January 2014 News

Economics professor wins grant

Yan Liang is traveling to China to investigate the causes, effects of shadow banks.

Willamette shares support for Mertens

The team and community show support as the Bearcat kicker comes out publicly.

WU rallies around athlete

After publicly coming out as bisexual, WU football player expresses gratitude for overwhelming support.

Civil rights panel tackles social justice

Legal experts spurred by MLK to champion for fairness for all.

Art: Andrew Myers

Science and art meet in “Where-Wolf (Willamette University),” a new exhibition showing in the Rogers Gallery through May 15.

Living Willamette's Motto

After discovering their calling at Willamette, 2008 graduates Dawn Albert and Jenny McKenzie continue working as advocates in San Francisco.

Waller Piano Trio off to nationals

The Willamette chamber group is the first in Oregon to compete at the MTNA national conference.

Theatre: "Proof"

“Proof,” an award-winning play that explores the boundaries between genius and instability, is opening Feb. 14 at Willamette University.

Art History: Hogue-Sponenburgh Lecture

Art History: Hogue-Sponenburgh Lecture

MLK Day inspires community service

Nearly 200 Willamette students and staff volunteered at six sites throughout Salem on Jan. 20.

Turning Dreams into Reality

His interest in city government was cemented as a Willamette student. Now Ben Bryant '09 works as the management analyst for the City of Tualatin.

Willamette breaks world record

Willamette is the new record holder in Red Light/Green Light for having the most players.

Remembering Dale Mortensen '61

The renowned economist and Nobel Prize-winning alumnus championed education.

Pardon Our Dust

Capital projects are underway

WU's location feeds political aspirations

Each year, dozens of Willamette University students intern with legislators, state leaders and the governor at the Oregon State Capitol. No other college or university in the Northwest offers such direct access to state government.

Professor nominated for Oregon Book Award

English professor Scott Nadelson receives nod for his memoir, "The Next Scott Nadelson."