April 2017 Edition
The campus is blooming with color, thanks to the dedicated work of our Green Award-winning grounds crew. Bearcats across the country united for our inaugural Day of Service, the Social Pow wow continued a venerated tradition, and the Debate Union aims to close successful season at nationals. Read on for more of the latest Willamette news. Share your story ideas with us at email@example.com.
As part of the university’s 175th anniversary celebration, members of the Willamette community in Salem and across the country joined together to do good.
A near-record number attended this annual event celebrating tradition and culture.
After a string of recent successes, the Debate Union prepares for the national tournament.
Willamette University grounds team honored with the 2017 Mid-Willamette Valley Green Award for Large Sustainable Business of the Year.
One of Willamette Law’s specialty certificate programs provides a substantial foundation in mediation and negotiation for all law students.
Nick Lawson ’12, MBA’14 synthesized art, athletics and management skills to launch a fantasy sports app.
Bearcats sweep top three spots with Sam Hinton ’19 in first, Kenneth Sheldon ’19 in second and Clark Wilson ’17 in third.
The university recognized Anna Cox, Brandi Row Lazzarini ’96, Roy Pérez, Abigail Susik, Karen Sandrik and Kawika Pierson for their teaching, scholarship and service.
Griffith and senior research students will study estrogen and what happens to the hormone when released into aquatic environments.
Alumni donate photos and letters from 1954 student bike trip to Willamette University Archives and Special Collections.