Linfield students travel to Standing Rock to inspire and support

Elizabeth Stoeger, Staff Writer

December 4, 2016

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What began as a conversation between friends about the injustices of the situation in Standing Rock, ND, has materialized into what will be a whirlwind four-day trip for 11 Linfield students. The 1, 200 mile Dakota Access Pipeline is sc...

Students Respond to Politics on Campus

Mickayla - Bay Washington, Staff Writer

November 17, 2016

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The 2016 presidential election has left a crater of confusion and frustration among the student body at Linfield. The presidential race has highlighted a difference in opinion and ideology that was rarely discussed among s...

More than a school for international students

Grace Bruncke, Arts and Entertainment Co-Editor

November 1, 2016

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Leaving home and coming to college is a big adjustment for anyone, but imagine moving to a new country and immersing yourself in a whole new culture and starting college. That is what over 60 Linfield students are doing this year. ...

Linfield College Choir Concert Raises their Voices to Promote Peace

Mickayla - Bay Washington, Staff Writer

October 24, 2016

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Our fellow Wildcats raised their voices to promote peace at the Fall Choir Concert Sunday afternoon. The main event  was an original song straight from the minds of lyricist Janine Applegate and free-lance composer Andrea ...

“It felt almost like a movie”: The impact of 9/11

Elizabeth Stoeger, Staff Writer

September 12, 2016

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Part 3 of 3 Scott Nelson, ‘94, Director of Communications at Linfield, reported on 9/11 for the Boston Globe “I think I was in the [Boston Globe] office when the second plane hit, and we all went into the conference ...

“Everything stopped”: The impact of 9/11

Elizabeth Stoeger, Staff Writer

September 12, 2016

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Part 2 of 3 Bella Aung, ‘17, International Relations major “I was just running around, I think playing, like back and forth in the living room. My parents are like, ‘Oh something’s happening in New York, don’t run...

“A reversal of the American Dream”: The impact of 9/11

Elizabeth Stoeger, Staff Writer

September 12, 2016

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Part 1 of 3 Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt, Linfield Professor of English “I had just started teaching in a university in East Texas and was getting ready to go and teach that day.”   On the news, there seemed to be covera...

Wine maker finds joy in arts, supports Linfield

Jenny Horniman, Staff Writer

April 25, 2016

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Though her primary profession is acting as the owner of WillaKenzie Estate, a winery in Yamhill, Ronni LaCroute has been a passionate and impactful supporter of the arts programs at Linfield for the past several years. LaCroute’s...

Linfield’s catdome anthem

Jenny Horniman, Features editor

March 6, 2016

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A rockstar on and off the field, Linfield football running back number 23 Andy Nelson has risen to local fame through his original rap “Catdome,” which became an anthem for the 2015 wildcat football season. Rapping ha...

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