• Global Perspective

    Global Perspective

    Sustainable Solutions

    From researching environmental degradation in China to studying Latina women's views of organic foods, Yesenia Gallardo '09 uses her history major to learn about the world.  

  • Passion & Purpose

    Passion & Purpose

    Weaving a Story

    Nora Canty '15 guest curated an exhibit on Pendleton blankets, which is showing through Dec. 24 at the Willamette Heritage Center. 

  • Prepared for Success

    Prepared for Success

    Crowning Achievement

    When she's not studying or working two jobs, Ariana Piscitelli '15 serves as Miss Tillamook County Rodeo Queen.  

  • Prepared for Success

    Prepared for Success

    Job Ready

    Career Services uses three programs to help incoming students plan for their future.  

  • Passion & Purpose

    Passion & Purpose

    Creating Awareness

    Through his job at the Cascade AIDS Project in Portland, Edgar Mendez '12 has learned that HIV does not discriminate. 

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Author dispenses advice on sustainability Mitchell Thomashow promotes personal, community and planetary well being at Oct. 21 lecture.

Carson grant program celebrates 25 years Carson Scholars gathered Oct. 17 to honor the program's continued success.

Patterson shares "The Lost Way" The professor's latest book examines early gospels for insight into Jesus' teachings.

Star Trees lighting taking a hiatus To preserve their health, Willamette's beloved Star Trees are getting a well-deserved winter break.

MBA professor recognized by Aspen Institute Tim Johnson earns accolades for his innovative teaching practices.

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In the Media

Vargas promotes driver's license measure

Portland Tribune  (Oct 28)

Fractals completed at Willamette

Statesman Journal  (Oct 27)

Ike Box supports students, youth

Statesman Journal  (Oct 25)

Diller describes "home rule"

Daily Emerald  (Oct 24)