Willamette magazine distribution changes

by University Communications,

The campus community is encouraged to read the online version.

As a result of reader feedback, the university’s commitment to sustainable practices and budget conditions, fewer print copies of Willamette magazine will be distributed on campus.

Starting with the fall 2016 issue, print copies will still be made available to academic departments (via their chairs) and to administrative offices. The magazine will also be available in public high-traffic areas such as the University Center, Hatfield Library and Goudy Commons.

On-campus readers are encouraged to read the online version of the magazine or share print copies among their colleagues. University Communications will also post content from the magazine through the website and social media.

If you’ve finished reading the fall 2016 issue — or received two copies by mistake — please consider returning it to University Communications via on-campus mail, where staff will put it to good use.

If you have questions, contact Melissa Gallardo, communications coordinator.

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