September 2013 News
Describing the exhibition as “deep, fascinating and complex,” Keith Dull is displaying an array of his art prints at Willamette University through Dec. 13.
It is your weekend to indulge your inner Indiana Jones.
Trustee and alumna Mary K. Hughes JD’74 joins the leading college governance association board.
Join us for this four part film series featuring David Suchet as Agatha Christie's famous character Hercule Poirot.
Professors Courtney Stevens, Chris Smith and Joyce Millen dispense advice to students at convocation.
Shana Cooper '99 founded her own theatre company and directs plays on both coasts. Now she returns to Willamette to direct "The Conference of the Birds."
Nature and politics are among the topics discussed at a Sept. 24 lecture.
To broaden people's definitions of art, students Ben Martin '16 and Emma Jonas '15 are bringing two exhibitions to campus this month.
Learn more about how votive sculptures, plaques, and other items found in Sumerian temples reflect the mythology and religious beliefs of these ancient people.
Poet Arisa White will read from her works Sept. 25 as part of the Hallie Ford Literary Series.
The Arthur M.Sackler Foundation in New York gifts 11 superb examples of Chinese art to the museum
Symeonides is one of only two American members in his field.
Katherine Lacy '15 spent her summer conducting scientific research through the Amgen Scholars Program.
The university tops the list of Oregon's liberal arts colleges.
The search for the divine is showcased in “The Conference of the Birds,” opening Sept. 27 at Willamette University.
With more than 1,060 participants, Willamette likely set a new record in Red Light/Green Light.
Biology professor Chris Smith will study Joshua trees and yucca moths with help from a CAREER grant.
Teachers are invited to an Evening for Educators
Join us for a lecture with New York Times best-selling author Brian Fagan.