March 20, 2019
Your weekly source of official university information.
Dancer at the pow wow
FEATURED NEWS
Generations gather for Social Pow wow
March 20, 2019
For 17 years, the Native and Indigenous Student Union has presented the annual event. Here are some photographic highlights.
FEATURED ANNOUNCEMENT
Dining services during spring break
Rick’s Cafe will be open for lunch during the week. Goudy, Kaneko and Montag will be closed.
Lindsey Leisinger
FEATURED ANNOUNCEMENT
Bulletin on hiatus during spring break
Last Today@Willamette is Friday. There will be no weekly bulletin next week. Today resumes March 31.
Tom Mayhall Rastrelli
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film posters for three films: woman sleeping on forest floor, a kayak, a snowy road
FEATURED EVENT
March 21, 2019
Outdoor Program presents three MEC short films: “Facing Sunrise,” “Freedom,” and “Escape.” First 30 people to arrive will receive SheJumps stickers.
Ying Quartet and Billy Childs
FEATURED EVENT
April 5
Tickets are on sale for the Grace Goudy Distinguished Artists Series featuring the 2018 Grammy winner for Best Jazz Instrumental Album.
FEATURED EVENT
Spring Break Kick Off
March 20, 2019
WEB and Alianza commence spring break with pizza, board games, music, prizes and fun.
FEATURED EVENT
Service Saturday: Mission of HOPE food distribution
March 30, 2019
Help distribute goods to community members experiencing food insecurity. Transportation will be provided.
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In The Media
New Faculty/Staff:
  • Faith Danforth: Executive Director of Advancement Strategy and Operations - Advancement
Students sitting by the Mill Stream with clock tower in background    students in half circle on bridge underneath Liberty Street    Small, light-copper dog with red sweater with a gold W

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