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    Families and alumni celebrate the Willamette community

    Family Weekend and Homecoming combine for action-packed days of entertainment, commemoration and fun.

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    New Willamette ‘hotel’ provides good ‘bee-search’

    Faculty member, students build bee hotel to learn more about the species’ behavior.

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Information forum on Claremont School of Theology

University leadership will update the community on current activities and plans between Willamette and CST.

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Gunnar Gundersen

TIUA’s Gundersen to retire in December

For more than 30 years, Gunnar Gundersen, executive vice president of Tokyo International University America, has been instrumental in building the American Studies Program and developing the lasting integration between Willamette and TIUA.

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New parking meters on Winter Street

You must pay at the parking stations along Winter Street to park or the city will ticket you.

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Upcoming event

Atkinson Lecture: Winona LaDuke

Oct. 22

Anishinaabe author, activist and rural development economist to speak at Willamette.

Winona LaDuke speaks before a crowd
Upcoming event

Blockchain: The Revolution Extends Beyond Cryptocurrency

Nov. 7

Learn about blockchain technology and cryptocurrency from industry executives, insiders and experts.

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On exhibit

Witness: Themes of Social Justice

Sept. 15–Dec. 21

Artists explore issues of race, identity and social justice in contemporary printmaking and photography.
Alison Saar (American, b. 1956), “Indigo Blue (Sea Island Pure),” 2016, ed. 2/3, intaglio, 12 x 11 3/4 inches, Collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer, 2016.90. Photo: Strode Photographic LLC
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Professor Richards receives national award for teaching excellence

The civic communication and media professor was lauded for using civic engagement and experiential projects to help students learn.

Cindy Richards
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Willamette University Theatre finds a new twist on old classics

The 2018-19 season presents theatre, dancing and music.

Character wearing wooden mask with hands outstretched in a Y before a blue and red backdrop
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Students, alumni enjoy music, art and more at ZenaFest

The annual event at Willamette’s rural facility merged creative arts and abundant natural resources.

Hunter Noack plays a grand piano in the middle of a field at Willamette's Zena campus