Linfield Theater to showcase four short plays

Cassandra Martinez, Staff Writer

September 17, 2017

The Linfield Theater will present four unconventional short plays by Lauren Gunderson in “An Evening of Short Plays.” Douglas Soderberg, ‘79, is the director and teaches beginning acting at Linfield. The plays are “Damsel and Distress Go to a Party,” “Or Not,” “Two Chairs” and “Two Pigeon...

Professors share tips for success in anatomy

Cassandra Martinez, Staff Writer

September 10, 2017

In a joint effort by a professor, lab coordinator, and teaching assistants, students were given study tips and suggestions for tackling the difficult semester ahead in anatomy. Thursday evening in Graf 100, students had the opportunity to learn strategies to understand lectures and manage study habits. ...

Music festival welcomes energetic performances

Kaelia Neal, Staff writer

September 5, 2017

Thirteen music acts performed in this year’s Walnut City Music Festival, which was held Friday and Saturday on the Granary District Stage in downtown McMinnville. The two-day festival is usually held in mid-August, but was held on a later weekend to increase the attendance of Linfield students. “My...

Poet slams serious issues with levity, sincerity for intimate performance

Angel Rosas, Staff writer

September 5, 2017

Slam poet and Atlanta native, Ashlee Haze came to Fred Meyer lounge on Thursday to entertain an intimate crowd. Haze started her set with a poem about her grandmother and other black women who worked cleaning homes. In the poem Haze expressed her pride for the black women that came before who worked...

A Musical Bouquet

Rilee Macaluso, Staff Writer

May 15, 2017

The Linfield College Concert Choir, Women’s Vocal Ensemble, and Wildcat Men’s Glee Club presented a Musical Bouquet on Sunday, May 14th, in ICE auditorium. The concert began with a dedication to the Mom’s out there. The concert had a theme of flowers, home, and Moms. The concert was a “b...

Shaolin Jazz Cat Cab

Angel Rosas, Staff Writer

May 12, 2017

What do old kung-fu movies and classic hip-hop have in common? If you ask the people at Shaolin Jazz, everything. Black Student Union invited the experimental music group Shaolin Jazz to screen the classic kung-fu movie Master of the Flying Guillotine on May 8. The film wasn’t the only thing on displ...

Not Your Forte

Rilee Macaluso, Arts and Entertainment Editor

May 5, 2017

With only two performances left, Not Your Forte is gearing up for their end of the year performances and they’re preparing to get their pitch perfect. Not Your Forte is a completely student run a cappella group, neither sponsored by ASLC or the music department. This allows the members to be involved...

Linfield got talent

Annika Lindburg, Staff Writer and Online Coordinator

April 14, 2017

Fred Meyer Lounge was stuffed with Linfield students and faculty who came to watch the most popular LCAT event of the year. Many students sat on the floor as the FML furniture was occupied. Lucas Carter hosted the LCAT event which determined who was going to be the opening act for Wildstock. N...

The Yes Men Fix the World

Annika Lindburg, Staff Writer and Online Coordinator

April 14, 2017

To kick-off Earth Week, the Linfield Office of Sustainability showed the film “The Yes Men Fix the World” in ICE auditorium. The film was sued by the United States Commerce so the movie is distributed under the radar companies. “The Yes Men Fix the World” consists of Andy Bichlbaum and Mike...

The Points of Departure

Kellie Bowen, Staff Writer

April 4, 2017

On Wednesday, March 22, the Linfield Gallery opened a new exhibit called “The Points of Departure” by Eugene-based artist Tannaz Farsi. This exhibit provides an interesting variety of photography, installation, sculpture and gardening. I was unfortunately unable to attend Farsi’s artist talk, but ...

Copperman recounts days teaching in the Mississippi Delta

Annika Lindburg, Staff Writer and Online Coordinator

April 3, 2017

Mike Copperman read stories from his memoir, Teacher: Two Years in the Mississippi Delta at Nicholson library. Joe Wilkins, Linfield associate professor of English, introduced Mike Copperman. “Mike has taught writing to low income, first generation students of diverse backgrounds at the Universi...