Pets on Campus

Athena Benjamin, Writer

November 6, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Whether legal or not, Linfield students have pets across the campus, helping them make it through each day. Freshmen Sam Hawkins-Douglass brought her cat, Darius, to Linfield as an emotional support animal. To bring Darius...

Veteran journalist restores trust in guest speakers

Melanie Johnson, Writer

November 5, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Three months after President Donald Trump was elected, a nationally syndicated columnist came to the college to speak about the country’s tense political environment. The columnist was Leonard Pitts and the title of his talk...

Pumpkin Carving 101

Alexandra Feller, Writer

October 30, 2018

Filed under Opinion

I view pumpkin carving as the oldest and most difficult fall tradition. As a child you might remember scooping out pumpkin guts and chasing your siblings around with them while your mother and father did the actual carving. As...

The other side of Halloween movies

Emma Olson, Writer

October 30, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Contrary to popular belief, Halloween movies and horror movies are two different things. Just because a movie is scary, doesn’t mean it’s right to get you in the spooky mood. Don’t get me wrong, I love horror movies,...

Saving money on your Halloween costume

Emma Olson, Writer

October 30, 2018

Filed under Opinion

No need to spend your savings on an overpriced costume when a DIY costumes can be just as cool as store bought ones. Fear not, broke college students. You can still wear a killer costume on Halloween without hurting your bank...

Halloween music: a tricky genre

Livia Kokkino, Writer

October 30, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Halloween music. Is it even a thing? Personally, I’m kind of in the middle when it comes down to liking it or not. When it’s played any time before the actual holiday of Halloween, it can be kind of tacky unless it’s played...

Angel’s top five best Halloween candies

Angel Rosas, Features Editor

October 30, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Candy. It is truly my Achilles heel - that and most foods if I am being honest. And for the month of October--it was never just about Halloween night, people--I can gorge myself on copious amounts sugar, and no one can say anything...

Correction: Wine studies revisited

Review Editorial Board

October 12, 2018

Filed under Opinion

We got it wrong. In our most recent editorial “Tread lightly, wine studies students,” we inaccurately represented the wine studies department by stating incorrect information. Here are our corrections. We referred ...

Student parking causes car conundrum

Livia Kokkino, Writer

September 24, 2018

Filed under News, Opinion

Many students ask themselves the question when they get to school “should I bring my car to campus?” Honestly, that is not an easy question to answer. There are so many pros and cons to bringing a car to campus. Here are ...

Review calls for increased transparency

The Review Editorial Board

September 24, 2018

Filed under Opinion

In this day and age of fake news and conflicting claims, staying informed is not only patriotic  but also critical to navigating our fast-paced society. Reading the news, monitoring the government, holding our leaders accountable a...

Meal plan between A, B would serve wider range of students

Anne Walkup, Opinions Editor

September 24, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Sodexo adopts the all-or-nothing concept when it comes to selecting a meal plan. Students on the A plan pay for the luxury of making unlimited visits to the dining hall, while those wishing to save money by choosing the B p...

Dreaded group projects serve practical purposes

Athena Benjamin, Writer

September 24, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Group projects are heavily criticized by many students. Despite their objections, there are many benefits that cause educators to continue to assign them. In the real world problem solving, teamwork and shared responsibility are...

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