Letter to the editor

Joshua Harper, For the Review

April 20, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Discussions on who faces structural oppression, who is marginalized, and conversely, who is privileged, have been increasingly more common. If it were not for their rampant high-mindedness and low-browedness, this would be encouraging....

Let the world’s hungry decide on GM food

Parker Wells, For the Review

April 14, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Genetically Modified, or “GM” food, are crops bred with genetic traits that make them more resistant to pests, more able to thrive during drought, and better at providing vital nutrients. These plants allow farmers to use...

Spring break – homework catchup or actually a break?

Kellie Bowen, Staff Writer

March 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Students are looking forward to spring break, but some teachers have other plans. It seems like we all have that one teacher that says, “You have all of spring break to work on this assignment,” or there’s that one a...

ASLC presents three different acts for Wildstock this year

Annika Lindburg, Staff Writer and Online Coordinator

March 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion

This year’s Wildstock is a two day event. The first night is the world’s wildest glow party. The next night features three artists: Angie Keilhauer, a country singer; The Burgeoning, alternative indie rockers; and The Rej3tz, ...

Ain’t I a woman

Kellie Bowen, Staff Writer

March 5, 2017

Filed under Opinion

The Lacroute Arts Series at Linfield College combined the Departments of Music and Theater and Communication Arts to present “Ain’t I a Woman!” performed by the Core Ensemble and actress Shayla Simmons. Brenda Marshall, th...

The rhetoric of Leonard Pitts

Kellie Bowen, Staff Writer

March 5, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Last week, Pulitzer Prize-winning-journalist, Leonard Pitts Jr. gave an ominous speech of hopelessness, looking to the future, and the battle of American society. Firstly, I think that Pitts’ analysis he made about how racism...

Students Respond to Politics on Campus

Mickayla - Bay Washington, Staff Writer

November 17, 2016

Filed under Features, Latest Issue, News, Opinion, Showcase

The 2016 presidential election has left a crater of confusion and frustration among the student body at Linfield. The presidential race has highlighted a difference in opinion and ideology that was rarely discussed among s...

Tips on how to choose the perfect costume this Halloween

Vanesa Montalvo, Staff Writer

October 23, 2016

Filed under Opinion

As Halloween approaches, many students are in the process of choosing the funniest, quirkiest and most original costume. Although it may be fun to piece together a costume, it can also be tough. Many might give up, head to the...

How to survive midterms

Megan Ditore, Staff Writer

October 23, 2016

Filed under Opinion

It is that time of the year where everything seems a lot busier. Midterms are upon us. There are many things you can do in order to fully prepare and tackle those mid semester tests. One of the most important things to remember...

The election of scandals

Camille Botello, Staff Writer

October 23, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Scandals have been a part of United States politics throughout history. Past presidential scandals include President John F. Kennedy’s affair with Marilyn Monroe, the secret sale of weapons to Iran during the Reagan administration,...

How college students feel about making the first move

Camille Botello, Staff Writer

October 23, 2016

Filed under Opinion

USA Today recently released a study stating that while in college, 28 percent of students find their spouses, rising to 60 percent at religious affiliated schools. Many students at Linfield and across the nation will meet their...

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