Syrian refugees seek home in U.S.

Adam Myren, Staff Writer

September 28

Filed under Opinion

As millions of Syrians leave their country to escape the tyranny of a 4-year-old civil war and what has become a self- proclaimed territory to radical terrorist groups, their homeland suffers its fourth year in disarray...

TV escapes to the internet, Netflix

Samuel Walsh, For the Review

September 22

Filed under Opinion

Name a new television show on any of the four major television networks that is generating hype this fall. No? That might be too specific. Just name a new TV show on the big four networks this fall. Still no? That’s because...

Budget deficits affect youths access to arts education

Adam Myren, Staff Writer

September 19

Filed under Opinion

While teachers are being laid off more and more every year and school days are shaved off the academic calendar in K-12, the budget deficit for public education still remains a gross problem. Where is the money take...

Anonymous bullying posts on Yik Yak not acceptable

Kellie Bowen, Staff Writer

September 19

Filed under Opinion

  There is a wonderful little virtual world called Yik Yak, a place where all the green lanterns and pink socks and grey acorns can post about Netflix and chill, horny endeavors, politics, and, if we’re lucky, that witty...

Wildfires change, impact Northwest

Emma Bloomfield, For the Review

September 15

Filed under Opinion

Did anyone else see the glowing skies, and smell the intense smoke emitting from our forests this summer? I sure did, and my first thought after looking outside was that the apocalypse had begun. This year’s wildfire...

Increased diversity present in arts and humanities medalists

Aspen Brooks, For the Review

September 15

Filed under Opinion

Out of the 18 individuals that received either the 2014 National Medal of Arts or National Humanities Medal, just under half are non-white, and over half are female. President Barack Obama presented the medals on Th...

Apple unveils new iPhone 6s

Katelyn Prendergast, For the Review

September 15

Filed under Opinion

Apple revealed on Sept. 9 in San Francisco its newest iPhone models, the 6s and 6s Plus, which have the strongest and most durable shell that Apple has provided with any model thus far. Apple created the 7000 S...

Letter to the Editor: Student criticizes feminism opinion article

April 16

Filed under Opinion

In the previous issue, opinion columnist Parker Wells wrote an article arguing that improper utilization of statistics greatly damages the feminist movement. Rather than defend the validity of the statistic (already done by online...

Time alone a personal choice, not a failure

Parker Wells, Opinion Editor

April 12

Filed under Opinion, The Rest

It’s a cliché story that’s been told since middle school — The loner, sitting by himself at the lunch table, desperate for anyone to reach out and join them. This narrative is widespread, but it ignores the norms and de...

Editorial: Vice presidential candidates too new to Linfield

The Linfield Review Editorial Board

April 12

Filed under Opinion, The Rest

To be elected president or vice president of the United States, candidates must be at least 35 years old. To be elected for an ASB leadership position in most high schools, candidates must be either a junior or a senior. The ...

Editorial: Deferred recruitment’s impact unclear

The Linfield Review Editorial Board

March 15

Filed under Opinion

The recent choice to defer Greek life recruitment to spring semester has raised a variety of concerns and sparked conversation between those who support and oppose the decision. While there are potential benefits to deferred recruitment, t...

Misunderstandings in feminism movement problematic

Parker Wells, Opinion Editor

March 15

Filed under Opinion, The Rest

Achieving gender equality is among the highest goals of modern day America, and it is widely believed that feminism is capable of making that goal possible. The difficult reality is that common portrayal and understanding of...

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