Trails to hike, climb near Linfield

Malia Riggs, For the Review

October 1, 2015

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  Drift creek falls: Difficulty: Moderate Distance: 3 miles in and out Elevation Gain: 490 ft. Best times to go: year round How far away from campus: 1 hour and 24 minutes, just outside of Lincoln City ...

Portland offers unique, classy bars

Dana Brumley, Staff Writer

May 6, 2015

Filed under Features, Latest Issue, Showcase

Most college students dream about turning 21. At the McMinnville campus of Linfield, options are limited. One option is the Rooftop Bar at McMenamins, which is fun but chilly during most of the school year. Portland isn’t...

Cheap, hole-in-the-wall eats in Portland

Dana Brumley, Staff Writer

May 6, 2015

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Everyone has that one restaurant that is hard to find but well worth the effort because customers swear it has the best burrito or the best stir fry or the best burger. Usually these places look questionable. They might look...

Take a trip to the Oregon coast

Dana Brumley, Staff Writer

May 6, 2015

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Sometime during spring term when the days grow longer and the grass seems greener, students get this itch. It is an itch to be outdoors. An itch to be away from the same buildings and the same sidewalks. An itch to kick off their shoes and run, to bury their feet in the sand, and to wade in the cold water of the Pacific. Linfield C...

From mailroom to management: Linfield alumnus brews Cornerstone Coffee

Mikenna Whatley, Features Editor

March 9, 2015

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“Your question is ‘why did you buy Cornerstone,’ right?” Mike Pace asked me with a smirk on his face as we sat down together at a table inside of Cornerstone Coffee Roasters on Third Street in downtown McMinnville. “Well,...

‘Why Nepal? Why Bhutan?’

Mikenna Whatley, Features Editor

February 23, 2015

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“It would take a really long time to tell you all of what I came away with from this trip,” senior Rachel Axtman said, who then went on to articulate that one of the most important things she had learned while abroad this Jan...

Senior spotlight: Gabe Wells

Mikenna Whatley, Feature's Editor

February 18, 2015

Filed under Creative, Features

As Linfield welcomes the spring with great weather and enthusiasm, senior Gabe Wells begins his last semester as an undergraduate student with heightened anticipation of what is yet to come in his next chapter of life – graduate school. Wells has recently been accepted into the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna where he wil...

Life at Linfield: The game room

Mikenna Whatley, Features Editor

February 15, 2015

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Linfield is full of great places for students to have fun. Recently, the game room has undergone many renovations and improvements to better serve in entertaining students. Senior Isabelle Porporato is ASLC’s Student Center...

Life At Linfield

Mikenna Whatley, Features Editor

October 31, 2014

Filed under Creative, Features

It's time for IM Volleyball here at Linfield college and freshman Kyla Alvarenga Beech could not be more excited. "I have never played volleyball on a team before but I have played with some friends for fun," Alvarenga Beech ...

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