Laurens de Jonge

Rilee Macaluso, Arts & Entertainment Editor

April 17, 2017

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Adjusting to college can be a difficult time for any student who leaves homes, but for Laurens de Jonge ‘20 this step meant travelling 5,000 miles away. de Jonge is an international student from the Netherlands who chose to sp...

Controversial speaker to talk at Linfield

Alex Gogan, Staff Writer

April 17, 2017

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Linfield College will host free speech activist, philosopher and psychologist Dr. Jordan Peterson at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 24, in Ice auditorium for a talk and Q & A session. Peterson is a clinical psychologist currentl...

Future Cabinet members offer plans for 2017-18

Olivia Gomez, Staff Writer

April 17, 2017

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The incoming officers of Linfield’s student government emphasized student involvement and communication between themselves and students for a better college.   The new Cabinet members will be ratified April 20 and officially...

NWC party schools are ranked

Kaelia Neal, Editor-in-Chief

April 17, 2017

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Niche.com published a list of the top American party schools in 2017, which included 1,426 four-year colleges and universities. According to the site, rankings were based on student reviews and nightlife statistics. Linfie...

Poker as Prevention: Bringing Feminism to the Felt

Alex Gogan, Staff Writer

April 16, 2017

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Riley 201 held a new prevention discussion on Wednesday. Patrick J. Lemmon works for Men Can Stop Rape and has presented at Linfield before on three different occasions. He has helped organize communities and speak to men about violence...

Keaveney – Reading at the Nick

Sara Levering, Staff Writer

April 16, 2017

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One of Linfield’s very own presented his poetry collection entitled “Your Eureka Not Mined” as part of the Readings at the Nick series. Professor Christopher Keaveney teaches Japanese language, East Asian literature,...

What’s the deal with Sodexo?

Camille Botello, Staff Writer

April 11, 2017

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In light of a recent article released by the University of New Haven’s school newspaper, many Linfield students are concerned about Sodexo, the food company that supplies Dillin Hall. The Charger Bulletin’s story made many sta...

Immigration, infrastructure projects and drug addict support highlight town hall discussion

Kaelia Neal, Editor-in-Chief

April 7, 2017

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Members of the public discussed local, state and national issues with state Representative Ron Noble and state Senator Brian Boquist on Thursday at a town hall meeting at the McMinnville City Hall. Many issues were brought u...

Immigration: more than crossing the border

Olivia Gomez, Staff Writer

April 5, 2017

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Immigration to the U.S. is complex and should not be viewed as an issue exclusive to Mexicans, said a panel of Linfield professors Monday night in Riley Hall. Linfield’s political science department partnered with Voto La...

Oakland, CA ASB

Sara Levering, Staff Writer

April 3, 2017

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The Linfield Alternative Spring Break group that participated in Oakland, California in providing service for youth empowerment. During that week, they volunteered at Grant Elementary School in five different classrooms. The ...

Steam pump repair causes loss of heat in library

Kaelia Neal, Editor in Chief

March 31, 2017

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Linfield facilities planned a project to repair a steam pump in the library during spring break, which has caused the building to be without heat since Monday. “The pump that supplies steam to the building needed to be replaced....

Oregon had a backup plan to support women’s healthcare despite House of Republican’s healthcare agenda

Amantha Hood, For the Review

March 31, 2017

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During President Donald J. Trump’s campaign, he made it clear that the Affordable Care Act was his priority to abolish. On March 6, the U.S. House Republicans publicized their plan to repeal the ACA, otherwise known as Obama...

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