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    Art in the hillside: Linfield students visit East Creek Art to experience the anagama kiln

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Portrait of Corrie Williamson by Camille Lubach

Williamson’s got a way with words

Nicole Sterba, Life & Culture Editor March 19, 2021

What better way to celebrate women’s history month than by celebrating women writers? Corrie Williamson, a Montana-based poet, visited Linfield via Zoom to share her most recent collection with Professor...

Art by Camille Lubach

The Britney Documentary is: TOXIC

Lily Hanridge, Staff Writer March 16, 2021

As I sank down into my apartment's couch with my right hand full of Cheez-Its and La Croix in my left, I found myself ready to dive into the Britney Spears drama that Hulu is now home to. However, I did...

Squirreling around: Maybe its time for a change

Squirreling around: Maybe it’s time for a change

Laney Green, Staff Writer March 7, 2021

Saturday, Feb. 27 To answer your question, yes, I am the squirrel you’ve been hearing all about. That one who hit up multiple squirrels around campus last week. I really thought I had my bases covered....

Where your favorite trends started: a tribute to black culture

Where your favorite trends started: a tribute to black culture

Laney Green, Staff Writer February 28, 2021

As personal and objective as fashion can be, it’s also cyclical and recycles the same trends every couple of decades. Fashion often stems from ideals rooted in a particular culture. In honor of Black...

Art by Camille Lubach

Fun things to do while in quarantine

Cing Muang, Staff Writer February 26, 2021

Covid has made it difficult to socialize with others due to lockdown and safety reasons. This made recent holidays such as Valentine’s day pretty lonely and different for many people. Some of you might...

Best sports movies of all time

Best sports movies of all time

JJ Anderson, Staff Writer February 23, 2021

Sports are starting up again at Linfield, but COVID-19 restrictions prevent fans from attending games. For all the sports lovers out there, we know you miss watching live sports. For now, the best we can...

Squirreling around: When we all fall asleep, where do squirrels go?

Squirreling around: When we all fall asleep, where do squirrels go?

Laney Green, Staff Writer February 21, 2021

Saturday, Feb. 13 It’s getting late. If I were home my parents would kill me for being out this close to curfew. I guess there’s perks of living on a college campus: no parents and no curfew.  I’m...

Looking back at our fyp from the start of quarantine

Looking back at our fyp from the start of quarantine

Lily Hanridge, Staff Writer February 16, 2021

Now from the top, make it drop… Yep, that’s right, we’re talking TikTok. The app everyone said they would never download, but ended up doing it anyway. Although TikTok has taken up way too much of...

Gwen Weber and Beatrice DeGraw after a successful round of baking

Cookies made with care

Nicole Sterba, Life & Culture Editor February 9, 2021

Linfield University students have been stressed this year—for a variety of reasons. Exams, essays, and presentations galore, not to mention the pandemic, have most university students feeling isolated...

Pen and paper portrait of FreeQuency by Camille Lubach

When words transcend the Zoom screen

Camille Lubach, Staff Writer February 5, 2021

Mwende Katwiwa, better known as their stage name FreeQuency, spoke in January to Linfield University students. It was epic. Katwiwa is a Kenyan, immigrant, and queer womxn storyteller. On Friday, January...

Squirreling around: What a squirrel wants

Squirreling around: What a squirrel wants

Laney Green, Staff Writer February 5, 2021

I would be lying to myself if I didn’t say it's entirely technology’s fault that I have a horrible case of tech-neck. Do you see that picture? That’s me. I’m a squirrel and it’s my “z” shaped...

These blue light blocking glasses are effective and aesthetically pleasing

Blue light blocking glasses review

Anna Frazier, Managing Editor February 4, 2021

Wake up, Zoom class, break, Zoom class, Zoom class, online homework, type up an article, Zoom meeting, Facetime my family, go to sleep, repeat. The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed many normal activities...

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