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LIFE & CULTURE
Half-price drip: Linfield students showcase their thrifting prowess
Laney Green, Life & Culture Editor • November 30, 2022

“Thanks, I thrifted it,” is quite possibly the most rewarding reply when a person pays your outfit a compliment.  At least that’s what Linfield students Chandler Morris, Anna Frazier, and Sam Brinda were able to agree upon.  Whether...

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Art by Emma Inge
Blonde: Exposé or exploitation?
Sara Cerda, Guest Writer • November 30, 2022
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My Hands Remind Me of Yours – showing gratitude for those that have inspired
My Hands Remind Me of Yours – showing gratitude for those that have inspired
Meghan Mullaly, Staff Writer • November 29, 2022

On Nov. 18, artist Rhiannon ‘Skye’ Tafoya’s show titled “My Hands Remind Me of Yours” came to an end at the Linfield University Gallery. This show had been on display starting...

The Makers Market flyer
Linfield University art department to host its first ever Makers Market on Wednesday evening
Riley Omonaka, News Editor • November 29, 2022

With the holidays around the corner, shopping for gifts can feel like a daunting task. It can be near impossible to find unique and heartfelt gifts for loved ones in an age where consumerism...

Linfield University has several signs around campus with their attributes and accolades.
Linfield announces increase in Latinx and first-gen population on campus
Emma Inge, Managing Editor • November 29, 2022

On Nov. 2, 2022, Linfield University announced the student population reached 1,755 in undergraduate and graduate students this fall. Within...

Firebringer opens at Linfield’s Marshall theatre
Firebringer opens at Linfield’s Marshall theatre
Riley Omonaka, News Editor • November 16, 2022

Editor’s Note: This story contains spoilers about the show. Firebringer will be playing Nov. 17 and 18 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 19 at 2 p.m. Tickets...

Upcoming art competition gives opportunities for Linfield students to showcase their work, regardless of major
Upcoming art competition gives opportunities for Linfield students to showcase their work, regardless of major
Riley Omonaka, News Editor • November 16, 2022

Are you a student? Got art? Submit it to the Linfield Juried Art Show for evaluation. The Linfield University art department is accepting entries...

Linfield Wildcats faced George Fox Bruins at home on November 19.
Linfield wildcats sweep the board at first home swim meet of the season
Meghan Mullaly, Staff Writer • November 29, 2022

Linfield hosted George Fox on Saturday, November 19, for their first home swim meet of the season. The women’s team defeated the Bruins 126-69, while...

Blake Eaton scrambles away from an attempted tackle by a Bethel defender.
Early exit for Linfield football
JJ Anderson, Photographer • November 29, 2022

The Linfield football season came to a screeching halt Saturday afternoon at Maxwell Field. With a stout defense and a potent offense, the visiting No....

PHOTO STORY: Mens Basketball vs. Eastern Oregon University
PHOTO STORY: Mens Basketball vs. Eastern Oregon University
Abbie Bach, Photographer • November 29, 2022

After a hard fought match, the Wildcats fell to Eastern Oregon 79-92 in their second game of the season on Tuesday. The Cats’ offensive rebounding...

PHOTO STORY: Womens Soccer vs Whitman
PHOTO STORY: Women's Soccer vs Whitman
Abbie Bach, Photographer • November 23, 2022

     Through the smoky haze of Sunday afternoon the Linfield Wildcats were able to secure their first win in conference play, coming...

Art by Emma Inge
Blonde: Exposé or exploitation?
Sara Cerda, Guest Writer • November 30, 2022

Marilyn Monroe. That is all one needs to say to trigger images of the glamorous Golden Age of Hollywood. Flashing cameras, elegant hairstyles, chic outfits. And above all,...

Friday night lights–not
Friday night lights–not
Mikayla Minton, Guest Writer • October 25, 2022

Picture this: setting sun, kickoff, brisk air, bright lights, champions. You're in the stands of Maxwell Field on a cool, fall Saturday night. With the sound of the marching...

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What’s up with Linfield Outsourcing Title IX?
Annemarie Mullet, Opinions Editor • October 18, 2022

Editor’s Note: Dean of students, vice president of student affairs, and deputy Title IX coordinator, Jeff Mackay, could not be reached to comment on this story.    One...

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The Linfield Website: made for students, or made for the public?
Tori Schuller, Staff Writer • September 27, 2022

Only a few months ago, this small college hit its two-year mark of officially being a university. As Linfield University has expanded, so has its outreach online. The Linfield...

The renovation and build-out of Linfields new state-of-the-art science center and laboratory space began during the summer of 2021 and plans to finish this winter.
Is Murdock Darwin’s new Galápagos?
Riley Omonaka, News Editor • September 20, 2022

I love the extra funding and resources being thrown into the science department, but I can’t help but wonder if Charles Darwin’s spirit has come to haunt us all. For...

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...

Coat hangers of clothes at GOAT NW.
Half-price drip: Linfield students showcase their thrifting prowess
Laney Green, Life & Culture Editor • November 30, 2022

“Thanks, I thrifted it,” is quite possibly the most rewarding reply when a person pays your outfit a compliment.  At least that’s what Linfield students Chandler...

Sunset in the streets of Vienna, Austria. Photo by Allison Hmura.
Study abroad: The opportunity of a lifetime
Tori Schuller, Staff Writer • November 2, 2022

Walk around the Linfield University campus in McMinnville, Ore., and you may run into every kind of person imaginable. The 1,500-student population comes not only from all...

Art by Annemarie Mullet
November 2022 Horoscopes: dos and don’ts
Laney Green, Life and Culture Editor • November 1, 2022

Aquarius Jan. 20 – Feb. 18 Do: Wine tasting, drop ins, poetry. Don’t: Drive through car washes, buy plants, text rant.   Pisces Feb. 19 – March 20  Do:...

 Buns fresh out of the fryer. Photo by:  Buns fresh out of the fryer.
(Air) Fry it up: Is the wildly popular kitchen appliance worth the cost for college students?
Sarah Arpag, Guest Writer • October 25, 2022

Air fryers have been rising in popularity since they were first made in 2010. Recently, the counter appliance blew up on TikTok during the COVID-19 lockdown.  They...

Huehca Omeyocan: A Photo Story
Huehca Omeyocan: A Photo Story
Camille Lubach, Staff Artist • October 18, 2022

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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