May 2013 News
Through research for her thesis and the LARC program, Dina Saraí Rivas ’13 discovers her passion for helping minority students succeed in college.
Michael Strelow explores Portland's history through the life of a 19th century brewer.
Hallie Ford Museum of Art offers free admission to military personnel and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day 2013.
Dale Mortensen '61, winner of a Nobel Prize, was elected to the National Academy of Sciences.
The Hallie Ford Museum of Art won't charge patrons on International Museum Day.
Several acclaimed speakers helped celebrate the achievements of WU's graduates this month.
Independent experts will work with students, faculty and staff to assess the university's reporting and response systems.
The university suspends the fraternal organization pending a conduct review.
Community members are sought for harassment and sexual assault working group.
Rachel Dierken ’13 credits Willamette for helping to launch her career in international education.
On May 24, Willamette Academy will celebrate 17 academy students who are graduating from high school.
Alex Kubitz's paper ties for best by the Northwest Communication Association.
Willamette MBAs Compete Successfully in California Dreamin' Event
Celebrating their achievements in music and the end of their time at Willamette University, 10 graduating seniors are performing in the 2013 Senior Honors Recital in Hudson Hall on May 11.
In addition to aid, Sam Gonzales ’16 will intern with a nonprofit and for-profit company during two summers.
The president updates Willamette community about Sigma Chi conduct
At Willamette, Jose Alvarado developed school spirit by mentoring youths, joining clubs and engaging with his professors. Now, he's continuing his schooling at the University of San Francisco.