Linfield Participates in Regional Substainability Conference

Angel Rosas, Staff writer

February 19, 2017

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Five eager Linfield Students along with Sustainability Coordinator Duncan Reid piled into a van on Feb., 16th off to the Washington Higher Education Sustainability Coalition. This two day conference brings students and faculty to discuss... Read more »

Linfield celebrates Black History month with events, discussions.

Amantha Hood, Editor-in-chief

February 19, 2017

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As part of Black History month, the Black Student Union, Nicholson Library, Multicultural Programs and the Chaplains Team are sponsoring and hosting a variety events exploring race and African American history. At 6 p.m. on Feb. 2... Read more »

Pulitzer prize winning columnist to speak on politics, Trump presidency at lecture.

Amantha Hood, editor-in-chief

February 19, 2017

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A Pulitzer Prize-Winning columnist will present a talk and visit classes at Linfield on Tuesday.   Leonard Pitts Jr., who writes for the Miami Herald about race relations, politics, social issues, current events and more will ... Read more »

Wadewitz Faculty Lecture

Sara Levering, Sports editor

February 19, 2017

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Associate Professor of History gave a faculty lecture entitled “Whale of a Story: Sex, Lies, and Testimony in the Nineteenth-Century Pacific World”. Lissa Wadewitz sparked her interest due to the Northwest being connected to ... Read more »

Going all four, featuring men’s and women’s basketball

Alex Jensen, Staff Writer and Graphic Designer

February 19, 2017

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Athletes playing their sport for all fours years at the collegiate level is an impressive feat. Managing studies, work, life, and athletics is a difficult task, but these athletes pushed through it all. They towered over their... Read more »

Moonlight

Amantha Hood, Editor-In-Chief

February 19, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

“Moonlight” tells the story of a young African-American male, living in Miami and looking for identity, family and belonging. In need of a father, he looks up to the man who also deals drugs to his mother. The complexly im... Read more »

Hidden Figures

Amantha Hood, Editor-In-Chief

February 19, 2017

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The “Hidden Figures” storyline integrates women trying to unravel math equations and oppressions in the workplace. “We go from being our fathers’ daughters, to being our husbands’ wives, to being our babies’ mothers,... Read more »

A Haunting at Silver Falls

Rilee Macaluso, Arts and Entertainment Editor

February 19, 2017

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Scary movies gain an added haunting effect when they hit close to home, and this one not only hits home but was filmed here. The sequel to a Haunting in Silver Falls, a horror movie set in a small town where a young girl fi... Read more »

Manchester by the Sea

Rilee Macaluso, Arts and Entertainment Editor

February 19, 2017

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After the death of his brother, Lee Chandler must take guardianship of his nephew and uproot his life to move back to Manchester. He must choose between living his new life away from the tragedy he left behind or becoming the ... Read more »

Lion

Rilee Macaluso, Arts and Entertainment Editor

February 19, 2017

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Based on a true story, this movie depicts the life of an Indian man, Saroo, who, as a child, is separated from his family when he wanders onto a train. After spending days on the train trying to find his mother and brother, he... Read more »

Long distance love

Camille Botello, Staff Writer and Online Coordinator

February 18, 2017

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Many college students have had high school sweethearts, but haven’t kept them because of perhaps one of the most intimidating things about relationships: distance. According to the center for long distance relationship statistic... Read more »

America’s transition from the Obama to the Trump administration

Alex Jensen, Staff Writer and Graphic Designer

February 18, 2017

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The most racially divisive America in the last fifty years is what Pulitzer Prize winner Leonard Pitts Jr. thinks that we are in. Pitts said after leaving what “people thought was a quote unquote post-racial America,” he is... Read more »

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