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    Makers Market: What student artists are up to

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    Linfield Dance Ensemble set to perform December 9

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    PHOTO STORY: Black Student Union hosts multi-school event about Black leadership

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    The rise of intramural sports at Linfield

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    Best wineries to visit in the Willamette Valley

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    Meet coach Gina Regalado, the woman who is single handedly coaching the spirit of Linfield University

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    December 2022 Horoscopes

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    Half-price drip: Linfield students showcase their thrifting prowess

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    Blonde: Exposé or exploitation?

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    My Hands Remind Me of Yours – showing gratitude for those that have inspired

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Art by Emma Inge

“Enola Holmes” adds a witty side to the original Sherlock story

Emma Inge, Staff Writer November 3, 2020

Netflix released the new film Enola Holmes on September 24, receiving a 91% on rotten tomatoes with a 71% audience score. Based on the book The Case of the Missing Marquess, the story follows Enola, sister...

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5 ways for students to enjoy spooky season (safely) 

Maddie Loverich, Sports Editor October 28, 2020

If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s how adaptable people can be. While many events and gatherings have been put on pause to protect our health and safety, but creativity has prevailed in finding...

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Digital art in a physical gallery

Nicole Sterba, Life & Culture Editor October 26, 2020

The Linfield University Art department continues to bring much-needed color to campus, even as COVID guidelines limit normal student life. What’s more fun than creating art virtually? Mid October,...

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5 tips to bridge family political divide this holiday season

Maddie Loverich, Sports Editor October 21, 2020

I’ll start with the most cliche statement of the year: 2020 sucks. But, you know that.  The upcoming presidential election is contributing to the mass anxiety the public is feeling, mainly due to...

Art by Emma Inge

What’s up with the live-action Mulan?

Emma Inge and Taylor Rosenberry, Staff Writers October 13, 2020

After being released on Disney+ on September 4th, the live-action movie Mulan has spared many mixed opinions. With an estimated budget of $200 million, and a minority-heavy cast, it would seem like this...

Lowdown of McMinnville Street Food

Emma Inge, Staff Writer October 11, 2020

With so much food around Mcminnville, it's hard to choose where to go! Here is a rundown of some popular places to eat in Mac. Serendipity - 🍴- Established in 2000 and located on 3rd Street,...

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Sustainable tricks and products every college student should know

Elin Johnson, Life & Culture Editor May 27, 2020

Starting on an environmentally conscious path can seem daunting and hard to begin. However, there are small steps you can take to jumpstart your journey.  One way to do this is invest in reusable goods....

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“The Last Dance” is a must-see for all sports fans

Ethan Myers, Opinions Editor May 18, 2020

For athletes and fans all over the world sports consume many aspects of everyday life. It’s what we do. It’s what we love. It’s what we talk about. It captivates social media. It builds communities...

Photo of the ladies of the Linfield Dance Team in purple uniforms with silver pompoms with Mack the Wildcat in the Linfield gym.

Quarantine Choreo: How dance programs at Linfield are continuing to perform

Isabel Berger, Staff Writer May 10, 2020

Dancing, often done in times of celebration and with other people, seems like an activity that is less likely to occur during a pandemic. Yet, dance programs are indeed continuing at Linfield, just in...

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Why are they singing?! A quick journey into some Netflix children’s musicals

Isabel Berger, Staff Writer April 22, 2020

If there’s one thing I’ve learned by typing the search term “musicals” into Netflix, it’s that Netflix does not define musicals the same way Broadway does. They also don’t classify musicals...

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Childish Gambino’s “3.15.20” has bright spots but lacks artistic vision

Ethan Myers, Opinons Editor April 11, 2020

Childish Gambino’s evolution as an artist is one of the more interesting timelines in modern-day music. In 2011, his debut studio album “Camp” garnered mixed reviews from critics but established...

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Exploitation, mullets, big cats – all in an episode of “Tiger King”

Anna Frazier, Climate & Environment Editor March 30, 2020

When my boyfriend suggested we watch “Tiger King” on Netflix,  I took one look at the piercing blue eyes of Joe Exotic’s mugshot and vehemently said no. Not to judge a book by its cover but this...

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