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    Commencement 2017

    Willamette's three schools celebrated graduates and commemorated 175 years.

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    Rob Passage named Willamette University’s Director of Intercollegiate Athletics

    Passage assumes the role after serving as interim director over the past five months.

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    SARAs celebrate a decade of service

    Members of Sexual Assault Response Allies provide victims of sexual assault the option of speaking confidentially and anonymously to a fellow student.

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Stories and News

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Welcome Willamette’s summer visitors

Conferences, camps and other activities will bring groups of all ages to campus. Here are events beginning in May and June.

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Rising 2L Jackie Sandmeyer awarded Shepherd Legal Scholarship

Jackie Sandmeyer works full-time and goes to law school, dedicating most days to the LGBTQ community and constantly striving to find ways to give back.

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Green Fund awards sustainability grants

From bike racks outside Montag to a local symposium about refugees, the Green Fund program is sponsoring diverse projects that advance sustainability, equity and social justice on campus and in our community.

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Upcoming Event

Commencement

May 14

Celebrate our graduates from the College of Liberal Arts, College of Law and Atkinson Graduate School of Management.

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Upcoming event

Solar Eclipse

Aug. 21

Watch the total solar eclipse from the university’s north lawn.

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Art exhibition

“Turned On! The American Blacklight Poster, 1967–71”

May 13–July 16

Hallie Ford Museum of Art offers viewers the fun of stepping into a 60s-style blacklight room.

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Willamette Singers win Best Undergraduate Large Vocal Jazz Ensemble

The group wins Best Undergraduate Large Vocal Jazz Ensemble

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“An orchestra at your fingertips”

Zach Duell ’18, the university’s sole organ student this semester, explains why the Bishop Family Organ is so grand.

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Developing “curious minds”

Estate gifts of $6.8 million will support generations of Willamette students.

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