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Divenson Willis wins a match
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Night at the Museum
Ethan Kline, Guest Writer • February 19, 2024

MCMINNVILLE, OR — The Linfield University wrestling team capped off the regular season this Wednesday at the Evergreen Space Museum, facing off against Umpqua Community College. Fans in attendance were treated to an intense dual with planes and jets...

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Suncoast Review: Waiting to Begin Again
Suncoast Review: Waiting to Begin Again
Julian Ortiz, Staff Writer • February 16, 2024
A Look Back: Five Favorite Films of 2023
A Look Back: Five Favorite Films of 2023
Julian Ortiz, Staff Writer • February 15, 2024
A look back and forward on Linfield’s choir performances
A look back and forward on Linfield’s choir performances
Julian Ortiz, Staff Writer • February 12, 2024

On a rainy night in December, the final choir concert of the year was getting underway. The event held in the Ice Auditorium showcased three separate choral groups: Wildcat Glee Club,...

Jack the Dog: the Unlikely College Furry Friend
Jack the Dog: the Unlikely College Furry Friend
Tori Schuller, New's Editor • December 4, 2023

Upon walking into apartment 204 at Linfield University, you will be instantly met with an enormous hug and a warm welcome from the fifth roommate of the home. However instead of...

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Linfield University Annual Luau takes a festive turn with first-ever Christmas Show
Deiana Gutwig, Guest Writer • December 4, 2023

Taetum Lynn Kalani, junior JAMS major, captain of the cheer team and Hui O Lokahi co-chair, has taken on the role of starting a Linfield Luau...

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Day in the Life of a Speech and Debater
Kenneth McMillen, Staff Writer • December 4, 2023

Forensics. It is a word commonly associated with crime dramas like “Bones”, the investigators in a true crime podcast and murder. However,...

An interview with Rabea Qaiser, international student
An interview with Rabea Qaiser, international student
Andrew Beauchamp, Guest writer • December 4, 2023
We strolled across campus at a leisurely pace along campus, golden hour softly illuminating the fallen leaves which littered the path in front of us. We started the conversation with pleasantries, the usual “how are you” and “how is classes.” However, there was an air of sadness in the conversation because I knew that her time with Linfield was ending, and she would be returning to her home country of Pakistan soon. Rabea is a part of the international student program, hailing from Bahawalpur, Pakistan and attending the Islamic University of Bahawalpur.
Divenson Willis wins a match
Night at the Museum
Ethan Kline, Guest Writer • February 19, 2024

MCMINNVILLE, OR — The Linfield University wrestling team capped off the regular season this Wednesday at the Evergreen Space Museum, facing off against...

Seventh Times a Charm
Seventh Times a Charm
Tori Schuller, New's Editor • February 12, 2024

Clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap. Seven every race, every meet, every season. For Rocco Velie, a sophomore on the Linfield men’s swim team, the...

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Wes Domeck: bringing a military perspective and Van Halen to the golf course since 1992
Tori Schuller, New's Editor • December 16, 2023

Enraged over a missed 7-foot putt to win the tournament, Trevor Price walked away from the green to throw his putter back in the bag, assuming his coach...

McMinnville Pickleball Club welcomes Linfield students
McMinnville Pickleball Club welcomes Linfield students
JJ Anderson, Guest writer • December 4, 2023
Pickleball.   Yes. The sport often associated with the likes of retirees and those who are not good enough to play tennis, has claimed me as its latest devout follower.  
A Look Back: Five Favorite Films of 2023
A Look Back: Five Favorite Films of 2023
Julian Ortiz, Staff Writer • February 15, 2024

Stacked from top to bottom with memorable, 2023 was an exciting year at the movies. For the first time since before the pandemic, there was an embarrassment of riches when...

Not Your Traditional Love Story: A Valentine’s Movie Selection
Not Your Traditional Love Story: A Valentine’s Movie Selection
Faythe Lloyd, Staff Writer • February 14, 2024

Not every romance looks the same, but sometimes it feels like every romance movie is. Are you tired of the hallmark format, of dramatic chase scenes in the rain, and men thinking...

Why I think Owala is the best water bottle
Why I think Owala is the best water bottle
Mariah Johnston, Life & Culture Editor • February 1, 2024

Triple threat. I own all three — Stanley, Hydro Flask and Owala. With my waterbottle I have traveled, played sports, and confided to it as emotional support. I truly believe...

A Look Back: Five Least Favorite Films of 2023
A Look Back: Five Least Favorite Films of 2023
Julian Ortiz, Staff Writer • February 1, 2024

Before getting into the list I wanted to preface it by saying making films is by no means easy. Let alone making a good film is hard, if it were easy there would never be...

The Best Christmas Movies; Controversial or Correct?
The Best Christmas Movies; Controversial or Correct?
Tori Schuller, New's Editor • December 25, 2023

As Christmas arrives, each family will decorate their house for the upcoming season. Cookies are baked, presents are wrapped, and the annual holiday traditions reenter the...

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Words of inspiration from Linfield’s new nursing professors
Charlotte Abramson and Isabel Berger October 27, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted every aspect of everyday life─from school, to grocery shopping, to politics. However, despite the staggering loss of jobs around the...

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A look at Linfield’s newest Wine Studies professor
Sierra Bodle, Staff Writer • October 27, 2020

You may be familiar with the wine studies instructor Toni Ketrenos, but did you know that she has a house bunny? She also has a black lab mix named Pearl, a 22-year-old orange...

The Renshaw Computer lab is normally busy with people finishing projects or rushing in for a quick print before their class begins. With all classes online, students have no need to  print anymore and the lab remains empty even though access is permitted for students on campus, given they comply with social distancing measures.
[PHOTOS] Finals approaching, but popular study spots remain empty
Lexi Kerr and Dustin Lau May 5, 2020

Studying for finals looks a lot different for students enrolled spring 2020 classes. Students will take finals online to finish the semester, seeking study spots around their...

Community Plate, a popular hangout restaurant, hangs a sign on the door saying they are temporarily closed but hopes to have food available for takeout soon. Wednesday, April 8, 2020.
[PHOTOS] How the outbreak of COVID-19 has affected McMinnville, from Linfield College to 3rd Street
Dustin Lau, Photographer • April 19, 2020

 

Suncoast Review: Waiting to Begin Again
Suncoast Review: Waiting to Begin Again
Julian Ortiz, Staff Writer • February 16, 2024

At its core, “Suncoast” written and directed by Laura Chinn, is an intensely emotional and at times uncomfortable story. It simultaneously balances a coming of age story...

A Look Into the Origins of Valentines Day
A Look Into the Origins of Valentine's Day
Kenneth McMillen, Staff Writer • February 16, 2024

Valentine's Day is a day devoted to our other half, the special person in our life, or maybe even just loving ourselves. The annual holiday celebrated on the fourteenth of...

Mean Girls (2024) Review: A Delightful Time at the Movies
Mean Girls (2024) Review: A Delightful Time at the Movies
Julian Ortiz, Staff Writer • February 1, 2024

There is a certain magic to capturing the barbaric qualities of high school on film. Each aspect from bullies to cliques, to love is heightened in the most satisfying way...

Top Netflix Shows to Watch Going Into 2024
Top Netflix Shows to Watch Going Into 2024
Mariah Johnston, Life & Culture Editor • February 1, 2024

Fool me Once Some would say this is the only show you must watch in 2024. And they wouldn’t be wrong. Taking place in Britain, Maya is a widowed wife who lost her husband...

The Top 10 Godzilla Films From a Lifelong Fan
The Top 10 Godzilla Films From a Lifelong Fan
Julian Ortiz, Staff Writer • January 21, 2024

November 4, 2023, saw the sixty-ninth birthday of the Godzilla franchise which made its debut in Japan in 1954. In celebration of the newest addition to the Godzilla franchise:...

Susty Cats: Paper towels and other single-use campus items
Susty Cats: Paper towels and other single-use campus items
Anna Frazier, Editor-in-chief • April 4, 2023

There are plenty of adages out there that attempt to help us regular mortals combat the environmental behemoth known as climate change. Eat less meat. Recycle your cans. Reduce...

The cast takes a bow at Eco Tales.
Eco Tales at Ford Theatre showcases student-written stories combining theatre and environmental awareness
Mariah Johnston, Staff Writer • March 15, 2023

Linfield University’s Theatre Department hosted Eco Tales: Student-Adapted Fairy Tales this past week in the Ford Theatre. This play takes a unique twist on fairy tales,...

Susty Cats: Food waste 
Susty Cats: Food waste 
Anna Frazier, Editor in Chief • March 15, 2023

There are plenty of sayings out there that attempt to help us regular mortals combat the environmental behemoth known as climate change. Eat less meat. Recycle your cans....

Jo Henderson, right, spoke at Linfields Graf auditorium last week.
A World Without Soil: A tale of disappointments and hope
Riley Omonaka, News Editor • March 14, 2023

Linfield University sits at the epicenter of Oregon wine country. Much of the local economy is reliant on job creation and tourism brought in the wine-making industry. Vineyards...

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