Brock Turner case impacts colleges across the nation

Vanesa Montalvo, Staff Writer

September 11, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Lately, the media has been flooded with news stories and updates on the controversial Brock Turner case. Brock Turner, former Stanford University student-athlete, has impacted college campuses throughout the nation. Turner... Read more »

Chaplain’s Team in need of new members

John Christensen, Photographer & Staff Writer

August 28, 2016

Filed under Opinion, The Rest

Christians are called by Jesus to “Live The Love,” and that is why the Linfield Chaplain’s Team chose that as their motto and are looking to add more members to their cohort. The Linfield Chaplain’s Team, also known... Read more »

The Upperclassman’s Guide to Freshman Year

Ross Passeck, Features Editor

August 28, 2016

Filed under Opinion

So you aren’t gods but you are freshmen and while you may be the lowest rung on the totem pole you have been imbued with special powers afforded uniquely to first-year college students. Your first year of college will undoubtedly... Read more »

Upperclassmen deserve better housing options

Ross Passeck, Associate editor

May 9, 2016

Filed under Opinion

While the housing process was streamlined, many students are finding themselves in sardine-like living quarters next semester. What is more troubling is it is not the underclassmen paying their dues to the college experience. Many... Read more »

Schilling’s firing is a case of smart public relations, not social justice

Joe Stuart, Staff Writer

May 2, 2016

Filed under Opinion

With 200-plus wins, 3,000-plus strikeouts and three World Series rings, Curt Schilling was one heck of a pitcher, and is possibly in the conversation for induction into the Hall of Fame. But he also is a homophobic, racist... Read more »

‘Ghost in the Shell’ casting ignites ethnic tensions

Cassandra Martinez, Staff Writer

April 25, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Hollywood tends to cast actors of the wrong ethnicity when making films with a person-of-color lead. Specifically, they cast white actors. In the case of ‘Ghost in the Shell’, Hollywood has gone so far as to use CGI... Read more »

Health scare reveals administrative shortcomings

Rachael Gernhardt

April 25, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Letter to the editor The recent meningitis conflict at Linfield highlights several shortcomings of the Linfield Administration’s approach toward ensuring the public health of both the faculty and the student body. The... Read more »

North Carolina transgender bill is inexcusable

Elizabeth Stoeger, Staff Writer

April 25, 2016

Filed under Opinion

North Carolina’s “bathroom bill” is not only an inexcusable act of discrimination against the whole LGBTQ community but also yet another cruel, unwarranted action against the unoffending transgender population. North... Read more »

Students take a sit against political issues

Ross Passeck, Staff Writer

April 11, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Not everyone can protest with the reckless gusto of Bernie Sanders, getting wrestled to the ground at a civil rights rally in the sixties, and that is just fine. Fortunately for students today, the internet has provided a safe... Read more »

Student responds to voting during ASLC elections

Ian Cooper

April 11, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Letter to the editor Recently at our beloved Linfield we held our annual elections to determine who would form the ASLC cabinet for next year. I personally never met any candidates for any office, and so was forced to make... Read more »

Hard work ensures Luau’s success

Sara Levering, Staff Writer

April 11, 2016

Filed under Opinion

It is not surprising that Linfield’s Luau has the highest turnout for an on-campus event. Angelia Saplan, ‘16, said, “Luau is like a season, almost like a sport. It takes a lot of planning.” Personally for Saplan, she... Read more »

Students weigh in on food at Dillin, ways to change your plate

Gillian Wilson, For the Review

April 5, 2016

Filed under Opinion

On a campus where sustenance is scarce and Linfield growls with hunger, Dillin Hall dares to stand alone, to provide the people with food, and yet more food. There is a common debate around campus between those who support... Read more »

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