Artists discuss ‘The Fifth Wheel’ exhibit

Mickayla-Bay Washington, For the Review

March 17, 2016

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The artists featured in “The Fifth Wheel” exhibit at the Linfield Gallery offered interesting insight on their pieces on Saturday, March 12. Sarah Nance couldn’t attend the event because her salt display was destroyed....

Students, guest artist dazzle audience at piano concert

Kellie Bowen, Arts & Entertainment editor

March 15, 2016

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Three Linfield students performed pieces on the piano at Friday’s Keyboard Kapers concert. There was a guest appearance in the concert who led a piano masterclass earlier in the week and performed three solo songs. The ending...

Linfield English students read original works

Kate Seaholm, For the Review

March 14, 2016

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Students shared their original writing pieces in front of their peers at Linfield’s annual Creative Writing Conference on Friday. Three student panels took the podium, each sharing creative pieces with similar themes. Audience...

Comedian juggles torches on unicycle, tells jokes

Cassandra Martinez, Staff Writer

March 14, 2016

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Juggling and jokes were among the themes of a comedian's performance in Ice auditorium on March 12. Marcus Monroe began his act by an introduction and then proceeded to his juggling bit where he juggled clubs. He juggled three...

Fragile art instillation destroyed at Linfield gallery

Kellie Bowen, Arts & Entertainment editor

March 13, 2016

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One art installation in the Linfield Gallery was destroyed the day before three of the four artists of the exhibit visited the gallery to present their artist talk. The installation was a design of the shore stenciled with...

Streaming music impacts local stories, musicians

Kellie Bowen, Staff Writer

March 7, 2016

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There is a lot of controversy over whether or not digitalizing music is a good thing or not for the music industry. On one hand, being able to stream music on outlets like Spotify and YouTube allows some bands to get great...

Theatre department gears up for ‘Almost, Maine’

Cassandra Martinez, Staff Writer

March 7, 2016

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The Linfield Theatre Department’s winter production and the first play of the spring semester tackles the contemporary side of the theatre world. “Almost, Maine” is a montage of stories about different couples, and all of...

Students present critical papers, poems at national convention

Sara Levering, Staff Writer

March 7, 2016

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Three students from the English department had their papers accepted to a national literature convention in Minneapolis, MN. Camille Weber, 16’, Angelia Saplan, 16’, and Keri Dixon presented their papers at Sigma Tau Delta’s...

Senior recital starts rough, finishes smooth

Kellie Bowen, Staff Writer

March 7, 2016

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The first thing people do while waiting for the concert to begin is flip through the program. Right away it is clear that the performer is versatile in the clarinet family. Quillan Bourassa, ’16, played on the bass clarinet,...

Poet draws from math, music in his work

Samantha West, Opinion editor

March 1, 2016

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A nationally renowned poet gave a reading in Jonasson Hall in lieu of the library for the latest of the Readings at the Nic series on Feb. 25. After a brief, commendable introduction by Professor Lex Runciman, poet David ...

Students enjoy a variety of shows on Netflix

Mickayla-Bay Washington, For the Review

February 29, 2016

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Long days should always end with Netflix. Students all over campus use this internet streaming service to relax and unwind. The Linfield community seems to have a particular taste for online television. Programs such as...

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