The Linfield Review

Acoustic performance sets the stage for 2018-’19 Cat Cabs

Angel Rosas, News Editor

September 1, 2018

Season 1 winner of NBC’s “The Voice” Javier Colon performed at 7 p.m. on Thursday on the IM field for ASLC’s first Cat Cab of the year. Right before Colon started performing, the field was empty of an audience besides those who came early to set up. However, once Colon started his acoustic...

Don’t make a sound

Grant Beltrami, Arts & Entertainment Editor

August 31, 2018

In the recent suspense horror film “A Quiet Place,” a family attempts to survive in a world where making the slightest sound could cost them their lives; a world where vicious creatures with hypersensitive hearing have wiped out most of the human population. Most monster-centered horror films tease vie...

Choir represents unity in spring concert

Hannah Curry, Staff Writer

May 13, 2018

This year’s spring choir concert called “We Are One” represented unity, togetherness, and one voice. The singers performed a variety of songs from different styles, eras, and composers. The concert started out with Wildcats Men’s Glee singing “The Longest Time” by Billy Joel. Following...

Review: Janelle Monáe wild and free

Emma Knudson, Staff writer

May 7, 2018

Relief and freedom are two of the themes running through Janelle Monáe’s newest album. As it opens, she proclaims in the beginning of the second track, “Crazy, Classic, Life,” that she is “young, black, wild and free.” Just a day before the official release of “Dirty Computer,” Monáe...

Summer a perfect time for binge watching

Grant Beltrami, Staff writer

May 7, 2018

With summer fast approaching, those students who are not overly burdened by actual work or fun summer activities are probably looking forward to relaxing and doing some hardcore binge watching. I think it is safe to say that if you have not yet watched “Game of Thrones,” “Breaking Bad,” or...

Review: ‘Infinity War’ delights Marvel fans

Gabriel Nair, Staff writer

May 7, 2018

The hype is real. Seriously. This past Thursday, I went and watched “Avengers: Infinity War Part 1” on opening night and it was unlike any opening I’ve ever attended. The theater was packed to the brim. This is the culmination of 10 years of Marvel cinematic history. At one point, people were...

Senior singers deliver recital performance

Anne Walkup, Staff Writer

April 29, 2018

It’s not just anyone who can sing for an hour and a half and make it look easy. But seniors Jamie Foglesong, soprano, and Marcos Galvez, tenor, seemed to have no trouble enthralling their audience. The two performed their senior recital Friday evening in Ice Auditorium to a lively crowd of students,...

Kendrick Lamar’s 2017 album wins Pulitzer

Emma Knudson, Staff writer

April 22, 2018

In a historic and well-deserved moment, Kendrick Lamar won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize in music for his album, ‘DAMN.’ It is the first body of musical work to receive the honor outside of the classical or jazz genre, making the win pleasantly unexpected. Yet looking through this year’s recipients,...

Dan and Shay to bring a mix of country, pop to Wildstock

Hannah Curry, Staff writer

April 22, 2018

As most students have now heard, country artists Dan and Shay will be headlining Wildstock in May. Personally, I had never heard of Dan and Shay until this exciting news was announced, so I decided to take a listen and see what they were all about. For starters, I looked up who they were, because...

Audiences stunned to silence by ‘A Quiet Place’

Emma Knudson, Staff writer

April 17, 2018

“No, Jim, be careful!” a concerned voice echoed as the tension mounted in the theater. Though it wasn't dorky Jim Halpert from The Office tackling noise-sensitive monsters— it was the unnamed protagonist, notably played by the same actor (John Krasinski) in the horror film A Quiet Place. Se...

Ready Player One visually stunning, loses story in progress

Cassandra Martinez, Staff writer

April 17, 2018

Steven Spielberg is responsible for directing amazing and imaginative movies from everyone’s childhood, due to his ability to make imaginative worlds come alive on the big screen. His newest movie project “Ready Player One,” is another one of his imaginative creation. The movie was based on the...

Singing master class asks Linfield students to reinterpret their music

Braelyn Swan, Staff writer

April 9, 2018

The music department hosted Daniel Helfgot for a master class, “The Singer as Interpreter,” Thursday afternoon in Delkin Recital hall. Helfgot is an opera director and coach who listened to students perform and coached them on their performances. The first singer Helfgot coached was Marcos...