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A thank you to TLR seniors: Nicole Sterba

A thank you to TLR seniors: Nicole Sterba

Maddie Loverich, Sports Editor May 1, 2021

When Nicole Sterba decided to attend Linfield, she did so knowing that the student body was smaller than at her high school in Beaverton, Oregon.  But the school’s small, tight-knit community was...

A thank you to TLR seniors: Alexandra Feller

A thank you to TLR seniors: Alexandra Feller

Annemarie Mullet, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

Behind every newspaper organization is a mastermind. A person whose unstoppable abilities of leadership and writing help them take charge of any situation. For The Linfield Review, that person is Alexandra...

Linfield Garden Gives Warm Welcome

Linfield Garden Gives Warm Welcome

Camille Lubach and Charlotte Abramson April 18, 2021

It is a sunny Saturday after a week of rain. Positioned next to Renshaw Hall, the Linfield Garden’s worn fence hides the red tulips that have burst open within the last 24 hours. Wildflowers and spring...

Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California
March 1936. By Dorthea Lange. From the Museum of Modern Art http://www.moma.org

Girl in Journalism

Anna Frazier, Copy Editor April 4, 2021

Click. Whiiirrrrrrr. Click.   I bought this old film camera on a whim. I’m pretty sure I woke up that morning, thought it would be cool to have one, and by late afternoon I had plunked myself...

Katie Martinezs hand-crafted potions

Is it Magic?

Camille Lubach , Staff Writer March 24, 2021

When I arrived at Linfield University this January, I had to haul my luggage up to the third floor of Elkinton Hall. This was no small effort, as I had made a last-minute decision to pack about a gallon’s...

The artist behind the mask

A New Storyteller in the Art Department: Kahlil Pedizisai

Camille Lubach, Staff Writer March 9, 2021

“Wherever I land, I’m always looking at the world, trying to understand ‘Where am I?’ and, most importantly, ‘How do I engage with this place in order to leave it better than I found it?’”...

Brindis in her natural dance element

Eve Brindis, Making Leaps for the Dance Program

Kendall Harrison, Staff Writer March 4, 2021

It’s almost dusk the night before the Spring 2018 dance showcase. While everyone should be getting proper rest, the lights stay on the stage —  flickering, moving, and changing colors.  It isn’t...

Office of Inclusion, Access and Diversity

Kaelia Neal, the hidden gem of creating diverse events

Annemarie Mullet, Staff Writer February 27, 2021

Walking into the Linfield University’s library looks a little different this month. Off to the right, stands the first of dozens of framed posters, honoring specific individuals and their achievements...

Finding movement in a pocket student lounge

Finding movement in a pocket student lounge

Alexandra Feller, Editor-in-chief February 21, 2021

“Cities call them pocket parks,” she said. “The idea that a park doesn’t have to be this huge thing with a ton of resources. It can be this small thing that is just nestled into a community or...

Jensen with Transcend, Acrylic, 2020

A Fierce Advocate: Nissa Jensen

Camille Lubach , Staff Writer February 17, 2021

Last year, Linfield senior Nissa Jensen created a series of introspective and sensual works mounted on circles of wood. She sawed, sanded, and painted the surface with richly colored oil paint in the confines...

Weber in her studio

Groovy as Hell: Gwen Weber and her Artistic Eye

Camille Lubach , Staff Writer February 11, 2021

Gwen Weber, wearing a bright orange turtleneck and sitting at her kitchen table, smiles as a black cat named Mushroom walks by meowing. It is not uncommon to find Weber in her studio bent over in concentration,...

Monstera perching

Adapting to the unknown: A new life with my ambilobe panther chameleon

Charlotte Abramson, Features Editor February 2, 2021

I impulsively bought a chameleon...whoops. Armed with an attitude to rival mine and rude until he’s had breakfast, Vinnie is the greatest thing to come from the dumpster fire that was 2020.  I didn’t...

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