley Gallery.

Sciences

January 09, 2019

Cracking the Quantum Hall Problem

Spiros Michalakis will come to Reed to discuss the puzzle that baffled a generation of physicists.


December 18, 2018

Unlocking Atomic Secrets

Chemistry profs tackle copper ions and proton tunneling in semester’s last lecture.


December 03, 2018

Bio Prof Will Trace Cancer’s Mixed Signals

Prof. Anna Ritz wins NSF grant to analyze signaling pathways in colon cancer.


November 15, 2018

Math Prof Wins National Honor for Work on Algebra

Prof. Irena Swanson is named a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society.

October 18, 2018

Reed Data Scientists Want To Safeguard Your Privacy

Professors win NSF grant to find ways to protect personal information stored in giant databases.

Reed Community

January 09, 2019

Linehan’s Legacy Lives On

Avangrid Foundation honors legacy of wind-power expert Andy Linehan ’78 by giving to Reed.


January 03, 2019

Using Mind Tricks To Remember Ulysses

Comp-lit major will exploit ancient mnemonic device to memorize passages from Joyce’s masterpiece.


December 27, 2018

Reed Grad To Serve On Oregon Supreme Court

Gov. Kate Brown hails the collegial style and “brilliant mind” of Judge Chris Garrett ’96.


December 18, 2018

Unlocking Atomic Secrets

Chemistry profs tackle copper ions and proton tunneling in semester’s last lecture.

December 11, 2018

Winter Fellows Set Off For Adventure

Ten Reed students will roam the globe to pursue projects of their own design.