September 2017 News

Eclipse 2017

Willamette Academy makes important progress

The executive director provides an update on the popular college access program for underrepresented students.


First-year law student quoted in Statesman Journal and AP news stories

Samantha Klausen JD’20 attended the Salem City Council meeting Monday to speak out against the proposed sit-lie ordinance.


Law student spends eight weeks in Europe studying abroad

Jack Wray JD’19 traveled across the globe — 5,628 miles to be exact — to study law this summer.


Response to federal review of Title IX guidance

Willamette will continue its best-practice processes for prevention of and response to sexual misconduct.


Exec in Residence Yocom visits AGSM

From Atkinson to D.C. and back


AAJ Moot Court Competition names winners

The final night of the American Association for Justice Moot Court Competition concluded September 14, with the duo of James Sullivan and Sarah Lowe named the winners.


Attorney-Mentor Program kicks off 2017–18 academic year

The Willamette Law Placement Office matched 110 students with attorney mentors for the 2017-18 school year.

Jim Albaugh ’72

Willamette trustee honors legendary mathematics professor

A $5.5 million pledge will impact students and faculty in mathematics and physics.

Alumni Weekend ’17

Alumni Weekend reunites and reconnects

The campus community worked together to create a memorable, meaningful weekend for alumni.

Wendy Red Star

Hallie Ford honors 25 years of contemporary American Indian art

Art museum has long history with Crow’s Shadow Institute of Arts.


Students sign up for a variety of clubs and groups

Activities and Resources Expo featured more than 100 opportunities for student involvement.


Alumni Weekend will bring Bearcat grads back to campus

Events for alumni to reconnect and reunite with classmates kick off on Friday.


Poor air quality expected in Salem this week

Limit outdoor activities and seek resources as needed.


Willamette welcomes incoming students

Undergraduate, graduate students represent dozens of states and several foreign countries.


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