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"Empowering Global Scientific Engagement"

Geraldine Richmond, Presidential Chair in Science and Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oregon, is this year's recipient of the Vollum Award for...

Friday@4 Concert: Rothchild Award Recipients

This special recital features Reed music students who were the winners of the Rothchild award this summer. Admission is free and is perfect for the entire...

Visiting Writer: Ronaldo Wilson

Ronaldo V. Wilson, PhD, is the author of Narrative of the Life of the Brown Boy and the White Man (University of Pittsburgh, 2008), winner of the 2007 Cave...

David Eddings lecture: Lisa Nakamura '87

"Racism, Sexism, and Gaming-Cruel Optimism: The Problem with Meritocratic Media" As a 2014 Pew Report notes, 26% of young women have reported being stalked...

Reed 5K FUNd Run/Walk—NEW DATE!

Dear community members, We inadvertently scheduled the annual Reed College 5K FUNd Run/Walk for neighborhood schools on Yom Kippur. We sincerely apologize...

Visiting Writer: Margaret Malone

Margaret Malone is the author of the story collection PEOPLE LIKE YOU, Finalist for the 2016 PEN Hemingway Award, Winner of the 2016 Balcones Fiction Prize,...

Friday@4 Concert: Rothchild Award Recipients

This special recital features Reed music students who were the winners of the Rothchild award this summer. Admission is free and is perfect for the entire...

Sex, Gender, and Sexuality Symposium: C. Riley Snorton

"DeVine's Cut" In this lecture, C. Riley Snorton interrogates the absent presence of Phillip DeVine in both the public memory of the Humboldt killings and...

Visiting Writer: Diane Williams

Diane Williams is the author of eight books of fiction Her most recent book is Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine (McSweeney's, 2016). In 2018, Soho Press will...

Rejoice! Diaspora Dance Theater Presents... UPRISE

Rejoice! Diaspora Dance Theater presents UPRISE an evening of choreographic premiers by Oluyinka Akinjiola, Michael Galen and Jamie Minkus, with musical...

Bruce Lincoln: “Before Religion? The Zoroastrian Concept of Daēnā and Two Myths about It”

A lecture as part of the Greenberg Distinguished Scholar Program for the fall of 2017: All Religion Is Inter-Religion: A Celebration of Steven M....

Trialogue: "Past, Present, and Future of the Study of Religion"

A trialogue with Bruce Lincoln (University of Chicago), Steve Wasserstrom (Reed College), and Elliot Wolfson (University of California at Santa Barbara) on...

Elliot Wolfson: “Anxiety, Lament, and the Language of Silence: Poetic Redemption and Gnostic Alienation”

A lecture as part of the Greenberg Distinguished Scholar Program for fall of 2017: All Religion Is Inter-Religion: A Celebration of Steven M. Wasserstrom’s...

Friday@4 Concert: Instrumental Solos

Reed music students present an afternoon recital featuring solo instrumental work by well-known composers. Admission is free, and the concert is perfect for...