‘Phenomenon on the lawn’ attracts national attention

by Adam Torgerson,

On Aug. 21, the world watched as the sun retreated behind the moon for the Great American Eclipse.

Earth's largest gathering of solar scientists observed from Willamette's campus, attracting major national and international media to preview and cover the event:

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For more photos and video of campus during the totality, see Willamette celebrates the eclipse.

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