Oregon’s anti-immigration policies prompt reflection on grim history

Braelyn Swan, Staff writer

May 6, 2018

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Oregon has a particularly long history of enacting anti-immigration acts and policies. In today’s political climate, the topic of immigration has been a hot button topic, especially since the 2016 election. This political...

Tried, true tips for Gen Z students

Elin Johnson, Staff writer

May 6, 2018

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The end of the school year is fast approaching and summer is right around the corner. For many students, this means summer jobs and internships. Student career specialists from Career Development, Jenna Mihelich, ’20, and Nicole...

Professor wins Dave Hansen award

Elin Johnson, Staff Writer

April 28, 2018

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Linfield political science Professor Pat Cottrell is this year’s recipient of the Dave Hansen Outstanding Service Award. The award is given to a Linfield student, faculty member, staff member, or administrator that gives...

Zero Waste McMinnville looking for volunteers for UFO Festival

Angel Rosas, Staff writer

April 26, 2018

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Zero Waste McMinnville is seeking volunteers to help with waste sorting at the 19th annual UFO Festival on May 18 and 19, the McMinnville Scottish Festival on June 9 and 10 and Compostpalooza on June 16. Zero Waste McMinnvill...

Decorated Linfield alum to deliver commencement address

Emma Knudson, Staff writer

April 24, 2018

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Susan D. Hyde, a professor of political science at the University of California, Berkeley and a 2000 Linfield graduate, will deliver the commencement address to the class of 2018. Hyde’s achievements include receiving the ...

Student shares Pakistan culture

Anne Walkup, Staff writer

April 24, 2018

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A student from Pakistan has never attended Linfield until this year. According to Madhurita Valleja, the first from her county to study at Linfield, there’s a reason for this. “People in Pakistan don't really travel, not...

College marching band head announced

Anne Walkup, Staff writer

April 22, 2018

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As of this August, Linfield will be the first NCAA Division III school in the Northwest to have its own marching band. Even then, Linfield will belong to only a handful of Division III schools with marching bands nationwide. The...

Lu’au offers escape to warmer climes

Anne Walkup, Staff writer

April 22, 2018

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Although this spring’s incessant downpours might not have many people thinking about tropical weather, the approaching Linfield Lu’au offers a tropical island experience—minus the island. Hosted by the Hawaiian club,...

WWII journal inspiration for prof

Camille Botello, Staff writer

April 22, 2018

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After his wife wrote a memoir based on her father’s World War II journal, a Linfield professor created a multimedia rendition of the story. Mass communication associate professor Michael Huntsberger presented his project—a...

Review selects 2018-19 editor-in-chief

April 22, 2018

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The Linfield Review has selected a new editor-in-chief for the 2018-19 school year. Olivia Gomez, ’19, will take over as editor-in-chief. She is currently the news editor for the Review. As editor-in-chief, Gomez plans to...

Year winds down for ASLC Senate, ends with surprise proposal

Elin Johnson, Staff writer

April 22, 2018

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On the second to last week of this year’s ASLC cabinet, senators and elected members look to the future, which included proposing and implementing changes. Vice President Elect AnnaMarie Motis proposed that next semester...

ASLC to fund computers for new Riley lounge

Hannah Curry, Staff writer

April 9, 2018

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Students who walk into Riley Hall may notice a large tarp covering the old bookstore, which started getting renovated during spring break to become a new lounge. Construction is expected to continue through early May. Down...

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