• Prepared for Success

    Prepared for Success

    From Athlete to Environmental Scientist

    Dylan Jones ’15 is fast — very fast — and it shows on the track and the football field. But athletic glory is not the only thing he’s found at Willamette. 

  • Passion & Purpose

    Passion & Purpose

    The Art of Curiosity

    Although he dropped out of Willamette not once, but twice, Jim Cuno '73 went on to lead one of the greatest museums in the world. 

  • Global Perspective

    Global Perspective

    Sustainable Solutions

    From researching environmental degradation in China to studying Latina women's views of organic foods, Yesenia Gallardo '09 uses her history major to learn about the world.  

  • Passion & Purpose

    Passion & Purpose

    Weaving a Story

    Nora Canty '15 guest curated an exhibit on Pendleton blankets, which is showing through Dec. 24 at the Willamette Heritage Center. 

  • Prepared for Success

    Prepared for Success

    Crowning Achievement

    When she's not studying or working two jobs, Ariana Piscitelli '15 serves as Miss Tillamook County Rodeo Queen.  

  • Prepared for Success

    Prepared for Success

    Job Ready

    Career Services uses three programs to help incoming students plan for their future.  

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Jones selected as Gagliardi Trophy semifinalist Cast your vote through Dec. 8. Four finalists will be named Dec. 9.

WU team attends sustainability conference Group members are eager to share what they learned at the Yale Food Systems Symposium.

Careerapalooza unites alumni, undergrads About 100 undergrads gained insight about the professional world at a networking event.

Chaplain shares message of solace Read the message from Karen Wood, university chaplain.

Kappa Sigmas band together More than 30 fraternity brothers recently took part in an ALS fundraiser in California to help one of their own.

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In the Media

Binford raises treaty question

Statesman Journal  (Nov 20)

Pena advocates for immigration reform

KGW  (Nov 18)

Exhibition evokes Takei's incarceration

USA Today  (Nov 15)

Weiss '18 discusses “getting-by"

USA Today College  (Nov 12)