Eminem struggles to live up to his own legacy in surprise album ‘Kamikaze’

Lance Evans , Writer September 19, 2018

Rap is the one of the most influential genres in pop culture right now, with experimentation beginning to invade a number of artist’s repertoires. The huge strides that the industry is taking, with...

Upcoming piano recital

Melanie Johnson, Writer September 19, 2018

Linfield’s department of music will kick off this fall’s musical events  on Sept. 14 with a faculty recital by composer, pianist, recording artist and international soloist Johnandrew Slominski. Slominski,...

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ showcases culture

Movie Review
Athena Benjamin, Writer September 19, 2018

The first Hollywood studio movie to feature an entirely Asian cast since “The Joy Luck Club” 25 years ago, “Crazy Rich Asians” brings new and captivating narratives to the screen. Based on the...

Democrat’s club hopes to boost student’s political awareness

Athena Benjamin, Writer September 18, 2018

Leaders of the Linfield College Democrats club begins its first year at Linfield. The club’s agenda will mainly consist of helping with political campaigns, registering voters, and canvasing. Co-Creators,...

Acoustic performance sets the stage for 2018-’19 Cat Cabs

Angel Rosas, News Editor September 1, 2018

Season 1 winner of NBC’s “The Voice” Javier Colon performed at 7 p.m. on Thursday on the IM field for ASLC’s first Cat Cab of the year. Right before Colon started performing, the field was empty...

Don’t make a sound

Grant Beltrami, Arts & Entertainment Editor August 31, 2018

In the recent suspense horror film “A Quiet Place,” a family attempts to survive in a world where making the slightest sound could cost them their lives; a world where vicious creatures with hypersensitive...

Choir represents unity in spring concert

Hannah Curry, Staff Writer May 13, 2018

This year’s spring choir concert called “We Are One” represented unity, togetherness, and one voice. The singers performed a variety of songs from different styles, eras, and composers. The concert...

Review: Janelle Monáe wild and free

Emma Knudson, Staff writer May 7, 2018

Relief and freedom are two of the themes running through Janelle Monáe’s newest album. As it opens, she proclaims in the beginning of the second track, “Crazy, Classic, Life,” that she is “young,...

Summer a perfect time for binge watching

Grant Beltrami, Staff writer May 7, 2018

With summer fast approaching, those students who are not overly burdened by actual work or fun summer activities are probably looking forward to relaxing and doing some hardcore binge watching. I think...

Review: ‘Infinity War’ delights Marvel fans

Gabriel Nair, Staff writer May 7, 2018

The hype is real. Seriously. This past Thursday, I went and watched “Avengers: Infinity War Part 1” on opening night and it was unlike any opening I’ve ever attended. The theater was packed to the...

Senior singers deliver recital performance

Anne Walkup, Staff Writer April 29, 2018

It’s not just anyone who can sing for an hour and a half and make it look easy. But seniors Jamie Foglesong, soprano, and Marcos Galvez, tenor, seemed to have no trouble enthralling their audience. The...

Kendrick Lamar’s 2017 album wins Pulitzer

Emma Knudson, Staff writer April 22, 2018

In a historic and well-deserved moment, Kendrick Lamar won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize in music for his album, ‘DAMN.’ It is the first body of musical work to receive the honor outside of the classical...

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