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    Class of 2019 celebrates new beginnings

    Commencement speakers offer advice, humor as more than 400 grads prepare for future.

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    Golf finishes 13th at NCAA Division III Championship

    Austin Davis ’22 places 24th in a field of 251 golfers from 42 teams.

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Stories and News

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Seniors honored for cocurricular involvement

Congratulations to the recipients of the 2019 Senior Keys and Senior Certificates.

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From The News

New VP of marketing and communications appointed

Tim Cobb to lead University Communications beginning July 1.

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Brandon Chinn ’14

From the Bearcats to the Blazers and Celtics

On-campus opportunities opened doors to an NBA communications career for Brandon Chinn ’14.

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From The News

Representing diversity and fighting for more equitable resources in schools

First-year student is among youngest candidates ever to run for Salem-Keizer School Board.

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Upcoming exhibition

George Rodriguez: Embellished Narratives

June 8–Aug. 25

Exhibition will examine culture, politics and identity.

George Rodrguez's "Confetti" and "We the People"
Upcoming event

Opening Days

Aug. 21–25

Student-run orientation program welcomes the class of 2023.

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Upcoming Event

Alumni Reunion Weekend

June 6–10

Reunite with friends, classmates and your alma mater.

mosaic of alumni photos with text Willamette University presents Alumni Reunion Weekend June 6-10, 2019
From The News

Plugging into the power of proximity

Adrian Uphoff ’19 is pushing legislation at the Capitol and opening doors for future interns.

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More than 130 undergraduates recognized at Academic Honors and Awards

Willamette University College of Liberal Arts honored students’ academic achievements at a ceremony April 29 in Cat Cavern.

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Honors and Awards in Bearcat Excellence presented

Students recognized for cocurricular involvement and leadership.

Tova Hershman ’19