Professor’s translation reveals poet’s social issue opinions

Mickayla-Bay Washington, For the Review

April 25, 2016

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Costa Rica’s leading 20th century poet, Eunice Odio, was introduced to a new generation of listeners. Keith Ekiss and Sonia Ticas have taken the time and effort to translate a majority of Eunice Odio’s magnificent works. Unfortunately,...

Linfield Oscars shows off student talent

Michaela Fujita, Staff Writer

April 25, 2016

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On Thursday evening, Linfield students crowded into the Fred Meyer Lounge to watch the OSCARS. The Original Student Created Artwork Revealing Showcase (OSCARS) is where six student groups performed their creative writing pieces,...

Culture show transports audience across globe

Kate Seaholm, Staff Writer

April 25, 2016

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Guests traveled to eight countries in one hour and dove right into different cultures at the Culture Show Friday. Emcees cracked jokes about racking up air mileage points from the long flights we were taking across continents. The...

Prince’s death tops music’s saddest year

Kellie Bowen, Arts & Entertainment editor

April 22, 2016

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Everyone is talking about Prince’s un-timely death. He died this Thursday from causes that are not yet known at the age of 57. But he is not the only well-known and loved entertainer that has passed this year. David Bowie...

‘Speak Like a Girl’ empowers audience with slam poetry

Kellie Bowen, Arts & Entertainment editor

April 19, 2016

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A feminist poet duo performed on Saturday at the Fred Meyer Lounge. In one corner of the lounge was a selfie station with plastic tiaras and bows to match the signs that say “Just because you hold the door doesn’t mean I’ll...

Linfield Band continues ‘Elements’ theme in spring concert

Kellie Bowen, Arts & Entertainment editor

April 13, 2016

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Three students were assigned a song to conduct during the Linfield band's spring concert on April 12 in Ice Auditorium. The concert was titled “The Elements, Part II” in correspondence to the concert choir’s PLACE-themed...

Author explores themes of loneliness and love

Maggie Hawkins

April 11, 2016

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Carlos Ruiz Zafon’s “The Shadow of the Wind” is a story about a boy named Daniel Sempere who comes in contact with a book written by a man named Julian Carax, and through many twists of fate he begins searching for Julian. Zafon...

Art exhibition perceives ‘Nacierma’ in new light

Kellie Bowen, Staff Writer

April 11, 2016

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A San Francisco-based artist is holding his first Oregon solo exhibition at the Linfield Gallery. The exhibition is titled “A scene from the Anthropocene” and will be on display until April 30. Michael Arcega’s exhibition...

Writer provokes eco-friendly discussion

Kate Seaholm, For the Review

April 11, 2016

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A nature writer and climate activist tackled important questions about our moral obligation to the future of our planet at her library reading on April 6 in the Austin Reading room. Professor of Philosophy from Oregon State...

Senior art major prepares for artistic career, graduate school

Mickayla-Bay Washington, For the Review

April 5, 2016

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Linfield senior Julian Adoff is preparing to show us his heart and mind at the senior showcase coming up in May. Adoff started to take the prospect of creating art professionally around the end of his sophomore year. Transitioning...

French club hosts potluck, cooking competition

Samantha West, Opinion editor

March 21, 2016

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The French club held a dual potluck-cooking competition on Thursday, March 17. The club asked members and anyone wanting to join to bring a dish to share with everyone. All who brought dishes were entered in the competition...

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