Camas: Behind the scenes

Anne Walkup, Writer

November 6, 2018

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Producing a student-run literary journal is no minor feat, especially at a small school like Linfield. The Camas Literary Journal is produced annually by a group of Linfield students. Three student editors lead a class in...

Linfield’s international students settle in to new culture

Alexandra Feller, Writer

October 12, 2018

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Many American students have a difficult time adjusting to life after high school. However, the difficulties and obstacles would only be more amplified if one were to travel abroad. Linfield is known among the community and in...

Multicultural Center continues to be an open, safe space for community

Emma Olson, Writer

October 12, 2018

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The Multicultural Center is under new administration. Beatriz Rendon Bautista, who graduated last year, is the new Program Coordinator for Multicultural Programs and Services. Nicholas Domenichini is the Program Assistant for Mu...

Change Corps’ Taste of Service Day was popular event for Linfield community

Elin Johnson, Features Editor

September 25, 2018

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Statements by Adrian Iu and Maddy Shelton Adrian Iu ‘19 is the director of Days of Service. “For Taste of Service this year, we [had] 40 students [register] for the event; however, we [did] expect more students s...

Team Sponge takes collaboration to new levels

Angel Rosas and Elin Johnson

September 19, 2018

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While many Linfield students were working their summer jobs, taking in the summer sun, or avoiding anything that required movement, two Wildcats were off in the Florida Keys researching the habits, ecosystems and bacteria of — ...

Student sees Guatemala through film

Melanie Johnson, Writer

September 18, 2018

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While many students enjoyed basking in sunny locations over the summer, one opted to spend a month in Guatemala—in the middle of that country’s rainy season. Oregon native Malia Riggs ’19 said the reason for the trip was...

Linfield sexual assault reports are fifth highest in Oregon

Camille Botello and Carson Ryder

May 8, 2018

Filed under Features, News, The Rest

Here’s what’s guaranteed for survivors of sexual assault at Linfield: students will receive care and resources for recovery and they will determine the progression of the investigation. Other than that, nothing is really certain. Annual...

Multisport athletes search for a balance

Alex Jensen and Elizabeth Stoeger

May 8, 2018

Filed under Features, Sports

One of the most significant controversies in the sports world today is the debate about whether multisport or single-sport athletes have a better chance for success. In the youth arena, there has been a growing stigma around competing...

At ease: Military veterans find new life at Linfield

Elizabeth Stoeger and Elin Johnson

May 8, 2018

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More than 5 million post-9/11 service members are expected to transition out of the military by 2020, according to the American Council on Education. While some of these veterans will enroll in an institution of higher education,...

‘A good way to live’

Elizabeth Stoeger, Staff writer

May 8, 2018

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Most Linfield students are grappling with student debt, choosing a career path and picking the next show to binge watch. For one Linfield student, all these worries are distant memories. Helen Marie Redbird-Smith is a member...

Challenges of studying abroad: Adrian Iu’s experience in Spain

Elin Johnson, Staff writer

May 7, 2018

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Adrian Iu is a junior, double majoring in literature and Spanish with a minor in gender studies. Iu is spending the semester studying in Alicante, Spain. Alicante is along the Spanish coast bordering the Mediterranean Sea. Iu...