Stories from the past: Linfield’s archives reach modern eyes and ears

March 11, 2014

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Hidden in the back of the library is a room kept at a constant refrigerator-like temperature. Mechanized, moving shelves make up the interior, and on these shelves are many of Linfield’s wonders that have been sent in by...

Looking out for the bright flames of literature

March 11, 2014

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Senior Austin Schilling has been working with English professor Dave Sumner on an anthology of fire lookout stories since last summer. Schilling might co-author the introduction to the anthology, but Sumner is the primary auth...

‘Unseen heroes’ make Linfield feel like home

March 7, 2014

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Linfield’s night cleaning crew is made up of brave souls that clean the creepy academic buildings while they’re empty at night. The crew cleans different buildings and has their favorite spots, but they all enjoy their night...

Sailing the high seas, studying the world

March 7, 2014

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The Atlantic Exploration. 115 days, 17 cities, 15 countries. It seemed too good to be true. No longer did I have to worry about which country to study abroad in, I was be able to explore the world from a ship. Students who...

More than just a suit Evolution of the Linfield mascot, from “Baptists” to “Wildcats”

February 24, 2014

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On December 3 of 1924, The Linfield Review announced the students’ choice of the wildcat as their mascot. Before that, students rooted for the Baptists. Now, the wildcat is one of Linfield’s most iconic symbols along with...

Make healthy snacks in your hall

February 24, 2014

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Baked Edamame 1 bag of frozen shelled edamame 1 tablespoon of garlic powder Salt and pepper to taste 1 tablespoon of olive oil 1/4 of grated parmesan cheese 1. Put all of the ingredients together 2. Bake for...

Cosplay: Students bring beloved fictional characters to life

February 18, 2014

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Students can always find ways to use the art building if they are so inclined, and one Saturday afternoon, freshmen Kamon Tari and Kai Alegre can be found working on their latest costumes for the upcoming Sakura Con. Tari and...

Around the map: Freshman follows passion for language

February 18, 2014

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Freshman Michaela Duffey is planning to major in French and minor in Japanese. She was the first prize winner of the French competitive scholarship last year and has a knack for syntax and memorization. “I first started taking...

Student studies at Linfield, works on the runway

November 12, 2013

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It doesn’t take a lot to figure out why sophomore Savannah Fellers was first scouted by a modeling agency when she was 15. She’s a striking 5’10’’ with blonde hair and blue eyes, and she radiates confidence. Her mother...

Small college prepares recent grads for the big leagues

November 12, 2013

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Daniel Hellinger, 2013 Linfield graduate, interns with the Seattle Mariners baseball organization. At Linfield, Hellinger majored in mass communication. “Currently, my job title is community relations intern/coordinator,”...

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