Alternative Spring Break hits three destinations

Gabriel Nair, Anne Walkup, and Emma Knudson

April 9, 2018

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Bend By Gabriel Nair The group that went to Bend, Ore. was focused on the theme of environment and conservation. Students helped the forest service with forest restoration, trail maintenance, and river clean up. ...

Biology adds Yale educated professor

Cassandra Martinez, Staff writer

April 9, 2018

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Linfield’s new assistant professor in the biology department seeks to help students understand her teaching by adapting her teaching style to their way of understanding the work. Sreerupa Ray is teaching courses on biochemistry...

Student finds studying abroad beneficial for her major

Elin Johnson, Staff writer

March 18, 2018

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Emily Warner is a junior from Sherwood, Oregon studying elementary education and history. She is studying abroad in Galway, Ireland. “Studying abroad is really beneficial for education majors and makes you a more desirable...

Tenacity prevails in intramural sports

Emma Knudson, Staff writer

March 18, 2018

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Some people might think intramural sports are a joke. Others may think they’re enticing. And the rest may not even know they exist. But to those involved in these exciting collegiate leagues, they’re not only a fun way...

Exploring the world through amazing food

Elin Johnson, Staff writer

March 5, 2018

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Jake Olson is a junior studying international business with minors in management and economics. He is from Forest Grove, Oregon, which is about 40 minutes north of McMinnville. Aside from an exchange he did in middle school to...

New chem professor sticks close to home

Fiona Kelley, Staff writer

March 5, 2018

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When I sat down with Professor Andrew Baggett, I just knew him as my general chemistry professor. I now know that he is an avid cyclist (confirmed by the bike propped up in his office) and a motivated teacher. Baggett grew...

Don’t be a drag!

Emma Knudson, Staff writer

February 19, 2018

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If you’ve ever watched a swim meet, you may have noticed that the competitors make every effort to be as smooth and streamlined in the water as possible, including swim caps, specialized swimsuits (or for men, speedos—one...

Linfield alumna makes it onto NBC

Hannah Curry, Staff writer

February 19, 2018

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NBC’s newest sitcom “A.P. Bio” features Linfield alumna, Aparna Brielle ’15, as she debuts in her role as a snarky and brilliant high school student. A.P. Bio is about a Harvard philosophy professor, Jack Griffin, played...

Study abroad in China has broadened my view, appreciation of the world

Mihretabe Gizaw, For the Review

February 19, 2018

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China, China, China. It seems like that’s all I’ve heard for the better portion of the last two years. Now that I’m here, I’m starting to understand what all the hype is about. I have to admit, I had my biases about...

Students make most out of Jan term break

Braelyn Swan, Staff Writer

February 6, 2018

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January term is a great chance to study abroad, take time away from school, be with family, or pick up a few extra credits for the month. This last January term Linfield students did all of this and so much more. Senior Ashlyn Edmund...

Sustainability coordinator resigns, committee searching for replacement

Kyle Huizinga, Staff Writer

February 6, 2018

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Duncan Reid, Linfield’s current sustainability coordinator, will resign from his position at the start of spring semester. Reid is a Linfield alumnus who has held the position since 2013. During his five-year tenure as the fir...

Students abroad participate in Japanese, Galapagos traditions during holiday season

Braelyn Swan, Staff writer

November 27, 2017

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The holidays are the best time of year to be with family and fulfill family traditions. Most Linfield students can return home to their families at Thanksgiving and do what their families do. However, students who are studying...

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