Nursing campus to welcome new dean fall 2018

Review staff

February 6, 2018

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The Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing will have a new dean come the 2018-’19 academic year. Kim Dupree Jones is transitioning from her job as a professor of nursing and medicine at Oregon Health & Science University...

Virginia educator to assume presidential position following Hellie’s resignation

Kaelia Neal, Editor-in-chief

February 6, 2018

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Linfield’s Board of Trustees selected Miles K. Davis as the college’s 20th president, culminating a nationwide search that filtered 100 applicants down to two candidates. “The expression of ‘OMG’ was in my head,”...

Linfield names Virginia educator new president

Kaelia Neal, Editor in chief

January 31, 2018

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Linfield’s Board of Trustees selected Dr. Miles K. Davis as the college’s 20th president, culminating a nationwide search that filtered 100 applicants down to two potential candidates. Davis will be the first African-Ame...

Second presidential candidate to visit, address students

Kaelia Neal and Elizabeth Stoeger

December 6, 2017

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A chemistry professor from Westminster College in Salt Lake City, who has also served as its dean of arts and sciences, is the final presidential candidate to visit Linfield. Lisa N. Gentile will visit both the McMinnville and Portland cam...

Medieval texts analyzed with queer lens

Cassandra Martinez, Staff writer

December 4, 2017

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Linfield’s English department hosted the first lecture of a new series in the Austin Reading Room on Wednesday afternoon. Professor Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt introduced the new concept of this lecture series called “The Hungry...

Holiday lights allowed in rooms

Alex Jensen, Staff writer

December 4, 2017

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Students will no longer be told to take down their lights or to need to hide them away during fire drills because Residence Life now allows decorative lights in dorms and apartments. The new decorative lights policy states...

Football player wins fight against meningitis

Kaelia Neal, Editor-in-chief

December 4, 2017

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After a weekend of partying with friends, Cody Oden woke up at 9 a.m. one Sunday morning with what he initially thought was just a case of food poisoning. But after falling back asleep, and not waking again until 2 p.m., he knew...

First of two Linfield presidential candidates to tour campus

Elizabeth Stoeger, Staff writer

December 4, 2017

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Dr. Miles K. Davis will be the first of two candidates to tour and visit Linfield in the search for a new college president. He will visit for two days beginning on Monday and spend time at both the McMinnville and Portland cam...

LCAT fresh out of bento

Elizabeth Stoeger, Staff writer

December 4, 2017

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An unusually large crowd led to an unexpected debacle when the free bento ran out before 7 p.m. Linfield students were encouraged to visit FML at 7 p.m. on Thursday for free bento, a Trail Blazers viewing party, and a raffle...

Students debate threat of climate change versus terrorism

Kyle Huizinga, Staff writer

November 13, 2017

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Dialogue about climate change as a culture is slowly becoming less outlandish, and conversations about real issues are being faced head-on by academic institutions such as Linfield. The debate topic of the evening was whether...

College students seek more counseling services

Olivia Gomez, Staff writer

November 2, 2017

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More American undergraduates than ever are suffering from anxiety disorders or other forms of mental illness, and Linfield students have been keeping up with the national trend. Patty Haddeland, who serves as director of student...

#MeToo floods social media as survivors share stories of sexual harassment

Olivia Gomez, Staff writer

November 2, 2017

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Pervasive. Across social media platforms, in academic settings and in interviews conducted by journalists from national newspapers, “pervasive” was the word most commonly used the past two weeks to describe sexual harassment...

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