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February Horoscope

Elin Johnson, Life & Culture Editor February 14, 2020

Aquarius January 20 - February 18 - This semester will bring you multiple strange encounters with the fountains on the Linfield campus. Stay out of the people’s fountain, but the one in the Riley courtyard...

Who needs love when I have chocolate?

Break up with your boyfriend, because you’re bored

Camille Botello, News Editor February 14, 2020

It’s a story as old as time -- staying with a high school sweetheart through your transition into college. It feels safe and comfortable. This person you’ve already given so much of your heart to --...

Study off the beaten path this finals week

Study off the beaten path this finals week

Maddie Loverich, Guest Writer December 4, 2019

With finals right around the corner, campus will be filled to the brim with students trying to get some studying in. Popular study spots, like Starbucks, the library or Riley Lounge, will be overflowing...

'Sink or swim' in group projects

‘Sink or swim’ in group projects

Melanie Johnson, Guest Writer November 15, 2019

Group projects. Some people love them, some people hate them. But chances are, no matter how students feel about it, few will wind their way through college without experiencing at least one. Instructors...

Review: Linfield Theatre's SWEAT

Review: Linfield Theatre’s SWEAT

Maddie Loverich , Writer November 15, 2019

Linfield’s production of SWEAT, directed by Adleane Hunter, takes you on a ride through the lives of factory workers in Reading, Pennsylvania, as they struggle through economic troubles and racial issues....

Sydney Joss communicating with the spirits in Pioneer Hall

Linfield closed Pioneer housing this year, but new investigation suggests that someone may still live there

Camille Botello, News Editor November 5, 2019

One step up. Now two, three, four. The floor squeaks and the temperature falls. Your breathing shortens as the hollow air and vacant rooms send a tiny electrical surge down your spine.  Most people...

Hispanic Heritage Celebration 2019

Hispanic Heritage Celebration 2019

Vanessa Kelly, Photographer October 26, 2019

New restaurants bring big flavors to McMinnville

New restaurants bring big flavors to McMinnville

Angel Rosas, Managing Editor October 8, 2019

Even with fifty-five restaurants in McMinnville it sometimes feels like the options around this little town can get stale. So when those grand opening signs pop up on third street it is cause for excitement.  I ...

'Hustlers' unique and empowering take on crime genre

‘Hustlers’ unique and empowering take on crime genre

Maddie Loverich, Writer October 8, 2019

Yes, this movie is about strippers. But would you believe me if I also said Hustlers was one of the most empowering movies I’ve seen in a long time? Stripping and empowerment seem to be an unlikely duo,...

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Stripping away stereotypes one male nurse at a time

Camille Botello, News Editor October 1, 2019

Josh Morales walks into his patient’s room with this week’s lesson in his head and a full beard on his face. He says that since male nurses are the minority, he’s always conscious about treating...

Senior Melory Mirashrafi’s Sally Bowles and sophomore Sam Hannigan’s Cliff Bradshaw share an intimate conversation over a bottle of gin.

‘Cabaret’ a dark, sensual tragedy of politics, personality

Angel Rosas, News Editor May 6, 2019

Although “Cabaret” is the last production of the Linfield Theatre’s 99th season, the questions and themes that are raised in the historical musical will linger in the audience’s mind well after...

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