Linfield Participates in Regional Substainability Conference

Angel Rosas, Staff writer

February 19, 2017

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Five eager Linfield Students along with Sustainability Coordinator Duncan Reid piled into a van on Feb., 16th off to the Washington Higher Education Sustainability Coalition. This two day conference brings students and faculty to discuss... Read more »

Linfield celebrates Black History month with events, discussions.

Amantha Hood, Editor-in-chief

February 19, 2017

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As part of Black History month, the Black Student Union, Nicholson Library, Multicultural Programs and the Chaplains Team are sponsoring and hosting a variety events exploring race and African American history. At 6 p.m. on Feb. 2... Read more »

Pulitzer prize winning columnist to speak on politics, Trump presidency at lecture.

Amantha Hood, editor-in-chief

February 19, 2017

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A Pulitzer Prize-Winning columnist will present a talk and visit classes at Linfield on Tuesday.   Leonard Pitts Jr., who writes for the Miami Herald about race relations, politics, social issues, current events and more will ... Read more »

Wadewitz Faculty Lecture

Sara Levering, Sports editor

February 19, 2017

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Associate Professor of History gave a faculty lecture entitled “Whale of a Story: Sex, Lies, and Testimony in the Nineteenth-Century Pacific World”. Lissa Wadewitz sparked her interest due to the Northwest being connected to ... Read more »

Linfield choir takes on Austin

Camille Botello, Staff Writer and Online Coordinator

February 17, 2017

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Linfield’s concert choir went to Austin, Texas, last week to perform a number of benefit concerts for a local Austin homeless shelter. Along with the performances, students were able to tour the city. “Austin is incredibly similar to Portland. I was surprised to s... Read more »

Betsy Devos

Grace Bruncke, Arts and entertainment editor

February 17, 2017

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As with many of the events that have taken place since President Trump was sworn into office, his choice for Secretary of Education was controversial. Betsy DeVos was confirmed by the senate and Vice President Mike Pence on Feb... Read more »

ASLC Elections

Grace Bruncke, arts and entertainment editor

February 17, 2017

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You may have already been asked to sign a petition for someone that has the hopes of becoming the next Vice President or President of ASLC. It may seem early considering the general election will not take place until March 14th... Read more »

Linfield student files $8.3 million lawsuit alleging hazing against Pi Kappa Alpha

Malia Riggs, News editor

February 1, 2017

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A Linfield student lost his eye due to a firework in an alleged fraternity hazing event last year. He is suing Pi Kappa Alpha, Linfield College, and William Samp who was the president of the fraternity at the time, and others for $8.... Read more »

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