New semester means new goals

Emma Bloomfield, Staff Writer

February 22

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With the previous semester, or Jan term, behind now is the time to set goals for spring semester. As students may start to think about what went right, what went wrong, and how they can change things for the better in this...

Students keep steady hand during presidential election

Ross Passeck, Staff Writer

February 22

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Presidential elections have been explosive subjects in the past two decades and this year’s election is proving to be a powder keg once more. The Republican Party began with over a dozen sticks of dynamite but Donald Trump...

Bad college eating habits can cause long term problems

Emma Bloomfield, Staff Writer

February 16

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The lasting influences of a college diet could make or break your body, literally. Many students don’t realize the potentially serious effects of an unbalanced diet. The eating habits that college students create can set...

New events bring life to January term

Aspen Brooks, Staff Writer

February 16

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The events put on by the college administration during Jan term enhanced the experience for first year students and gave students engaging opportunities to get out of their rooms. For the first time, January term, or Jan term,...

Diversity talks are not enough

Kyra Rickards

December 17

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Letter to the editor To whom it may concern, I came from a small town in Hawaii, to a small predominantly white town and college in Oregon. As a woman of color, I was used to dealing with ignorance, racism and white-washing....

Depictions of race in Linfield’s ‘The Tempest’ deserve a conversation

Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt

December 11

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Letter to the editor I went to see Linfield’s production of The Tempest on November 12, 2015. Although I have watched other productions of The Tempest before, I had never seen a production with such an innovative enviro...

Transition into the break, return home with an open mind

Counseling Center Staff

December 7

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Winter Break can stress students out more than finals. Here are a few pointers for returning home so that the whole family can enjoy Winter Break. 1. Don’t expect free reign of the house and hometown unless you had that...

Reduce finals week stress with a few study breaks

Malia Riggs, For the Review

December 7

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Students are running on a very thin wire and stressed to the max by trying to get last minute projects done and studying for the big exam that is creeping up right around the corner. Stress has a very tight hold on students,...

News from Paris: On the other side of the waves

Luis Santillan, For the Review

November 15

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Nothing. That’s what you feel when news like this comes on. Nothing. It’s not that nothing comes at you — it’s that you don’t know what to feel when too much comes at you. When I turned on my laptop at 5 percent...

Starbucks red cup controversy a misunderstood marketing move

Kellie Bowen, Staff Writer

November 13

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It is apparent that everyone, Christians included, can’t get over how absurd the Red Cup Controversy is. The whole downward spiral began with a man named Joshua Fuerstein who posted a video on his Facebook saying “Do you realize...

Counseling is confidential and free to students on Linfield health plan

Patty Haddeland

November 13

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Letter to the editor Nov. 8, 2015 To the Editor, I’d like to clarify a few points from the Oct. 26, 2015, article “New Counseling fee yields student, faculty reactions.” First, a quick explanation for the fee: In the ...

McMinnville campus fails to honor Veterans Day

Aspen Brooks, For the Review

November 11

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Linfield’s McMinnville campus doesn’t have any programs to honor veterans on Veterans Day. Classes aren’t canceled; there is no special service held, and the only indication that it is a national holiday is a small sign in Sta...

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