February 2014 News
Guggenheim fellow and Pulitzer Prize finalist Stephanie McCurry comes to Willamette University on March 6 to discuss her path-breaking research on the politics of the Confederacy during the U.S. Civil War.
Native art, food, dancing and drumming await visitors at the 12th annual Pow wow scheduled for March 8 at Willamette University.
Jealousy and lust converge with love and forgiveness in “The Marriage of Figaro,” an opera performed at Willamette University March 6-9.
The gold man atop the State Capitol first caught Dmitri Palmateer’s eye when he was a prospective Willamette student. Today he works beneath it to help pass legislation that shapes Oregon’s future.
Through One Billion Rising, people from across the globe met Feb. 14 to protest violence against women.
Dancer and dancing is featured at the Black Tie Affair Feb. 21 at the Salem Conference Center.
Maren Grainger-Monsen shared how she uses science and art to advocate for social change.
WU students and faculty members are performing at the Kathmandu Jazz Conservatory during spring break.
Described by The New York Times Book Review as “one of the major lyric voices of our time,” best-selling author and filmmaker Sherman Alexie is visiting Willamette University March 11.
Playwright Ricardo Bracho visits Willamette Feb. 19
Now vice president and general counsel for Pacific Power, Ryan Flynn '97 got his start as a legislative intern and Bearcat baseball player.
Award-winning filmmaker to discuss her work with WU students, staff
From an African dance workshop to a public lecture from a world-renowned anthropologist, several family friendly events are planned for “Africa on the Move” at Willamette University Feb. 20-22.
At Willamette, Erin Parkinson '14 didn't have to choose between competitive swimming or pursuing a veterinarian career. She did both.
This week, Tokyo International University of America (TIUA) welcomed 123 new students to Salem.