January 2013 News
Red Priest featured at Grace Goudy Distinguished Artist Series
On Feb. 5, fiction writer Gabriel Blackwell will read selections from his works as part of the Hallie Ford Literary Series.
Five Northwest artists will showcase their use of found, recycled and discarded treasures in the Hatfield Library throughout February.
Tiger Club mixes work and play to mentor youths at Bush Elementary School
WU Theatre presents “Brightly Dawning Day”
Professor Gwynne Skinner Retained as Expert to the International Corporate Accountability Roundtable
Prof. Skinner has litigated cases involving corporate complicity for human rights
Students investigated access to clean water and sanitation
More than 120 Willamette students and staff volunteered throughout Salem Jan. 21 in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.
U.S. Navy Band to perform at Willamette University
Phylis Myles was a founder of Oregon Women Lawyers
The student African Studies Club will explore African culture through a week of conversation, activities and speakers Feb. 10 to 16.
Jessica "Jo" Heupel appears on the cover of British Archaeology magazine for making a rare discovery.
Alumna credits her study-abroad experiences as a student for inspiring her to publish her recipes.
As the inaugural student winner of NEW x NW, Emily Golden’s play is being performed in Portland.
As part of the Atkinson Lecture Series, writer Andrew Sullivan will present, "Knowing (and Loving) Thine Enemy: Gays, Conservatives and Common Ground.
American Indian mascot issues will be addressed through Willamette’s Indian Country Conversations Series at this year’s Willamette Day performance.
Two Willamette students launch a new poetry-writing program at the Oregon State Penitentiary
An exhibition featuring the work of Bethany Hays is on display in the Roger W. Rogers Gallery at Willamette University’s Mary Stuart Rogers Music Center. The exhibition, “Piling Up: Paintings by Bethany Hays,” is on view from Jan. 14 through May 15.
Through Teach for America, Brad Schultz and Candace Hamar will instruct disadvantaged youths.
Green is one of five nonfiction finalists
Two Willamette professors will learn in April if they win awards in their respective categories.
Julian Bond, past chairman of the NAACP, will discuss the Civil Rights Movement at Willamette Jan. 18.
New students gain appreciation for Salem through class
America’s most famous sustainable farmer to deliver Dempsey Lecture