Students take a sit against political issues

Ross Passeck, Staff Writer

April 11

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...

Student responds to voting during ASLC elections

Ian Cooper

April 11

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...

Hard work ensures Luau’s success

Sara Levering, Staff Writer

April 11

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...

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

Gillian Wilson, For the Review

April 5

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...

Students should prepare for housing registration

Mickayla-Bay Washington, For the Review

April 4

Filed under Opinion

As it gets closer to the end of the school year students are going to be faced with two immensely tough question. Who are they going to be living with and where are they going to be living next year? If you’ve been putting...

Attention to sidewalks, puddles needed

Kate Seaholm, Staff Writer

March 28

Filed under Opinion

Rain is pouring. Students are scrambling. Leaf blowers are blowing. Which doesn’t belong? It’s not unusual to see Linfield staff with leaf blowers in hand when it’s raining. “The use of leaf blowers is a cost-effective...

Campus bookstore makes efforts to provide sustainable merchandise

Benjamin Niesen and Duncan Reid

March 18

Filed under Opinion

Sustainability  Hey Linfield Wildcats, Perhaps you are aware of the sustainability efforts going on around our campus, or perhaps you aren’t aware but would like to be? You’re in luck. This is one place to find out! ...

Minimum wage increase in Oregon to effect Linfield

Emma Bloomfield, Staff Writer

March 18

Filed under Opinion

Oregon lawmakers recently passed a minimum wage increase. Colleges and Universities are now starting to wonder how this will affect on-campus jobs for students. Minimum wage was increased to $13.50 and could put stress onto...

Study abroad re-entry session helps students adjust to campus culture

Megan Ditore, Staff Writer

March 7

Filed under Opinion

Linfield is ranked among the top twenty colleges of its size in the US for the number of students who study abroad each year. Over 50% of Linfield students spend time abroad by the time they graduate. The re-entry program is...

Creative space improves concentration, writing

Jonathan Williams, Editor-in-Chief

March 7

Filed under Opinion

Writing shouldn’t have to be painful. Creating a unique, individualized creative space can help and improve the cultivation of an essay. It is challenging to channel one’s inner thoughts when people are constantly in contact...

Students should stay involved all year

Michaela Fujita, Staff Writer

March 7

Filed under Opinion

Linfield College has always prided itself on its vast array of clubs and organizations on campus. Alongside the infamous motto, “the power of a small college,” Linfield strongly encourages student involvement. But is...

Exercise remains vital to student success

Malia Riggs, Staff Writer

February 22

Filed under Opinion

College is a stressful time in a student’s life. There’s always the next exam, project, essay and speech just around the corner, never leaving enough time for proper preparation. That’s why it is excessiv...

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