American Studies Program students join the community

by University Communications,

  • ASP arrival
    Bryan Schmidt, director of campus recreation, leads ice breakers for the new class of ASP students.
  • ASP arrival
    It wouldn't be official without a photo of the carpet at PDX. (Photo by Barby Dressler)
  • ASP arrival
    These new Bearcats flew into PDX. Others came in through Seattle. (Photo by Barby Dressler)
  • ASP arrival
    Members of the Willamette community welcome the new students at the airport with signs. (Photo by Barby Dressler)
  • ASP arrival
    Students and staff gather to welcome the new ASP students. (Photo by Kendrick Arakaki)
  • ASP arrival
    Students participate in activities at ASP Opening Days.
  • ASP arrival
    Bryan Schmidt, director of campus recreation, leads an activity at ASP Opening Days.
  • ASP arrival
    Students participate in activities at ASP Opening Days.
  • ASP arrival
    Students participate in activities at ASP Opening Days.
  • ASP arrival
    Students participate in activities at ASP Opening Days.
  • ASP arrival
    Carol Long, senior vice president for academic and student affairs, greets the new ASP students. (Photo by Kendrick Arakaki)
  • ASP arrival
    Students participate in activities at ASP Opening Days. (Photo by Kendrick Arakaki)
  • ASP arrival
    UpTop sings at the welcome dinner for the ASP students. (Photo by Kendrick Arakaki)

Last week, Willamette University welcomed 119 ASP students to campus. Here are some photos from the airport, welcome dinner and ASP Opening Days.

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