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Linfield cheer to compete in first competition in school history
Athletics
Linfield cheer to compete in first competition in school history
Maddie Loverich, Editor-in-chief • December 27, 2021

Linfield’s cheer and stunt team will compete at Universal Cheerleaders Association and Universal Dance Association College Cheerleading and Dance Team Nationals in Orlando in January, the team’s first cheer competition in Linfield history. The competition...

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Avery Littman, Staff Writer • December 14, 2021
Linfield mens basketball wins at home
Linfield men's basketball takes the win
JJ Anderson, Staff Writer • December 11, 2021
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Is it safe to go home for Thanksgiving? Experts say yes
Anna Frazier , Managing Editor • November 19, 2021

The leaves have fallen, the wind is chilly, and college students across the country are gearing up to go home or visit loved ones for Thanksgiving break. Then, they’ll return to their...

Former Linfield trustee David Jubb pleads no contest, sentenced to probation and community service
Former Linfield trustee David Jubb pleads no contest, sentenced to probation and community service
Anna Frazier , Managing Editor • November 1, 2021
Former Linfield University Board of Trustees member, David Jubb, pleaded “no contest” to two charges of sexual harassment in Yamhill County Circuit Court on Thursday, according to court records. A plea of no contest means the defendant does not admit guilt for the alleged crime, but will accept the conviction.
Alternative sexual misconduct awareness training to be offered Nov. 10, available to all students
Alternative sexual misconduct awareness training to be offered Nov. 10, available to all students
Meghan Mullaly, Staff Writer • October 29, 2021
In an email sent on Friday, Oct. 22, the Associated Students of Linfield University (ASLU) announced their alternative option for the online Title IX training. This new, in-person program will take place Nov. 10 at 4:05 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. 
Día de Celebración: Linfield students and locals come together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
Día de Celebración: Linfield students and locals come together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
Olivia Maldonado and Jennifer Torres October 28, 2021
“It is a celebration of unity, to show all parts of identity as Hispanic/LatinX, and to show that we matter and that we belong in this country and the world. This event represents my pride of being Hispanic” said Linfield University sophomore Ivan Galicia Sixto.
Students react to sexual misconduct awareness training, alternative option to be offered
Students react to sexual misconduct awareness training, alternative option to be offered
Meghan Mullaly, Staff Writer • October 21, 2021
Linfield University’s decision to require all students to complete sexual misconduct awareness training by Oct. 1 has caused a stir on campus. Many students have said they oppose the course itself due to its content. In response, the Associated Students of Linfield University (ASLU) proposed alternative ways to complete the requirement. 
Linfield cheer to compete in first competition in school history
Linfield cheer to compete in first competition in school history
Maddie Loverich, Editor-in-chief • December 27, 2021

Linfield’s cheer and stunt team will compete at Universal Cheerleaders Association and Universal Dance Association College Cheerleading and Dance Team...

Klosterman faces off against Lewis and Clark University in mid-November.
Linfield football player in recovery, community steps up to exceed fundraising goal
Maddie Loverich, Editor-in-chief • December 12, 2021

A big collision during the fourth quarter of Linfield football’s Dec. 4 quarterfinal matchup against the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor quieted the...

Linfield mens basketball wins at home
Linfield men's basketball takes the win
JJ Anderson, Staff Writer • December 11, 2021

The basketball adage, “Live by the three, die by the three,” played out on center stage Friday night, as the Linfield Wildcats defeated the visiting...

Dempsey Roggenbuck with the ball
Linfield men’s basketball back from bonding in preparation for conference play 
Serrina Cabral, Staff Writer • December 3, 2021

The Linfield men’s basketball team played at The David Wells Classic this past week in California. The Wildcats came out strong with a win over La Verne...

We dont lie
We don't lie
Charlotte Abramson, Opinions Editor • December 9, 2021

Trigger warning: Contains references to sexual assault   I am so unbelievably angry with the recent news of the David Jubb conviction that it has taken me a few weeks...

Kadens Komments: Battle tested
Kaden's Komments: Battle tested
Kaden Gass, Staff Writer • December 4, 2021

Hey guys, it’s Kaden here. Something has been on my mind lately, so I figured I’d share. I'm one of those people that writes about what I know. The problem is, what if...

Peppermint mochas & brown-eyed men
Peppermint mochas & brown-eyed men
Charlotte Abramson, Opinions Editor • November 29, 2021

We’re back at Starbucks folks, and it’s the happiest time of the year! Okay, well no, that’s a lie. Everyone I know is pretty miserable right now, bogged down with homework,...

Kadens Komments: Lets talk about kinks
Kaden's Komments: Let's talk about kinks
Kaden Gass, Staff Writer • November 20, 2021

My bosses are on my tush this week in order to get yet another story to you all. This is what it’s come to folks. I've basically sold my soul to corporate America, and it...

Im grieving
I'm grieving
Charlotte Abramson, Opinions Editor • November 17, 2021

I think we need to take the time to talk about loss. It’s incredibly isolating. We’re living through unprecedented times and I think in some form or another, everyone...

How to succeed this finals season featuring Jeff Larson of Learning Support Services
How to succeed this finals season featuring Jeff Larson of Learning Support Services
Riley Omonaka, Features Editor • December 11, 2021

December brings with it many joys: warm drinks, cozy sweaters, and the promise of a long winter break. Unfortunately, for most Linfield students it also means the dreaded...

Making the world a better place with economics: Eric Schuck
Making the world a better place with economics: Eric Schuck
Riley Omonaka, Features Editor • December 5, 2021
Erik Schuck, a Linfield economics professor,  is determined to change the world. He researches the allocation of water in agriculture during scarcity. Through his research, he gives students at Linfield the tools to thrive in the professional world and help people around the globe get fed.
Study abroad amidst a pandemic: Dan Binder
Study abroad amidst a pandemic: Dan Binder
Annemarie Mullet November 28, 2021

Throughout the world, there’s thousands of people in school -- grade school, college, grad school -- all living the shared student experience. Many students don’t realize...

Kirby Neumann-Rea worked as a student journalist for Linews, which is now The Linfield Review, in his time at Linfield College.
Linfield alum steps into leadership role with local newspaper
Maddie Loverich, Editor-in-chief • November 15, 2021

The News-Register, a local newspaper based out of McMinnville, Ore., needed a managing editor. They posted a job opening for the position, and it caught the eye of a journalist...

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Pets on campus
Avery Littman, Staff Writer • December 14, 2021

Linfield junior, Shayla Wacker, has lived in Jane Failing for three years. She’s a secondary education and literature double major, working as a Resident Advisor. What makes...

How to impress the crap out of your family (or yourself) this holiday season
How to impress the crap out of your family (or yourself) this holiday season
Anna Frazier, Managing Editor • December 7, 2021

Going home for break and want to show your family how going to college has matured you? Staying on campus and want to make yourself a tasty and indulgent treat? Going to a...

December Horoscopes
December Horoscopes
Laney Green, Life and Culture Editor • December 1, 2021
This is your last monthly horoscope of 2021. The universe is crossing it's fingers for you...
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The why behind Thanksgiving turkey
Felicity Fulton, Staff Writer • November 27, 2021
From New York to California, families all over America sat down together at Thanksgiving on Thursday with turkey on their plates. But, why exactly is it turkey instead of other options? Like chicken? Or ham?
Five local hikes to celebrate National Take a Hike Day
Five local hikes to celebrate National Take a Hike Day
Jordan Worthington, Staff Writer • November 17, 2021

Beginning as a trailblazing activity to discover new wonders, hiking is now one of the most popular American pastimes. Whether you need to clear your head, get some exercise...

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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