A Musical Bouquet

Rilee Macaluso, Staff Writer

May 15, 2017

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The Linfield College Concert Choir, Women’s Vocal Ensemble, and Wildcat Men’s Glee Club presented a Musical Bouquet on Sunday, May 14th, in ICE auditorium. The concert began with a dedication to the Mom’s out there....

Shaolin Jazz Cat Cab

Angel Rosas, Staff Writer

May 12, 2017

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What do old kung-fu movies and classic hip-hop have in common? If you ask the people at Shaolin Jazz, everything. Black Student Union invited the experimental music group Shaolin Jazz to screen the classic kung-fu movie Master of...

Not Your Forte

Rilee Macaluso, Arts and Entertainment Editor

May 5, 2017

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With only two performances left, Not Your Forte is gearing up for their end of the year performances and they’re preparing to get their pitch perfect. Not Your Forte is a completely student run a cappella group, neither ...

Linfield got talent

Annika Lindburg, Staff Writer and Online Coordinator

April 14, 2017

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Fred Meyer Lounge was stuffed with Linfield students and faculty who came to watch the most popular LCAT event of the year. Many students sat on the floor as the FML furniture was occupied. Lucas Carter hosted the LCAT event which det...

The Yes Men Fix the World

Annika Lindburg, Staff Writer and Online Coordinator

April 14, 2017

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To kick-off Earth Week, the Linfield Office of Sustainability showed the film “The Yes Men Fix the World” in ICE auditorium. The film was sued by the United States Commerce so the movie is distributed under the radar companies. “The...

The Points of Departure

Kellie Bowen, Staff Writer

April 4, 2017

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On Wednesday, March 22, the Linfield Gallery opened a new exhibit called “The Points of Departure” by Eugene-based artist Tannaz Farsi. This exhibit provides an interesting variety of photography, installation, sculpture and gar...

Copperman recounts days teaching in the Mississippi Delta

Annika Lindburg, Staff Writer and Online Coordinator

April 3, 2017

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Mike Copperman read stories from his memoir, Teacher: Two Years in the Mississippi Delta at Nicholson library. Joe Wilkins, Linfield associate professor of English, introduced Mike Copperman. “Mike has taught writing to low inco...

Trio shows energy and passion

Jonathan Williams, Associate editor

March 20, 2017

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The sonorous sounds emanated by the Trio con Brio Copenhagen through the works of Dmitri Shostakovich, Ludwig van Beethoven and Franz Schubert on Wednesday filled Ice auditorium with the intensity and verve of the trio....

Logan

Angel Rosas, Staff Writer

March 19, 2017

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The lone, booze drinking, butt-kicking mutant returns for his final curtain call and he does not disappoint. Logan is a special type of movie that breaks all the rules of the genre it started from and creates something entire...

Get Out

Annika Lindburg, Staff Writer and Online Coordinator

March 4, 2017

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The premise is simple: a mixed race couple is ready for the next phase of their relationship, meeting the parents. Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) and his white girlfriend, Rose (Allison Williams) are a charming and seemingly perfect ...

It turns out that coloring relieves stress

Annika Lindburg, Staff Writer and Online Coordinator

February 19, 2017

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Coloring books for adults are more than just simple coloring fun, they have health benefits. Coloring a cheetah or a fern can reduce anxiety, relieve stress, and negative thoughts can evaporate. “I think coloring is relaxing because it'...

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