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The Linfield Review receives 10 PNAJE awards
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The Linfield Review receives 10 PNAJE awards
June 11, 2022

The Linfield Review was honored with 10 awards from the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators (PNAJE) 2022 Contest. The Review was up against other universities in the Pacific Northwest and notably received second place for general excellence...

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Young practicing with his racket.
Defying the expectations
Kate Walkup, Sports Editor • May 20, 2022
Riley and Rowan practicing dribbling.
A team of two
Kate Walkup, Sports Editor • May 19, 2022
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The Linfield Review receives 10 PNAJE awards
The Linfield Review receives 10 PNAJE awards
June 11, 2022

The Linfield Review was honored with 10 awards from the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators (PNAJE) 2022 Contest. The Review was up against other universities in the...

The Review takes home eight awards in ONPA Collegiate Newspaper Contest
The Review takes home eight awards in ONPA Collegiate Newspaper Contest
Maddie Loverich , Editor-in-chief • May 18, 2022

The Linfield Review was honored with eight awards in the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association's 2022 Collegiate Newspaper Contest, including first place for best graphic, first place...

Accessibility on campus has room for improvement, students say
Accessibility on campus has room for improvement, students say
Meghan Mullaly, Staff Writer • April 18, 2022

In the fall of 2021, freshman Grace Fjermedal started the school year on wheels. Fjermedal has a neuroinflammatory autoimmune disease and nerve...

The Ukrainian flag.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine, explained: Q&A with Professor Dawn Nowacki
Maddie Loverich, Editor-in-chief • March 10, 2022
While it may seem far away from home, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has become an important issue for the entire world. New details emerge every hour and it’s difficult to keep up with constant developments or to even find reliable and consistent news resources about the crisis.
Linfield joined several other Oregon universities in announcing an end to mandatory masking.
Maskless in McMinnville: Linfield to end mandatory masking, in line with state actions
Anna Frazier , Managing Editor • March 8, 2022
After three semesters of mandatory mask-wearing, students at Linfield University will be allowed to shed their face coverings soon–if they choose to do so.
Young practicing with his racket.
Defying the expectations
Kate Walkup, Sports Editor • May 20, 2022

Graduation is right around the corner for the majority of Matous Young’s peers, but he still has three more years of college to complete. The Linfield...

Riley and Rowan practicing dribbling.
A team of two
Kate Walkup, Sports Editor • May 19, 2022

Always together.  “Going to college together was an automatic thing,” Riley said. “There was no question. Ever since we were little, we've done...

Khan at practice diving for a ball.
Keeping his rhythm with baseball
Kate Walkup, Sports Editor • May 15, 2022

Most individuals’ initial memories include the first time they ride a bike, try their favorite food or watch their favorite movie.   However, this...

Feinglas getting ready to race.
Chasing an NCAA qualifier and a break in the rain
Kate Walkup, Sports Editor • May 6, 2022

Rain, cancellations, more rain. Not many people find the freezing, endless drizzles that trail into late spring enjoyable, but this unusually wet spring...

Gays and their grapes: Kadens Komments final sign off
Gays and their grapes: Kaden's Komments' final sign off
Kaden Gass, Staff Writer • May 25, 2022

The hot humid air at the Dundee Loves Drag show felt like a Louisiana swamp families' crawfish boil. Each brings an interesting group of people together, and each is equally...

Kadens Komments: Post-Pandemic Problems
Kaden's Komments: Post-Pandemic Problems
Kaden Gass, Staff Writer • April 30, 2022

Hey folks, it’s ya boy Kaden and this week I wanted to talk about post-pandemic problems and finding a job. I feel like getting a job is very similar to a boys club and...

Ive got a petal to pick with seasonal allergies
I've got a petal to pick with seasonal allergies
Felicity Fulton, Staff Writer • April 13, 2022

It’s spring time. The weather is getting nicer and the windy days are perfect for things like flying kites. I can’t fly kites though, since I’m a coughing, sniffly mess...

Dont touch me
Don't touch me
Charlotte Abramson, Opinions Editor • April 9, 2022

I don’t know about anyone else, but I am so sick and tired of being touched by men at the grocery store, or being told to smile by the gas station attendant, or having some...

Kadens Komments: Get Shreked Bby
Kaden's Komments: Get Shreked Bby
Kaden Gass, Staff Writer • March 31, 2022

Hey guys and gals. It’s ya boy Kaden Gass, and today we are reviewing Shrek 2: the best movie from the Shrek series. I am drinking a glass of wine and 22 years young while...

Linfield students practicing for the upcoming dance showcase. (Annemarie Mullet)
A peek into the Linfield Dance Ensemble: Student showcase scheduled for this weekend
Annemarie Mullet, Staff Writer • May 5, 2022

At Linfield University, there are many talented groups that fly under the radar. One of these groups is Linfield’s Dance Ensemble, run by choreographer and professor, Sarah...

A day in the life of the cast and crew of Heathers
A day in the life of the cast and crew of "Heathers"
Annemarie Mullet, Staff Writer • April 20, 2022

For the audience of "Heathers: the Musical", the show starts when the lights dim and the music plays. For the cast and crew: the show begins much earlier than that. The crew...

Tim Matzs podcast, called Wine Chat Uncensored, will premiere later this year.
New director of wine education looks to advance wine studies program
Maddie Loverich, Editor-in-chief • April 11, 2022

Linfield University’s location in the heart of the globally-recognized wine region of the Willamette Valley in Oregon was a big reason that Linfield’s new director of...

The opening ceremony for the exhibit on Wednesday.
New art exhibit honors life and creativity of Linfield alum
Riley Omonaka, Features Editor • February 20, 2022

Art exists beyond speech and time, and it extracts feelings and experiences that cannot be explained through words alone. The creation of art is a means to emote and be understood. For...

Ceramics student Savy Short throws wood into the kiln. (Grace Fjermedal)
Art in the hillside: Linfield students visit East Creek Art to experience the anagama kiln
Grace Fjermedal, Staff Writer • May 25, 2022

With sparkling skies, a babbling creek, and trees blanketed in moss, it isn't hard to recognize East Creek as a beautiful place for art and learning. This hidden gem of Willamina,...

Kendra and I enjoy our lattes and (try to) work on our lab write ups at Flag and Wire
One coffee shop to rule them all
Anna Frazier , Editor-in-chief • May 18, 2022

We’ve all been there: you walk all the way across campus—backpack laden with a laptop and ten-ton textbooks—to the Linfield University Starbucks only to find it’s...

Lindseys latest HelloFresh conception: beef tenderloin and shallot pan sauce with garlic creamed kale and mashed potatoes.
Is HelloFresh worth it? A student's perspective
Lindsey Burns, Guest Writer • May 4, 2022

Hellofresh has been taunting me via targeted advertising for too long. For years now, TikTok, Youtube and Instagram have been swarming my feeds with influencer endorsements,...

Siltstone Wines: a Willamette Valley wine tasting experience for all
Siltstone Wines: a Willamette Valley wine tasting experience for all
Julien Sears, Guest Writer • May 2, 2022

In the state of Oregon, there are 908 wineries. 700 of those reside in the Willamette Valley. Each of these wineries are unique in their own way and must find a way to show...

Welcome back, Wildstock: Rapper Kyle to headline campus concert
Welcome back, Wildstock: Rapper Kyle to headline campus concert
Maddie Loverich, Editor-in-chief • April 22, 2022

One of Linfield University’s most treasured events is finally back on campus on May 7.  Wildstock, a free concert for students put on by the student government,...

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...

Starbucks is turning fifty in 2021, and with its birthday they are looking for positive change
Starbucks commits to a sustainable future, recent statement by CEO
Anna Frazier, Climate & Environment Editor • February 14, 2020

SEATTLE--Starbucks CEO, Kevin Johnson, recently sent a letter to staff, stakeholders, and customers outlining the company’s short- and long-term goals for sustainability....

Alternative milks are on the rise, such as coconut milk.
Got milk? The fall of a dairy giant
Anna Frazier, Climate & Environment Editor • February 13, 2020

A report released in November states that America’s largest cow milk producer, Dean Foods, has filed for bankruptcy. Dean Foods is a parent company for many well-known dairy...

C02 levels hit a record high in 2019, even with a reduction in coal burning.
2019's CO2 emissions highest ever, despite reduction in coal burning
Anna Frazier, Climate & Environment Editor • January 9, 2020

The yearly global carbon dioxide output reached a record high, despite a slowing in emissions from many countries and a reduction in coal burning facilities. Last year was...

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