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Choir alumni celebrate their community of music

Former Willamette singers return to campus for a special reunion and a remarkable professor.

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Kostantinos Efstathiou hits the ground running

Willamette’s new campus rec director talks about his past and future plans for the university

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Tynan Gable ’17 recognized for Hatfield Library Research Award

Tynan Gable ’17 was commended by the adjudication committee for the Mark O. Hatfield Library Research Award based on work from an EXSCI 248 class.

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Up with the lark for Willamette walks

Willamette students, faculty learn about birds and identify species.

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Cookies and Conversation planned for Tuesday

All Willamette students invited to join university leaders for this monthly event.

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A summer of science turns students on to research

During this Willamette program, students make breakthroughs while working side-by-side with professors.

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Grace Goudy Distinguished Artist Series: Jane Austen’s Songbook

Piano, vocal performance highlights 19th century songs

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Happy families

Student-run Family Weekend earns kudos for its organization and events.

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Mandatory password change for everyone

Members of the university community must change their Willamette network passwords by Oct. 17.

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Willamette plans for future capital improvement projects

The university will direct funding to athletic projects, followed by continued enhancements to residential spaces.

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Alumni Weekend reunites and reconnects

The campus community worked together to create a memorable, meaningful weekend for alumni.

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Hallie Ford honors 25 years of contemporary American Indian art

Art museum has long history with Crow’s Shadow Institute of Arts.

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Students sign up for a variety of clubs and groups

Activities and Resources Expo featured more than 100 opportunities for student involvement.

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Alumni Weekend will bring Bearcat grads back to campus

Events for alumni to reconnect and reunite with classmates kick off on Friday.

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Willamette welcomes incoming students

Undergraduate, graduate students represent dozens of states and several foreign countries.

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2017 Faculty Awards announced

Seven outstanding faculty members honored at Opening Convocation.

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Sewing new and old tales into familiar fabrics

In her latest work, acclaimed Native American artist Marie Watt ’90 explores the symbiotic relationships between humans and the natural world.

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Willamette lauded in latest ‘Fiske Guide to Colleges’

In her latest work, acclaimed Native American artist Marie Watt ’90 explores the symbiotic relationships between humans and the natural world.

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Willamette Store temporarily closes next month for renovation

In her latest work, acclaimed Native American artist Marie Watt ’90 explores the symbiotic relationships between humans and the natural world.

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Fundraising brought in $17.785M for 2016–17

Gifts recognize the university’s past and future impact, will enhance the student experience.

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New developments in student career services

The summer brings changes in the Office of Career Development.

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A historic commencement

Willamette’s three colleges celebrate their students’ achievements.

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A passion for social justice

Alika Masei ’17 has dedicated his college career to creating a better place for all students.

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SARAs celebrate a decade of service

Sexual Assault Response Allies provide victims of sexual assault the option of speaking confidentially and anonymously to a fellow student.

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Putting her heart and soul into law

Lauren Sharkey ’15, JD’17, the second graduate of Willamette College of Law’s 3+3 program, hopes to use the law to improve people’s lives.

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“An orchestra at your fingertips”

Zach Duell ’18, the university’s sole organ student this semester, explains why the Bishop Family Organ is so grand.

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Willamette Singers win Best Undergraduate Large Vocal Jazz Ensemble

The group wins Best Undergraduate Large Vocal Jazz Ensemble

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The search for historical truth: Jason Lee and Willamette commemorations

Grace Pochis ’17 examines the influences that shaped how the history of the university and Jason Lee has been told.

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From the Marines to an MBA

Herschel Mapes ’16, MBA ’17 finds a refreshing challenge after choosing a nontraditional path.

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Willamette sets 2017–18 tuition and fees

CLA tuition increase is a historic low for the university.

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Final round of Bearcat Days this week

Help Admissions welcome admitted students to campus Thursday and Friday.

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Willamette team’s success leaves nothing to debate

The Debate Union heads to national tournament this week.

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Second round of Bearcat Days this week

The program follows last month’s successful admitted-student event.

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New housing changes help first-year students find common ground

First-Year Commons will include Terra, Belknap, Cascadia and Matthews halls and Baxter Complex.

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Chemistry professor secures $325K National Science Foundation grant

David Griffith and senior research students study estrogen in aquatic environments.

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Spring break reminders

Here are a few things for students to know concerning housing, food and transportation.

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Six faculty granted tenure for 2017–18 academic year

The university recognized Anna Cox, Brandi Row Lazzarini, Roy Pérez, Abigail Susik, Karen Sandrik and Kawika Pierson for their teaching, scholarship and service.

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Bearcats unite for Day of Service

In Salem and across the country, members of the Willamette country joined together to do good.

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Willamette welcomes Bearcat Days visitors

Events for admitted students kick off Thursday and Friday.

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In “Lear’s Daughters,” female voices take stage.

Feminist prequel to famous Shakespeare play imagines sisters before “King Lear.”

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In 3-2 engineering program, Donald Swen ’18 discovers challenge and success

Through Willamette’s joint degree program, Donald Swen ’18 heads abroad, works with robots and finds shorter path to advanced engineering degree.

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Atkinson Lecture speaker Ta-Nehisi Coates addressed the lies that lead to racism

Willamette’s MLK Celebration concluded with a presentation by the 2015 National Book Award winner.

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Willamette Day celebration events

Here are the events that kick off a yearlong celebration of Willamette’s past, present and future. Join in the festivities that begin Wednesday.

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ASP class of 2017 arrives on campus next week

Campus community encouraged to make the new Bearcats feel at home.

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AGSM faculty offer leadership advice to undergrads

A series of interactive events helps students get ahead in their career preparation.

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Campus jobs open for leadership — and non-leadership — types

All Willamette students are encouraged to apply for Campus Life jobs

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Winter choir tour brings Bieber and Basie to Oregon, California

Update (Jan. 9, 2017): Unfortunately, the choir tour had to be canceled due to the winter storm that paralyzed Oregon over the weekend.

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Memories, friendships celebrated at ASP closing ceremony

The American Studies Program provided a warm send-off for the class of 2016.

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Taking a stand at Standing Rock

Willamette staff member, students spend holiday break supporting pipeline protesters in North Dakota.

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Outreach program encourages girls to consider science

For 20 years and counting, the Webber scholarship has helped female scholars teach elementary students.

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Dog Days returns for finals week

If you’re feeling stressed about finals, try petting a dog.

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Willamette to add women’s lacrosse

Plans include a club team in 2017–18 and a varsity team in 2018–19.

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Recipe for a successful baking company

From an enterprising class project, two Willamette alumni built a thriving gluten-free business.

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After the Break

Four alumni share how the Take a Break program expanded their worldviews and inspired careers focused on social justice.

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Student trip highlights Oregon’s little-known racial history

Oregon Black Pioneers nonprofit leads College Colloquium trip to Portland.

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This scary, frustrating, crazy, unprecedented election

This year’s extraordinary presidential election has made voters across the country anxious and angry. At Willamette, professors and classes help students navigate through the confusion and understand why their informed vote is important.

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Identity, climate change and other topics head Carson talks

Undergraduates present findings from Carson Undergraduate Research Grants.

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Willamette students respond to the 2016 presidential debates

How is Willamette University responding to the 2016 presidential election? Find out in this video of students at DebateWatch and this preview article from Willamette magazine’s fall issue.

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Willamette students help the needy through harvest gleaning

Food Recovery Network travels to Molalla, Oregon, to collect hundreds of pounds of apples.

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Students asked to update emergency contact information

All students will be required to update their information before registering for classes.

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Roxane Gay delivers Atkinson Lecture

The acclaimed author and “bad feminist” inspired laughter, tears, social change and self-reflection.

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Out with the old, in with the new

Summer renovations transform Baxter and Doney halls.

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Season of Shakespeare

Willamette University Theatre’s new season features contemporary plays, music, dance and “Macbeth.”

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Willamette welcomes new tenure-track faculty members

They join several departments in CLA, Law and AGSM.

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Convocation speaker addresses life’s great mysteries

Robert Krulwich of Radiolab urges first-year students to cultivate wonder about the world.

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Opening Days gets the class of 2020 off to a good start

The Willamette community welcomes its newest members to campus.

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Opening Days begins this week

Willamette gears up for a new academic year and the arrival of the class of 2020.

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Assistant professor named Kavli Fellow

Katja Meyer attends the Kavli Frontiers of Science Indonesian-American Symposium.

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Questions of justice

An unusual class takes Willamette students inside prison walls to discover a new perspective on crime and punishment.

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Life of the mind

As history professor Bill Duvall retires after 45 years at Willamette, we look at how he and other legendary faculty members have helped students discover the enduring benefits of a liberal arts education.

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Long looks forward to SVP role

Former dean Carol Long returns to Willamette as senior vice president for academic and student affairs.

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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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Students explored meaning of art in “PIECES and PARTS”

Inspired by an art history class, the exhibition relied on student and faculty collaboration.

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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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Professor Peter Harmer earns Oregon mentor award

Professor Peter Harmer’s drive to help students excel earned him a statewide award.

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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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Willamette launches 24-hour crisis hotline

Through ProtoCall, students will receive immediate help from trained counselors.

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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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Alumna, professor help Anya Rogala ’16 find her way

Through the help of her mentor, Anya Rogala ’16 transforms two internships into a chosen career.

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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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Maya Kaup '17 stands up to her fears to champion important causes

Maya Kaup ’17 overcomes her aversion to the spotlight to champion important causes.

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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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New ASWU president reveals his goals for 2015-16

Shamir Cervantes '16 shares his challenges, goals for the 2015-16 year

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Walking the talk

Among his many activities, Mitch Diaz '16 serves as an admission intern and welcomes visitors to campus.

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Sigma Chi honors Jim Booth '64 with award

The award is the highest honor Sigma Chi can bestow upon its members.

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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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Green Initiative Fund awards sustainability grants to students, staff

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

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Pérez teaches his students never to settle for the world in which they live

Roy Pérez, who teaches English and American Ethnic Studies, helps his students challenge concepts of culture and power.

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Minimal disruptions expected across campus while construction ensues

Crews are working in Baxter Hall, Sparks Athletic Center and Collins Science Center.

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Willamette University launches renewed website this summer

The site is designed for mobile optimization and includes new multimedia tools for storytelling.

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Construction projects underway

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

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Willamette earns national recognition for community service efforts

The university is named on the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.

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Native American programming helped with new, $30,000 grant

The funds will help recruit, support and retain Native American students at Willamette.

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Willamette University celebrates Class of 2015 at commencement

Three acclaimed speakers helped celebrate the achievements of WU graduates on May 17.

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Willamette’s institutional advertisement lands at PDX

The airport ad is a ‘first’ in a set of collaborative marketing efforts.

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Pate '15 pursued her love for performing, activism at Willamette

An aspiring human rights journalist, Natalie Pate '15 is honing her writing skills through a reporting job with the Statesman Journal newspaper in Salem.

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Students encouraged to reduce waste by donating unwanted items

A joint rummage sale and donation drive is benefiting Greek life and the Union Gospel Mission.

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Risa Cromer '04 earns prestigious Charlotte W. Newcombe Fellowship

Risa Cromer ’04 is one of four anthropologists across the nation to receive the award.

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Seth Cotlar earns two grants to support his research project

With the awards, Seth Cotlar will continue research for his book.

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Willamette Singers achieve global recognition through DownBeat award

The jazz group gains global recognition for second straight year.

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Christina Johnson '14 earns National Science Foundation fellowship

With the stipend, Christina Johnson '14 is pursuing her doctorate in microbiology.

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Students become teachers for SSRD

On Student Scholarship Recognition Day, students lead the discussions as they present their projects.

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Altman tests competing explanations for muscles' behavior

His experiment suggests myosin, a motor protein, is behind muscles' unusual behavior.

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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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Professor Andrea Stolowitz earns second Oregon Book Award

Visiting English professor Andrea Stolowitz earns recognition for her play, "Ithaka."

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Speakers chosen for 2015 commencement ceremonies

Speakers for the undergrad, graduate schools will share remarks May 17.

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Student, alumnus earn Fulbright scholarships

Tejeswara Reddy ’12 and Elisa Ahern ’15 are both teaching English in Europe later this year.

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Willamette community explores its capitol connections at April 2 event

At the Oregon State Capitol, students and staff networked with alumni working in government.

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Two students earn Oregon newspaper internships this summer

Zane Sparling and Emily Hoard will work at Oregon newspapers this summer.

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Convocation panelists remain optimistic about Zena's future

Panelists review history, future of Zena during convocation.

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Courtney Stevens recognized in "40 Under 40: Professors Who Inspire"

NerdScholar recognized Courtney Stevens in its "40 Under 40: Professors who Inspire."

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Humanity in Action names its first Willamette University fellow

Through the program, Maria Hernandez ’15 will explore national histories of discrimination and resistance.

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Greenfield merged financial, social values at Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream

Atkinson Lecture featured Jerry Greenfield, co-founder of Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream.

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Willamette community raises over $200k

Inaugural “24 Hours of Giving” event supported by over 750 donors.

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Shields’ delicious tribute

Fans flip over his edible artworks.

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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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Student earns first Luce Scholarship

Christian Oldham ’14, MBA ’15 will spend a year in Japan studying ikebana.

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Theatre touted as nation's best by OnStage

The OnStage blog calls Willamette's Theatre program "absolutely incredible."

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Willamette ranked No. 10 for number of alumni serving in Peace Corps

With 11 alumni serving overseas, Willamette snags the No. 10 spot among small schools.

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Two students earn fellowships to study public policy this summer

Juniors Grecia Garcia and Julian Juarez will learn about public policy and international affairs this summer.

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Students find their voices through community radio

What’s it like to host a radio show? Chemistry professor Karen McFarlane Holman’s “Community Radio” students try it firsthand — and learn about themselves along the way.

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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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Biologist explores the science behind owl attacks on Salem runners

Dave Craig discusses the science behind "Owlcapone's" behavior.

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History professor selected for CIC seminar at Yale University in June

Seth Cotlar is participating in a seminar on slave narratives at Yale University in June.

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Amadou Fofana wins Mellon Fellowship at Duke University

Amadou Fofana has been awarded a Humanities Writ Large fellowship at Duke University.

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Math Department promotes team building through NSF research grant

A National Science Foundation grant is funding undergraduate mathematics research.

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Willamette among nation's best for "making an impact"

The Princeton Review lists Willamette fourth in the nation for "making an impact.”

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Unmasking a researcher

Kaeli Swift ’09 wears a mask as she uncovers the corpse. She knows she’s being watched.

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New TIUA class arrives from Japan

This week, Tokyo International University of America (TIUA) welcomed 132 new students to Salem.

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Remember poetry

In "Poetry," Chasar considers the vanishing memorized poem.

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Roger Shimomura discusses how stereotypes have influenced his art

Shimomura discusses his creative process Jan. 23 as part of MLK celebration.

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Shimomura connects art making to life events in "An American Diary"

Artist Roger Shimomura will share how race, ethnicity influenced his art in "An American Diary" on Jan. 23.

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Kiplinger's lists Willamette as one of the best value colleges in the nation

Outstanding quality and affordability were evaluated in the national report.

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Dylan Jones '15 honored as finalist for Gagliardi Trophy on Wednesday

Dylan Jones '15 was recognized as one of four finalists for the Gagliardi Trophy.

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Willamette's Global Community

The American Studies Program represents a world of experience.

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Dylan Jones '15 named one of four finalists for Gagliardi Trophy

The winner will be announced Dec. 17 at a banquet in Salem, Va.

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Willamette receives national honor for its commitment to serving others

The university is named on the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.

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Chemistry professor earns undergraduate research grant

Chuck Williamson and a team of students will study the fundamental processes of mixing two liquids.

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Kappa Sigmas don kilts during the Walk to Defeat ALS in California

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

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Alumni advise students on how to transition to the professional world

About 100 undergrads gained insight about the professional world at a networking event.

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'Oh Myyy' — George Takei sheds light on social justice issues

Actor, social justice activist shares stories of personal struggle during Atkinson Lecture.

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Speaker wants ‘yes’ on 88

Jose Antonio Vargas speaks about the Oregon ballot measure and immigration reform.

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Author shares advice for how to create a sustainable campus

Mitchell Thomashow promotes personal, community and planetary well being at Oct. 21 lecture.

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Yesenia Gallardo '10 uses her history major as a lens to see the world

From investigating environmental degradation in China to studying Latina women's understanding of organic foods, Yesenia Gallardo '09 uses her history major to better understand the world.

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Finding "The Lost Way"

The professor's latest book examines early gospels for insight into Jesus' teachings.

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Star Trees lighting hiatus intended to give trees time to recover from stress

To preserve their health, Willamette's beloved Star Trees are getting a well-deserved winter break.

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Stennett '94 explores idea of survival through art

Adam Stennett ’94 spoke at Willamette as part of the Hogue-Sponenburgh Art Lecture Series.

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Willamette Singers earned rare opportunity to perform with Ben Folds

Willamette's vocal jazz group performed with Folds and the Oregon Symphony in Portland Sept. 20.

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Altman named fellow of the Scialog 'Molecules Come to Life' Initiative

Through the fellowship, professor Altman will pursue untested ideas in physical cell biology.

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Alumni Weekend sparks analysis of Willamette University's motto

"Not unto ourselves alone are we born" is a life principle for many alumni.

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A moment with True North’s lead singer

Lead singer and vice president Kristen Grainger shares tracks from the album and thoughts about songwriting.

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‘Oh Myyy’ — George Takei is coming to Willamette University Nov. 11

Takei, an actor and social justice activist, is the Atkinson Lecture Series speaker on Nov. 11.

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Oxford audience will guide Peel's writing of "NERON KAISAR"

The first scene of Peel's opera is being performed in Oxford, England on Sept. 18.

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Two college guides rank Willamette as among best in the country

Forbes and Princeton Review gave Willamette top marks for quality, return on investment.

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U.S. News ranks Willamette among 2015's “Best Colleges”

Graduation rate and academic reputation are heavily weighted factors for the annual ranking.

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REU grant funds student research

The award supports scientific research opportunities for undergraduates.

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Alumnus runs across America to learn about community problems

Adam Meyer '09 seeks to engage with people whose lives he hopes to improve.

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Lynda Barry discusses creativity at convocation address Aug. 22

American cartoonist and author Lynda Barry is delivering the convocation speech Aug. 22.

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Loos earns NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

The 10th Bearcat winner since '05, he'll study chemical engineering at Columbia University.

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Theatre announces 2014-15 season

Dramas, comedies and musicals are showing at Willamette from late September through early May.

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Through consortium, Northwest colleges launch a three-campus course

Foodsystems Northwest course connects colleges, students and sustainable agriculture.

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Alumna studies racism, colonialism in Canada through Fulbright grant

Em Dickey '11 will spend nine months studying racism, colonialism in Canada.

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Willamette's personal atmosphere noted in Fiske Guide to Colleges

The university is lauded for its personal atmosphere and engaged professors.

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Track athlete named Second Team Capital One Academic All-America

Bekah Daniel '14 joins other alumnae named as Capital One Academic America winners.

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Rita Moore examines American culture in her new young adult novel

Rita Moore's new book, "A School for the Dead,” is coming out this summer.

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Freedman '09 earns prestigious award to study public health abroad

Hayley Freedman '09 wins a scholarship to earn her master's degree in Europe.

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Willamette students earn awards to study abroad in China this year

A scholarship is helping Yasmine Genena ’16 and Shelby Decker ’16 study abroad.

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WU counseling services director gains new role with state board

Don Thomson was appointed to the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists.

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Taylor '11 is one of select few to earn two BMI Student Composer Awards

Alumnus wins second BMI honor for creating an original, classical composition.

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Statement about Professor Emeritus Robert Hess

Professor Emeritus Robert Hess passed away on Thursday, May 8.

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Two WU students learn business, leadership skills as Kemper Scholars

Luz Reyna '17 and Zach Ward '17 will spend their summers learning business management skills.

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Politics professor continues book research through AAUW grant

With the award, Jonneke Koomen is researching how sexual violence is investigated, understood in East Africa.

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For the first time, Willamette musicians earn DownBeat awards

Two students and a choral group are recognized for their musical prowess.

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WU chemistry student earns national scholarship for her outreach work

Jenny Grauberger ’15 is recognized for her work empowering women, advancing medical research.

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New book by Richard Ellis explores gay rights, freedom of association

Politics professor Richard Ellis publishes “Judging the Boy Scouts of America."

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Leonard believes citizen engagement is key to promoting sustainability

Environmentalist Annie Leonard stresses the value of "exercising citizen muscles."

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Willamette University awarded grant to support student research

A $700,000 grant is supporting research experiences in the arts, humanities and human sciences.

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MIT professor encourages students to consider careers in the sciences

Catherine Drennan tours Salem to stress value of science education to students.

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WU awarded grant to enhance sustainability, Asian programs

The study of Asia and environmental sustainability is enhanced through a $400,000 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation.

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Sexism exists within the video game industry, according to student study

Jen Allaway '15 is encouraged by people's reactions to her study on sexism within the gaming industry.

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Rhetoric and media studies students present research papers in Idaho

The rhetoric and media studies majors are sharing their research with the Northwest Communication Association.

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English professor Allison Hobgood releases second book in two years

English professor Allison Hobgood explores the emotional experience of theater goers in Renaissance England.

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Two Willamette professors receive grants to fund their science research

MJ Murdock Charitable Trust helps fund hands-on research experience for six Willamette students.

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WU student learns administration skills through El Pomar Fellowship

Hannah Staller '14 will learn leadership, management skills in Colorado.

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WU student shares her research on sexism in the video game industry

Jen Allaway '15 is discussing sexism within the game industry in San Francisco March 20.

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Best-selling author Sherman Alexie shares stories about his childhood

Through the Atkinson Lecture Series, Alexie gave insight into his childhood on the Spokane Indian Reservation.

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Martha Sonato '15 jump-starts her career through the PPIA program

Through the highly selective program, Martha Sonato '15 will learn about public policy.

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