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Winter 2014

Winter 2014

Discovering Carl Knopf

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Fall 2013

Fall 2013

Voice to the Voiceless

Spring 2013

Spring 2013

Anatomy of a Strategic Plan

Winter 2013

Winter 2013

Special Issue: The Unseen Willamette

Fall 2012

Fall 2012

Into the (New) Real World: Graduates of the Recession Speak Out

Spring 2012

Spring 2012

History Unearthed: Archaeology at the Ness of Brodgar

Winter 2012

Winter 2012

The Man Inside the Arizona Ethnic Studies Controversy

Fall 2011

Fall 2011

Welcome (Back), President Thorsett

Spring 2011

Spring 2011

100,000 Views of Oregon

Fall 2010

Fall 2010

Then & Now

Spring 2010

Spring 2010

You're Doing What with your Degree?!

Winter 2009

Winter 2009

Globalism and World Views

Summer 2009

Summer 2009

Turning Points

Winter 2008

Winter 2008

Nourishment

Summer 2008

Summer 2008

Thoughts on Democracy

Spring 2008

Spring 2008

Media

Fall 2007

Fall 2007

“Suspended between liquid and air, we inhabit a transitional zone that opens a window on mysteries hidden from those with solid ground beneath their feet.”

Spring 2007

Spring 2007

“If everyone will take even little actions — whether bicycling to work or picking up litter on your neighborhood streets — we can all make a big difference.”

Fall 2006

Fall 2006

“Clearly, even five years later, the issues surrounding Sept. 11 still strike a chord: We do still care and, equally important, we still feel the need to talk about it.”

Spring 2006

Spring 2006

“Why do we want to make the world a better place? It turns out ‘because’ is a real answer after all.”

Winter 2006

Winter 2006

“Ordinary people, everyday circumstances, simple lessons in leadership: learn your own way, make a plan and prepare, equip those who follow, chart a course, set an example, encourage others to take the lead when they are ready.”

Fall 2005

Fall 2005

“Each change moves the University forward, not away from its heritage, but toward a better version of itself.”

Summer/Fall 2004

Summer/Fall 2004

“My eyes were opened to something much bigger than myself — a community pulling together to take care of one another. After all, isn’t that what service is all about?”