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The Best Coffee Shops Nearby – According to an Undergrad »

Welcome to Willamette! You may have heard that Seattle is the coffee capital of the Northwest, but you needn’t go further north for great coffee — it’s right here in Salem. You may be tempted to search on Yelp for a coffee shop, or maybe you already have. Coffee fuels the mind, body, and soul, […]

Spring Open House »

Willamette Law’s Spring Open House is on April 1, 2017. There is still time to sign up for this free event, both prospective and admitted students are welcome to attend. Please RSVP here. The day offers many opportunities to meet with Willamette Law faculty, staff, and students. Click here for more information about the schedule […]

Campus Treasures »

College campuses are commonly known for having hidden treasures around the school. Things you often don’t learn about until you are a student, because they aren’t talked about much. So, we did some digging and found these treasures to share with you. Here are some of Willamette University’s hidden treasures: Star trees: Planted in 1942, […]

Salem for Newcomers »

Two of Willamette’s admissions counselors, Katharine and Will, have moved to Salem within the past six months. It’s been fun for us both to explore a new city. Here are some of our favorite things about Salem. Downtown Salem Salem is growing, and the city’s vibrant central core is the nexus of that growth. Downtown […]

January Free Practice LSAT »

You are invited to take a free practice LSAT at Willamette Law on Saturday, January 21, 2017. Please click here to RSVP. Willamette Law wants to help students prepare for the LSAT. One of the best ways to prepare is to take a practice LSAT test under time constraints. This helps you estimate the amount […]

Willamette: Training Grounds for Pokémon Trainers »

Pokémon GO, an augmented reality game that allows the user to catch Pokémon in real world locations, has taken over parks, downtown neighborhoods, and college campuses. The game uses the GPS signal from the user’s cell phone to track their location. As the walking distance of the user increases, so will the number of Pokemon […]