Community concerns surrounding on-campus COVID outbreak
Community concerns surrounding on-campus COVID outbreak
Alexandra Feller and Ethan Myers February 12, 2021

In a Yamhill County town hall held on Saturday, Feb. 6, Patricia Haddeland, Director of Student Health, Wellness and Counseling for Linfield University, addressed concerns...

Finding movement in a pocket student lounge
Finding movement in a pocket student lounge
Alexandra Feller, Editor-in-chief • February 21, 2021

“Cities call them pocket parks,” she said. “The idea that a park doesn’t have to be this huge thing with a ton of resources. It can be this small thing that is just...

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Junior Abi Proffitt hit a grand slam Wednesday night against Bushnell, her first homerun of the year.
Softball bests Bushnell in high-scoring sweep
JJ Anderson, Staff Writer • February 25, 2021

Linfield softball swept a double-header against Bushnell University Wednesday evening at Del Smith Stadium, winning 3-1 and 18-2, respectively.  Game 1 Senior Maddy...

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Give me a (spring) break
Emma Olson, Opinions Editor • February 24, 2021

In a move to stop the spread of the coronavirus amongst its students, Linfield University has cancelled this year’s spring break. While there were good intentions behind...

Models vs role models
Models vs role models
Kaden Gass, Staff Writer • February 19, 2021

Human attraction and the way people automatically fall in love with something is such an interesting concept to me. Everyone is so different. No same person has the exact...

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Breaking up with my FitBit
Laney Green, Staff Writer • February 14, 2021

I don’t know about you, but my FitBit smartwatch is my biggest cheerleader. It illuminates with fireworks and a parading rubber duck when I reach my 10,000 step goal for...

Heavy Student Feelings Amidst Covid Outbreak
Heavy Student Feelings Amidst Covid Outbreak
Zack Robie, Staff Writer • February 12, 2021

Linfield’s students on the McMinnville campus have come together through their shared reactions of rage, disappointment, and fear. Students have continued to bond through...

Linfield received a $15,000 grand from the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board in 2018 to fund the restoration of Cozine Creek after students in the environmental studies major assessed and inventoried the area and wrote a management plan. The grant money, which has been added to this year, goes toward efforts to control invasive species and plant native species.
Linfield to host native planting party, Cozine rehabilitation continues
Alexandra Feller , Guest Writer • March 12, 2020

Linfield will host a Cozine Creek planting party Saturday-- rain or shine-- from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in partnership with the Greater Yamhill Watershed Council.  Students...

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