Retiring composer writes ‘A Song for Linfield’

Mikenna Whatley, Features Editor

May 18, 2014

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Dr. Richard Bourassa, Linfield professor of music theory and composition, has always found it easier and more meaningful to express himself through his musical compositions than through verbal communication. While Bourassa...

Jobs After Linfield

May 11, 2014

From Sergeant to Earnest

Gilberto Galvez, Culture Editor

May 11, 2014

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Freshman Murphy Jackson has been acting ever since middle school. His first two major plays at Linfield involved two very different characters. One of them was a sergeant turned rapist. The other was a lighter, comedic character: Ja...

Philanthropists save Linfield, donate names

May 7, 2014

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Hard work and philanthropy have kept Linfield College alive since it was first founded. Four philanthropists had a great part in shaping Linfield into what it is today, from founding it to giving it its name to doubling its size. The...

Professor of economics runs, researches

May 7, 2014

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Professor of economics and department chair, Randy Grant, plans to have a sabbatical full of research and marathons fall semester of 2014. In fact, the two parts will be closely intertwined, since he will be looking at the economics...

Newspaper crafts save the Earth

April 29, 2014

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Gift wrapping and bow Done by just about everyone, you can’t beat the quirkiness of a gift wrapped in newspaper. To create a gift bag, it helps to have a box to form it around. Then, just as you’d wrap a box normally, ...

Student actress keeps it ‘Grimm’

April 29, 2014

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Hollywood is full of actors and actresses trying make it. For anyone not in Hollywood, it can be even more difficult. Sophomore Aparna Parthasarathy, who uses the stage name Aparna Brielle. She calls Portland her home, where the...

Linfield gives interviewing advice

April 17, 2014

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The interviewing process can be one of the most terrifying parts of finding a job. You may have all the necessary qualifications, but if you can’t articulate exactly why you’d be the perfect for a job, it is a little difficult...

Change Corps: Alternative Spring Break reminds students of the world beyond Linfield

April 10, 2014

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Linfield stresses a good relationship between students and the community that’s around us, not just the college community but the McMinnville community and even further. The Change Corps organized Alternative Spring Break aims...

Movie inspires athlete to pursue lacrosse

April 1, 2014

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Sports have been a part of junior lacrosse player Chas Tittle’s life for a long time. She played basketball, lacrosse, and ran cross country and track during high school in Mililani, Hawaii. The sport she stuck with was lacrosse,...

Linfield through #Instagram

March 18, 2014

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Linfield students used the hashtag #linfieldlifetlr in an attempt to get their photos in The Linfield Review. “#vscocam #linfieldlifetlr” Photo courtesy of @pitcher4life22 “What team? Wildcats! #ShortestWildcatEver #...

National Women’s History Month: Outstanding woman teaches and learns

March 18, 2014

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You can find outstanding women around all of Linfield, and for Women’s History Month Amy Bumatai, intern at the multicultural programs, sent out a call for nominations. Delane Hein, area director for community standards, received...

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