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The Tom McCall Center for Civic Engagement hopes everyone will participate in the midterm election on Nov. 6, 2018. As a college student, you have the choice to vote in Oregon or as an absentee resident of your home state. In addition to casting a ballot, there are opportunities to help register fellow student voters or inform others on election issues. 

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A reminder that the university will test the Boxer Alerts emergency notification system at 12:15 p.m. on Sept. 21. 

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The centers have consolidated to advance their shared mission to empower students to engage as active members of larger communities.

Upcoming Events

All day event Creamery (Milky Way) Whether you're testing the water for the first time or ready to hang ten from the get-go, join us for a day at the coast. We've got the gear and the know-how, you need to catch the waves you've been dreaming about. Student Price: $35

5:00 PM Stoller Center GYM- 123A/123B/123C-All Courts Come support your Volleyball Team as they take on Whitworth University! GO BOXERS! Ticket Information:http://www.goboxers.com/sports/2012/1/20/GEN_0120125528.aspx

12:00 PM Outdoor Areas Hanson Stadium Come support your Men's Soccer Team as they take on Willamette University! GO BOXERS! Ticket Information:http://www.goboxers.com/sports/2012/1/20/GEN_0120125528.aspx

1:00 PM to 5:00 PM Scott Hall, Kathrin Cawein Gallery This work in this exhibition is inspired by explorations along the swash zone of the beaches in the Pacific Northwest. The artist searches for balance in a world full of disruptions in communication, economics, climate, civility, privacy, and personal identity. Join us to view the exhibition from 1-5 p.m. Mondays - Fridays. (Free)

1:00 PM to 5:00 PM Cawein Gallery, Scott Hall New Paintings and Drawing by Doug Anderson

5:30 PM Stoller Center GYM- 123A/123B/123C-All Courts Come support your JV Volleyball Team as they take on Yakima Valley Community College! GO BOXERS!

7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Marsh Hall Taylor Auditorium 216 Washington County’s contest to select a new county commission chair is, arguably, the second most important candidate election in the state after the governor’s race. The new chair will be a crucial player in the county’s role as the economic engine for the entire state. Washington County is also facing issues of growth, conservation, water resources, traffic, and land use. In addition, the county commission is the governing body for the second largest urban population center in the state—unincorporated suburban Washington County—which would be by far the second largest Oregon city if it were incorporated. Come hear from Bob Terry and Kathyrn Harrington about the issues and ask them questions about their priorities, how they will approach issues, and the future of Washington County.

11:30 AM to 12:00 PM Berglund Hall Classroom 230 The Business Club will meet weekly to discuss and plan for the success of the club and its students.

1:00 PM to 5:00 PM Cawein Gallery, Scott Hall New Paintings and Drawing by Doug Anderson

1:00 PM to 5:00 PM Scott Hall, Kathrin Cawein Gallery This work in this exhibition is inspired by explorations along the swash zone of the beaches in the Pacific Northwest. The artist searches for balance in a world full of disruptions in communication, economics, climate, civility, privacy, and personal identity. Join us to view the exhibition from 1-5 p.m. Mondays - Fridays. (Free)