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    Willamette Law hosts ‘A Conversation with Senator Murkowski’

    Murkowski JD’85 returns to her alma mater for an interactive evening with Willamette students.

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    SOAR Center supports basic student needs

    Free food, books and clothing are offered through a new student-led initiative.

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Stories and News

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2018 Election results for Willamette Law graduates and students

In the 2018 elections, several graduates — as well as a current student — of Willamette University’s College of Law ran for elected positions.

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Two Willamette Law students land D.C. externships

Emily Lohman JD'19 and Taylor VanScoy JD'18 landed externships in our nation's capital — an experience that cannot be replicated in a classroom.

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CLA implements new academic advising system

SAGE replaces JASON and WebAdvisor for Spring 2019 registration. Help is available.

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Working together for a ‘strong future’ for Willamette MBA

Professor Michael Hand will serve as interim dean of the Atkinson Graduate School of Management.

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Upcoming events

Star Trees Lighting and Holiday Celebration

Dec. 1

Join us for our annual holiday dinner, the lighting of the Star Trees and the music department’s holiday concert.

Waller Hall at night next to grove of giant sequoias decorated in holiday lights, a crown surrounding them, in the dark
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Cardinal & Gold Day, Signature Saturdays

Nov. 10, 12 and 17, Dec. 1

Prospective students are invited to visit. Saturday events feature the arts, politics, STEM and more.

cardinal and gold day graphic
On exhibit

Enrique Chagoya: Reverse Anthropology

Nov. 3–Jan. 27

Subversive prints explore contemporary cultural clashes, immigration, colonialism and more.
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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New Willamette ‘hotel’ provides good ‘bee-search’

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

Two female students hold a bee
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Switchboard makes connections for jobs and more

An alumna launches a new career thanks to the free Willamette community resource.

an alumna speaks with former White House Chief of Staff Leon Panetta and Sylvia Panetta, his wife
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Creativity flourishes with new arts fellowship

Students gain more access to faculty mentorship, funding and peer learning communities.

Student shows off sculpture at art opening.