Salem, OR — Willamette University’s faculty trio, the Willamette Chamber Players (Anita King, piano, Jason Duckles, cello and Daniel Rouslin, violin), will present a program of Beethoven, Bloch, and Ravel at 7:30 PM on Tuesday, April 2, 2013 in Hudson Hall.
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Salem, Oregon -The Hallie Ford Chair in Writing and the Department of English at Willamette University host a reading by Oregon Poet Laureate Paulann Petersen on Wednesday, March 13. The event will take place at 7:30 p.m. in the Hatfield Room of Willamette’s library and is free and open to the public.
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Averages 17.3 Points per Game in 2012-13, Finishes Career with 1,242 Points
SALEM, ORE. — Willamette University senior guard Terrell Malley (Portland, OR/Roosevelt HS), who has excited Bearcats fans by making quick drives to the basket and by swishing 3-point shots for the last four seasons, has been named Honorable Mention All-Northwest Conference for the 2012-13 season. It is the second year in a row that Malley has earned Honorable Mention All-NWC recognition.
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Marinello Finishes 8th in 200 Breaststroke
FEDERAL WAY, WASH. — Alex Guffey (Fr., Seattle, WA/Roosevelt HS) of Willamette University placed seventh in the championship finals of the men’s 100-yard freestyle during the last session of the 2013 Northwest Conference Swimming Championships on Sunday evening, Feb. 10 at the King County Aquatic Center.
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SALEM, Ore. — Willamette University’s Grace Goudy Distinguished Artists Series has teamed up with the Salem Chamber Orchestra to present the acclaimed baroque quartet, Red Priest, in several performances and a master class. All events are in Hudson Hall, inside the Mary Stuart Rogers Music Center on the Willamette campus.
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Willamette University hires Michael Beseda to lead enrollment and communications
SALEM, Ore. – On Tuesday, Willamette University President Stephen E. Thorsett announced the appointment of Michael Beseda as Vice President of Enrollment and University Communications. Beseda will begin at Willamette in June.
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SALEM, Ore. — American Indian mascot issues will be addressed through this year’s Founders Day performance.
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Pastorino is First Team, Reeder on Second Team, Lyons on Third Team
SALEM, ORE. – Three Willamette University football players have been named to the 2012 All-West Region Team, as selected by D3Football.com. Cody Pastorino (Sr., S, Glenn, CA/Willows HS) was selected to the First Team, Taylor Reeder (Sr., OT, Prunedale CA/Palma HS) was named to the Second Team, and Ben Lyons (Sr., DE, Anchorage, AK/South Anchorage HS) was chosen for the Third Team.
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DeLong and Josephson each Score Nine Points for Bearcats
SALEM, ORE. – Montana State University-Northern took advantage of its many free throw opportunities against Willamette University at Cone Field House on Saturday, Dec. 8. The Skylights hit 29 of 36 charity shots on their way to a 67-53 victory over the Bearcats.
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Salem, Oregon — Have you ever wondered what leisure time was like before people were entertained by their iPhone G5, HDTV, DVD, CD, DVR, MP3, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 to name a few electronic devices in common use today? To find out come experience “A Victorian Christmas” as John Doan transforms Willamette University’s Hudson Hall on Friday, November 30th at 8:00 p.m. into a time machine that will transport the audience back to a parlor of a century ago with thoughtful and sometimes zany performances that include audience sing-alongs and whistle-alongs. This festive program in its 26th year is a live version of his Emmy-Nominated Public Broadcasting television special featuring dozens of authentic instruments that include harp guitar, classical banjo, ukelin, an early roller organ, an Edison phonograph and a multi-media presentation of rare archival photos of people caught in the act of making their own music.
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