English Professor named 2019 Oregon Book Awards finalist

English Professor named 2019 Oregon Book Awards finalist

Angel Rosas, News Editor

February 25, 2019

English professor José Angel Araguz was recently named as a 2019 Oregon Book Award finalist for his most recent collection of poems,“Until We are Level Again.” Araguz said that this nomination was a great honor and being embarrassed by the Oregon writing community that he had to leave in or...

Facilities employees reveal nasty responsibilities

Hannah Carty, Writer

February 25, 2019

It is not hard to imagine that a job in Facilities probably comes with some filthy responsibilities. Plumber’s assistant, math major and art minor Sarah Hutchison revealed what it’s really like working for facilities. Hutchison tends to find herself in some pretty interesting situations but said i...

New Lacrosse coach builds more than a team

Alexandra Feller, Features Editor

February 25, 2019

The Linfield Lacrosse program has experienced a negative coach retention rate over the last few seasons. Sean Hansen, stepped down before the start of the 2018 season. She was replaced by Brittany Hartmann who also decided to pursue different job at the end of the season that same year. Finally, the...

Dawn Graff-Haight retiring after 22 years at Linfield

Emma Olson, Writer

February 25, 2019

Professor Dawn Graff-Haight is retiring after 22 years of working in Linfield’s Health, Human Performance, and Athletics department. In addition to leading Linfield’s Consent Awareness Training Squad (CATS), she has taught a variety of classes at Linfield, including Human Sexuality, Drug Use ...

Students enjoy new tea—and new friends

Melanie Johnson and Elin Johnson

November 8, 2018

Students who want to make international friends and taste life in another country can do just that at a weekly tea hosted by the international programs’ office. The International Tea Hour creates an opportunity for international students to meet American students, Matt Hiller, assistant director...

Alexandra Feller, Writer

November 6, 2018

Mack the wildcat, Linfield’s fearless leader is more than just a mascot. Mack is a dynamic cat going through trials and victories alongside the rest of the Linfield student body. Since Mack is so active all the time, Mack says “In my freetime I like to chill out on the scratching post.” Mack ...

Alexandra Feller, Writer

November 6, 2018

There has been a particular upward trend in podcasts in recent years. Lindfields own radio station (KSLC) general manager Joe Stuart recognizes this and has taken measures to push KSLC in this direction. “My whole focus as the general manager is trying to push it to podcasts, because let’s be r...

Camas: Behind the scenes

Anne Walkup, Writer

November 6, 2018

Producing a student-run literary journal is no minor feat, especially at a small school like Linfield. The Camas Literary Journal is produced annually by a group of Linfield students. Three student editors lead a class in the English department that other students who want to be involved with pr...

Linfield’s international students settle in to new culture

Alexandra Feller, Writer

October 12, 2018

Many American students have a difficult time adjusting to life after high school. However, the difficulties and obstacles would only be more amplified if one were to travel abroad. Linfield is known among the community and internationally as a great option regarding study abroad both for American students, a...

Multicultural Center continues to be an open, safe space for community

Emma Olson, Writer

October 12, 2018

The Multicultural Center is under new administration. Beatriz Rendon Bautista, who graduated last year, is the new Program Coordinator for Multicultural Programs and Services. Nicholas Domenichini is the Program Assistant for Multicultural Programs and Services. The Multicultural Center was previously run ...

Change Corps’ Taste of Service Day was popular event for Linfield community

Elin Johnson, Features Editor

September 24, 2018

Statements by Adrian Iu and Maddy Shelton Adrian Iu ‘19 is the director of Days of Service. “For Taste of Service this year, we [had] 40 students [register] for the event; however, we [did] expect more students showing up on the day of the event because some students [did] not know the...

Team Sponge takes collaboration to new levels

Angel Rosas and Elin Johnson

September 19, 2018

While many Linfield students were working their summer jobs, taking in the summer sun, or avoiding anything that required movement, two Wildcats were off in the Florida Keys researching the habits, ecosystems and bacteria of — what else — but sponges.   Professor Jeremy Weisz,  associate professor of ...