Photo Post: Willamette University

I’m back from an excellent weekend in Salem, spent with my best friends doing fun things like laser tag and watching Legend of Korra, and now I’m going to break with the Japan theme for a day to do a US photo post. Salem is the home of my alma mater, Willamette University, and I took a bunch of pictures on Friday afternoon that I want to share.

Willamette University

Welcome, from the corner of Winter and State.

Willamette Clock Tower

The clock tower.

Willamette Eaton and Waller

The State Street side of Eaton and Waller Halls.

Willamette Walton Hall

Walton Hall. I had all my Japanese classes here.

Willamette Waller Hall

Waller Hall, home of the admin offices. Fun fact: it’s the oldest building west of the Mississippi that’s still in use.

Willamette Mill Stream

The Mill Stream, looking towards Goudy Commons (the dining hall).

I hope you enjoyed this little visit to my very small (~2,000 students) liberal arts university in the Pacific Northwest. WU has a beautiful campus and I love it.