Taking a cue from the 1950s, Antifa is the McCarthyism Redux

Dave Nagaji, For the Review

October 1, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Those of us who identify ourselves as politically progressive have always been vocal in our criticisms of conservative positions, politicians, and movements. While we may agree that it is important to do this, we cannot forget to...

Wildcat colors source of pride for Linfield athletes

Liam Pickhardt, Staff writer

October 1, 2017

Filed under Opinion

With 30 percent of the student body competing in intercollegiate athletics, Linfield has one of the most athletically involved campuses in the country. Linfield sits well above the NCAA Division III national average of 21 percent o...

DACA fulfilled his dream, grad says

For the review, N/A

September 17, 2017

Filed under Features, Opinion

Editor’s note: This opinion article was written by a recent Linfield graduate who asked to remain anonymous because he knew students who expressed their views about DACA and were harassed for it. When I was 8 years old my...

Birkenstocks—because it’s apparently still an issue

Emma Knudson, Staff Writer

September 17, 2017

Filed under Opinion

They’ve been around longer than you probably think. 1774, to be exact (check their website, it’s true). But we still talk about them as if they’re this new, crunchy-granola, henna-appropriating fad that everyone either drools...

How to deal with rain like a pro

Kyle Huizinga, Staff Writer

September 17, 2017

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Linfield students will be preparing to brave the copious amount of rain that is said to come next week. Students from outside the Northwest will be introduced to near-mythical levels of precipitation and overcast in the coming mo...

Service animals at Linfield

Emma Knudson, Staff writer

September 9, 2017

Filed under Opinion

If there’s one thing that really seems to have taken the world by storm to the point of a near cult-like obsession, it’s dogs. People react at the sight of a dog like the people of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition do when the...

Still a Symbol of Hate

Liam Pickhardt, staff writer/ photographer

September 9, 2017

Filed under Opinion

It was a cool August morning in McMinnville, and like most mornings, I was enjoying my favorite pastime: running. The setting for my run was picturesque; the sun was shimmering down on the rolling hills, the wind had subsided,...

First-year faux pas: Linfield do’s and don’ts

Ross Passeck, Arts and Entertainments Editor

September 5, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Let’s get the basics out of the way, dear friends. Unless one possesses an urge to be instantaneously identified as a freshman, avoid wearing a lanyard-like a necklace. Perhaps avoid lanyards altogether. Find alternative and less flam...

Importance of free speech

Dawn Nowacki, Associate dean of faculty, professor

May 20, 2017

Filed under Opinion

To the editor, In response to Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt's op ed of May 17th, I'd like us to consider the following. I agree that change at Linfield does not happen quickly, and that we are behind the times with regard to embracing...

Why free speech matters to all of us

Lucas Carter, For the Review

May 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion

My last two months at Linfield has been stressful as many of you who know me personally may know. Followers of my club and myself have been continually vilified by members of the Linfield community for inviting Dr. Jordan Peterson...

The Place For Outrage When Free Speech Is Hate Speech: Our Mission, Our Values, Our Obligations

Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt, Professor of English and Co-coordinator of the Gender Studies Program

May 15, 2017

Filed under Opinion

This debate on our campus about free speech is misguided.  The dialogue should not be about the value of free speech, but what kinds of free speech we value? Let me begin then by asking a series of questions here: Do we...

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