Arts draw thoughtful audiences

Kellie Bowen, Staff Writer

November 9

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There is a lot of debate as to whether or not the art department is getting as much attention as the sports department. From experience and observation, the sports, sciences and arts are getting the same amount of publicity,...

Pros and cons of anonymous social media

Jenny Horniman and Ross Passeck

November 9

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Pro: By Jenny Horniman, For the Review The anonymous social media app “Yik Yak” has been a game changer for students, providing quick and easy access to information circulating around campus. Frequently described as an ...

Red meat consumption should be limited

Emma Bloomfield, For the Review

November 9

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The International Agency of Research on Cancer released new information recently saying that red and processed meats can lead to cancer. The World Health Organization announced that it has found that eating a lot of processed...

Halloween costumes and controversy

Ross Passeck, Sports editor

October 31

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Promiscuity, controversy, and gore are everything about Halloween we college students adore. It is an opportunity to dress for fun and fright, wrapped up in one fun size night. With those first three words defining the criteria of Hallow...

Democrats debate college costs

Shelby Saylors, For the Review

October 26

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Five democratic candidates battled it out in front of the American people on Tuesday. Topics such as foreign policy, global warming, gun control, emails, economy and education were in the spot light as the democratic candidates,...

Linfield sustainability efforts reflect reality

Michael Coste, For the Review

October 26

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Linfield College’s recent effort to increase sustainability reflects the importance of environmentalism, as well as the school’s understanding of the severity of climate change. College students created the Renewable Energy...

College transition hard for some students

Emma Bloomfield, For the Review

October 22

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College is one of the biggest transition a person will make in their lifetime and we are all experiencing that now firsthand. As a first-year student these past two months have been incredibly hard, and it has also been the...

Students need sleep to be successful

Megan Ditore, For the Review

October 20

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Pulling an all-nighter, as college students we all know how that goes. While it is hard to get a good night sleep with noisy dorms, stress of classes and lots of other activities, sleep deprivation is a real concern on many...

Assault survey needs to be heard

Jordan Morris, For the Review

October 12

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Safety is one of the most important concerns on every college campus, yet one in five students experience some form of sexual assault in their four years of college life. This statistic may come to a surprise to many...

Outside beverages restricted at athletic events

Katelyn Prendergast, For the Review

October 11

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Dressed head-to-toe in red and purple under the blistering sun, Linfield Wildcat football fans are die-hard. Standing in the crowded bleachers with your favorite Linfield water bottle in hand—oh, wait. Outside beverages aren’t...

Sanders attracts college students’ attention

Emma Bloomfield, For the Review

October 11

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Bernie Sanders, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for the 2016 presidential election, has attracted the attention of millions of college students with his plans for free college. With his plans to eliminate college tuition...

Media coverage of presidential race one sided

Angela Orellana-Aguilar, For the Review

September 28

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Donald Trump has said many statements that have landed him multiple headlines since he announced his candidacy in early June. Trump is leading the polls for the Republican party due to his reputation and the views he ha...

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