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January 2015 News

Shimomura connects art making to life events in "An American Diary"


Artist Roger Shimomura will share how race, ethnicity influenced his art in "An American Diary" on Jan. 23.

Freshmen explore complexities of poverty through volunteer service


Students in Courtney Steven's College Colloquium helped local agencies to better understand the connections between poverty and education.

Tort expert Goldberg to deliver Peterson Series lecture


Goldberg to deliver Peterson lecture

Alumnus, visiting English professor nominated for Oregon Book Awards


An alumnus and visiting English professor were both nominated for their plays.

Teachers are invited to an Evening for Educators


Join Elizabeth Garrison for a workshop previewing "Roger Shimomura: An American Knockoff" at Hallie Ford Museum of Art. Jan. 27, 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Former Oregon Governor believes the fight for equality must continue


Former Oregon Gov. Barbara Roberts shares her personal story as part of a MLK celebration.

Roger Shimomura discusses how stereotypes have influenced his art


Explore Roger Shimomura's profound journey as an artist and Japanese-American. From childhood internment to challenging stereotypes through vibrant artwork.

Class spurs Mara Hansen '06 to pursue a career in public health


Mara Hansen's passion for public health was ignited by one class. Today, through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Hansen '06 travels the world to improve health care services for the poor.

Moot Court proves trial practice is not a moot point


Willamette hosts National Moot Court regionals

AGSM Establishes Scholarship Honoring Judy O'Neill


Donate now to recognize her 25 years of service.

Grant supports student archaeology research at the Ness of Brodgar


M. H. Wiener Foundation helps students unearth new finds in Scotland.

“Helen” opens at Willamette Feb. 19


“Helen” opens at Willamette Feb. 19

Kaeli Swift

Unmasking a researcher

02.02.2015 | Adam Torgerson

Kaeli Swift ’09 wears a mask as she uncovers the corpse. She knows she’s being watched.

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