Department Name Change

Kellie Bowen, Staff Writer

March 25

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Recently, students received an email notifying that the Department of Art and Visual Culture and the Department of Modern Languages are changing their name. They are being changed to the Department of Art and the Department of Gl...

Oregon plans to protect women’s health coverage

Amantha Hood, For The Linfield Review

March 25

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Monday, March 6 the U.S. House Republicans publicized their plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obama Care. Oregon lawmakers proposed different healthcare aims on January 9, 2017. The state has been plann...

Oregon legislators hold joint town hall

Kaelia Neal, Sports editor

March 25

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Members of the public have the chance to join state Representative Ron Noble and state Senator Brian Boquist in a joint town hall at 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 6, at the Kent Taylor Civic Center, 200 N.E. Second St. in McMinnvi...

Carthage blocks Linfield’s chance for a victory

Kaelia Neal, Sports Editor

March 24

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The Linfield women’s lacrosse team suffered their fifth defeat in a row, losing to Carthage College 13-2 on Thursday evening. “I think that last night the defense worked really well as a unit, which has been one of our...

Fake news, real people: What can we trust?

Olivia Gomez, Staff Writer

March 24

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Critical thinking is the most valuable tool one has to combat “fake news,” said four Linfield professors during a panel discussion held in Riley 201. The panel members, chosen by PLACE Student Fellow Micaela Lueders, met...

Applications for Moore scholarship now being accepted

Olivia Gomez, Staff Writer

March 20

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Applications for the Parker Archie Moore Endowed Scholarship are now being accepted, according to an email sent to students. The scholarship was created for students who exemplify the qualities for which 20-year-old P...

Protecting the Navajo Ways Through Media

Alex Gogan, Staff Writer

March 20

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A mass communication professor from Winona State University spoke last wednesday about the dying culture of the Navajo tribe. The Navajo Oral History Project on Wednesday began with a small reception in Riley 201. Dr. Tom ...

Austrian Lives

Alex Gogan, Staff Writer

March 20

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Mathias Steinlechner, the teaching assistant in the German language department discussed on his Austrian history Thursday. He began by asking the attendees whether they’ve seen the movie The Sound of Music. He said when most...

Cozine Creek Restoration Project

Rilee Macaluso, Arts & Entertainment Editor

March 20

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Students were recently sent a survey asking them to rate their reactions to the Cozine Creek area and some of the issues that they may have with it. The survey was sent on behalf of the Environmental Studies Department to help them...

Watching the madness

Camille Botello, Staff Writer/Online Productions

March 20

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March 17, 1939 was the date of the first March Madness men’s college basketball tournament. Now, 78 years later, March Madness is one of the biggest sporting events nationwide, raking in an average of 11.3 annual viewers accordin...

Catball makes an appearance in the sunshine state

Camille Botello, Staff Writer/Online Productions

March 20

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Linfield Catball has been in Clermont, Florida all weekend, participating in a six game softball tournament. The Wildcats won their first game against Tufts on Saturday, 4-2, but box scores for that game were unavailable....

Cats’ Shutdown Pioneers at Home

Angel Rosas, Staff Writer

March 20

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The Wildcats take out Lewis and Clark 3 - 1 on a bright and warm Sunday afternoon. The Wildcats showcased the clutch pitching of Sophomore Cason Cunningham. Cunningham and the rest of the defense held the Pioneers to only one s...

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