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Rick's Cafe returns with new management, menu, brews

The College of Law's trendy hangout welcomes students back with a grand reopening tomorrow.

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Passing the mace

Professor Don Negri takes over faculty marshal duties from emeritus professor Grant Thorsett.

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Warnock aims for the stratosphere as Perlan CEO

Ed Warnock leads the record-setting Perlan Project.

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More food choices are on the menu for summer

New summer dining options offer the campus community more choice and convenience than ever before.

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ACE luncheon honors inspirational employees

Staff members recognized for years of service and outstanding contributions.

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Moving out sustainably

Students consider options to recycle and upcycle during end-of-year move out.

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Willamette announces commencement speakers, honorary degree recipients

Gov. Kate Brown to address graduating seniors

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Distinguished Artists Series features Theo Bleckmann and Ben Monder Duo

Theo Bleckmann and Ben Monder Duo to perform April 12 in Salem

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Tracy Hoffman Memorial run honors alumnus April 10

The fraternity hopes to make history by raising $25,000.

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Students at Sparks Fitness Center help people meet their health, fitness goals

Students launch new — and affordable — health and fitness programs for the Willamette community.

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Outdoor Program celebrates 10th anniversary this academic year

The student-run program gives students an affordable means to build connections with their peers while exploring Oregon’s natural wonders.

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Renovations of Baxter, Doney to commence in May

Construction efforts focus on improving residence halls.

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A team built on a lasting foundation

Head Basketball Coach Kip Ioane ’01, MAT ’02 leads by example.

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Manoukian ’16 earns reporting internship

Elize Manoukian ’16 will write for The Gresham Outlook this summer

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Students reflect on this year’s Dempsey Environmental Lecture Series

Students share their take on this Vandana Shiva, this year’s Dempsey Environmental lecturer.

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Willamette welcomes Bearcat Days visitors

Admitted students and their families arrive this week for the first of three events.

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“The Hotel Casablanca” opens March 10

Secrets and misunderstandings ignite in comedic opera.

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Willamette tops fundraising goal at Feb. 23 event

Willamette raised more than $250,000 to benefit students

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Bryan Schmidt gets his just desserts

The Bistro now sells a new cookie named after Director of Campus Recreation Bryan Schmidt.

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Willamette launches second 24 Hours of Giving event

Celebrate Bearcat pride and the philanthropy that makes it all possible on Feb. 23.

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Willamette ranked No. 6 for Peace Corps volunteers

More than 330 alumni have served the organization since 1961.

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“Vincent in Brixton” opens Feb. 18

Romance, destruction characterizes new Willamette production.

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Bianca Murillo wins Graves Award in the Humanities

Through the award, the history professor will travel to Morocco, Algeria and Egypt.

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Reza Aslan shares insights on religious extremism

Religious scholar Reza Aslan discussed religious extremism Feb. 9.

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Maile Symonds ’17 earns public policy fellowship

Maile Symonds ’17 will study public policy this summer.

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New TIUA class arrives today

The 28th annual class of the American Studies Program (ASP) welcomes 98 new students.

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Supporting College Access and Preparing for Success

Jacqueline Rushing shares updates on the new Willamette Academy.

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Leonard Pitts discussed race relations Feb. 5

Leonard Pitts spoke at Willamette as part of MLK celebration.

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Student Advisory Board seeks to bridge gap between students, administrators

The group aims to foster effective, two-way communication between students, staff and administrators.

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New video explores Willamette's connections to the state capitol

Documentary filmmaker captures Willamette's connections to the Oregon State Capitol.

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Willamette community gives back for MLK Day

Nearly 180 students, staff spent an afternoon serving their community.

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Sen. Mark Hatfield's legacy explored Jan. 26

Hatfield '43 made significant advances abroad while serving as Oregon's senator from 1967 to 1997.

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Willamette wins world record — for the second time

The Guinness Book of World Records confirmed the win this month.

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Amadou Fofana wins grant for documentary project

Amadou Fofana will undertake a collaborative documentary project on African cinema.

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De Muniz highlights state judiciary

"American Judicial Power" highlights state judiciary's role

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Carson Scholars share research at public forum

A summer program enables students to study scholarly, professional or creative endeavors around the globe.

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Ta-Nehisi Coates cancels January lecture

Concerns about health prompt the author to unschedule early 2016 appearances.

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“Evolution: Dance Concert” opens Nov. 12

Ballet, aerial dance, musical theatre and more await viewers of Willamette's new dance concert.

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Parents, students unite during Family Weekend

Nearly 950 visitors attended lectures, toured campus and explored Salem during the event earlier this month.

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President Thorsett asks community to join in a minute of silence

President Thorsett asks community to join in a minute of silence.

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Pi Beta Phi hosts "Pie with Pi Phi"

Not many people want pies smashed in their faces. But on Sept. 29, several students, faculty and staff members agreed to the job to support a good cause.

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Willamette greets new graduate students

Nearly 200 first-year students enrolled at Atkinson, College of Law

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Major construction projects wrap up across campus

The work affected everything from classroom space to parking lots

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Willamette celebrates Class of 2019 during annual convocation ceremony on Aug. 21

Psychology professor and author Dacher Keltner offers students advice on achieving happiness.

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Opening Days showcases Willamette's community to new students

From swimming to volleyball, the Class of 2019 explored Willamette’s offerings.

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More Willamette students are going Greek

Thirty-four percent of students took part in Greek life as of last spring.

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Career Services earns national recognition for its student programs

Willamette earns three top awards, two finalist recognitions in five years

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Marijuana and Measure 91

Law and policy prohibit its possession or use on campus.

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Princeton Review names Willamette a top college

The university earns high rankings for sustainability, impact and value.

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Green Initiative Fund awards sustainability grants to students, staff

The awards will improve facilities, reduce waste and promote sustainability.

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Construction projects underway

The work includes renovating a residence hall and remodeling lab spaces.

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Willamette ranks 13th in nation among green colleges

The Princeton Review recognized Willamette for its sustainability efforts.

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Convocation panelists remain optimistic about Zena's future

Panelists review history, future of Zena during convocation.

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Tomodachi Program promotes friendship across cultures

Tomodachi participants share American culture with ASP students — and find they learn just as much from the experience.

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Green Initiative Fund promotes sustainability efforts across campus

The Green Initiative Fund is promoting social and environmental sustainability on campus.

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Willamette breaks world record in game of Red Light/Green Light

Willamette is the new record holder in Red Light/Green Light for having the most players.

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