"Erin Milos grew up on a farm in Dufur, Oregon. Though she was surrounded by agricultural crops of wheat and fruit, early on she had an interest in becoming a lawyer."
"Professor Steve Green anticipates years of debate over business, religion and the First Amendment."
Conservation, climate change discussed at national sustainability convention in Portland.Category:
How an inquisitive mind led Jim Cuno ’73 into one of the greatest museums in the worldCategory:
Ann Pancake, who uses a lyrical style to write about the devastating impacts of mountaintop removal mining, is the Hallie Ford Literary Series featured speaker on Nov. 5.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” William Shakespeare’s comedy of fantasy and fairies, is about to be performed in a whole new way Nov. 15-16 at Willamette University.
“Veracity: A Dance Concert” is coming to Willamette University Nov. 13-22.
From investigating environmental degradation in China to studying Latina women's understanding of organic foods, Yesenia Gallardo '09 uses her history major to better understand the world.Category:
Carson Scholars gathered Oct. 17 to honor the program's continued success.Category:
The Nine Elements of a Sustainable Campus
Two local writers featured as part of New Voices Showcase Oct. 21
Lecture: "Dilemma of Democratic Socialism"
Nora Canty '15 weaves together a story about Pendleton Woolen Mills through a new exhibition at the Willamette Heritage Center.
Willamette's MBA program listed among Oregon's top 100 nonprofit organizations.
“The Box Marked Black: Tales from a Halfrican American growing up Mulatto. With sock puppets!” is debuting at Willamette University Oct. 24-25.