Documentary influences conversation on sexual assault on campus

Hannah Carty, Writer

April 13, 2019

Filed under News

College students long await the day to open acceptance letters into their dream schools. Then comes move-in day—the beginning to self-discovery and academic success. This experience is shared with the hundreds of new studen...

Local transportation helps students get around

Alexandra Feller, Features Editor

April 13, 2019

Filed under Features, News

Linfield students who lack cars have a wider range of transportation options than originally thought. With Rick Shaw taxi company in town and two reliable Uber Lyft drivers, a trip to Winco may be easy and efficient. Rick ...

Earth Week excitement comes to sustainability office

Angel Rosas, News Editor

April 13, 2019

Filed under News

Linfield’s Sustainability department often works behind the scenes doing different events, supporting people who have a passion for sustainability and working to keep Linfield as environmentally conscious as possible. However,...

Scholarship provides students with summer internships

Angel Rosas, News Editor

April 13, 2019

Filed under News

A four year program will provide five first-year students with paid internships in both for-profit and nonprofit organizations. Linfield’s career development department’s main mission for having the IMPACT internship is to all...

New program confronts issues of unrealistic body ideals among women

Angel Rosas, News Editor

April 13, 2019

Filed under News

In the next academic year several academic departments along with student health, wellness, and counseling will be starting the Body Project. The project will be tackling issues of unrealistic body and beauty ideals that per...

National parents admissions bribery scandal is shameful

Elijah O’Bryant, Writer

April 9, 2019

Filed under Opinion

In the recent cycle of national news, you might have heard about this recent college admission scandal. You may know by now that about 50 or so affluent parents, coaches and "businessmen" were arrested earlier this week for variou...

Wildcat’s heart overpowers Loggers

Angel Rosas, News Editor

April 8, 2019

Filed under Sports

The Wildcats took control over the Puget Sound Loggers Saturday night at Maxwell Field. The typical Oregon rain was a steady background player causing a Linfield goal to be redacted because of an illegal stick. Sticks strings...

Spring Break homework: A burden or necessary evil?

Anne Walkup, Opinions Editor

March 25, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Spring Break is aptly named—a break during the spring. Its purpose is not to give professors the chance to assign extra assignments, essays and preparation time for exams. But as midterm projects and exams often fall near the...

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