• Pet peeves: students share their hidden on-campus pets

    Pet peeves: students share their hidden on-campus pets

    Dana Brumley and Kaelia Neal

    March 15, 2015

    Have you ever thought you heard a dog bark or a cat meow in a residence hall or apartment? Maybe you did. A pet on campus is a violation of Linfield’s policies and procedures, but some students think it is worth the risk. A student in a residence hall, who asked for anonymity, used to have... READ MORE »»

    Glen Coco, a Syberian dwarf hamster, sits in his food bowl as he experiences life in a dorm. Hamsters along with any furry pets are banned from on-campus housing. Photo courtesy of anonymous pet owner.

  • As housing contracts approach, students talk choices, issues

    As housing contracts approach, students talk choices, issues

    Mikenna Whatley, Features editor

    March 15, 2015

    For many students, college is the first time in their lives experiencing what it’s like to live with a roommate. Transitioning into college and sharing a room can be difficult, if one has become accustomed to their own space. This experience may be more difficult for some students than others,... READ MORE »»

    Pioneer Hall is one of 12 dorms on Linfield’s campus. Students can also live in on and off-campus apartments. Rosa Johnson/Managing editor

  • Linfield theater brings the luck of the Irish

    Linfield theater brings the luck of the Irish

    Rosa Johnson, Managing Editor

    March 15, 2015

    Linfield theater will be bringing the luck of the Irish for St. Patrick’s Day with their latest comedy “Temporal Powers.” The play stars freshman Ben Bartu as Michael Donovan and his wife Min Donovan played by senior Mackensie Sempert as a penniless couple in Dublin. The Donovans get evicted... READ MORE »»

    Sophomore Murphy Jackson who plays Ned Cooney, a recently released from jail felon, in “Temporal Powers” looks into the Donovans’ home. Attendees will be able to buy tickets for only $3 on the March 17 show. Rosa Johnson/Managing editor

  • Kappa Sigma Reevaluates:

    Kappa Sigma Reevaluates:

    Helen Lee and Rosa Johnson

    March 9, 2015

    The Kappa Sigma chapter at Linfield lost its house after national code of conduct violations prompted a membership review and the disaffiliation of more than half its members, according to disaffiliated member of the K Sig executive board and junior Tom Steelhammer. With about 11 members remaining... READ MORE »»

    The Kappa Sigma fraternity had a membership review which left the Greek organization with about 11 remaining members. The brothers who lived in the house had to move out of the chapter house in February.

    Michaela Fujita/Photo editor

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Pet peeves: students share their hidden on-campus pets

Pet peeves: students share their hidden on-campus pets

Dana Brumley and Kaelia Neal

Have you ever thought you heard a dog bark or a cat meow in a residence hall or apartment? Maybe you did. A pet on campus is a violation of Linfield’s policies and procedures, but some students think it is worth the...  Read More »

March 15, 2015 • 0 comments

As housing contracts approach, students talk choices, issues

As housing contracts approach, students talk choices, issues

Mikenna Whatley, Features editor

For many students, college is the first time in their lives experiencing what it’s like to live with a roommate. Transitioning into college and sharing a room can be difficult, if one has become accustomed to their own...  Read More »

March 15, 2015 • 0 comments

Linfield theater brings the luck of the Irish

Linfield theater brings the luck of the Irish

Rosa Johnson, Managing Editor

Linfield theater will be bringing the luck of the Irish for St. Patrick’s Day with their latest comedy “Temporal Powers.” The play stars freshman Ben Bartu as Michael Donovan and his wife Min Donovan played by senior...  Read More »

March 15, 2015 • 0 comments

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Pet peeves: students share their hidden on-campus pets

Pet peeves: students share their hidden on-campus pets

Dana Brumley and Kaelia Neal

Have you ever thought you heard a dog bark or a cat meow in a residence hall or apartment? Maybe you did. A pet on campus is a violation of Linfield’s policies and procedures, but some students...  Read More »

March 15, 2015 • 0 comments

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