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    Gays and their grapes: Kaden’s Komments’ final sign off

  • Ceramics student Savy Short throws wood into the kiln. (Grace Fjermedal)

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    Art in the hillside: Linfield students visit East Creek Art to experience the anagama kiln

  • Young practicing with his racket.

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    Defying the expectations

  • Riley and Rowan practicing dribbling.

    Basketball

    A team of two

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    The Review takes home eight awards in ONPA Collegiate Newspaper Contest

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    One coffee shop to rule them all

  • Khan at practice diving for a ball.

    Baseball

    Keeping his rhythm with baseball

  • Feinglas getting ready to race.

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    Chasing an NCAA qualifier and a break in the rain

  • Linfield students practicing for the upcoming dance showcase. (Annemarie Mullet)

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    A peek into the Linfield Dance Ensemble: Student showcase scheduled for this weekend

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Art by Annemarie Mullet

Linfield Bleeds: An exciting new club on campus about menstruation

Annemarie Mullet, Staff writer November 16, 2020

A new club called Linfield Bleeds is gushing for membership. The President of the club, Kenna Tanouye, said the purpose of the club is to “advocate, serve and educate the Linfield community on the importance...

Art by Laney Green

Studying from afar

Laney Green , Staff writer November 14, 2020

As COVID cases continue to rise, many college students prefer distance learning. When it came time to choose whether or not to return to campus in the fall, a handful of Linfield's students decided the...

The new Linfield Logo was created by graphic designers who wanted to incorporate the historic image of the acorn and oak tree at Linfield.

Shield or acorn, the new Linfield logo doesn’t meet student expectations

Alexandra Feller, Editor-in-chief November 12, 2020

It has been 10 years since Linfield’s last rebrand which came after a shift in the school’s identity from McMinnville College to Linfield College. Now, after the transition to Linfield University,...

CREATURE ALPHABET by Belle Bezideck-
An alphabet challenge to create illuminated letters or decorative type that combines creatures into the letterform.

New art professor brings unique experience to department

Emma Inge, Staff Writer October 31, 2020

A bison walks between the bowl of the B. A llama walks behind the stem of the L. An elephant steps gingerly over the bottom of the E. These hand drawn animals intertwine with their correlated letters as...

Reuben on the courts

Beating the odds to study abroad: Reuben Martens, Linfield’s lone international student

Anne Walkup, Staff writer October 30, 2020

Only one international exchange student made it to Linfield this year, and the journey was anything but easy.“I just couldn’t get into the mindset of going to the University of Amsterdam,” said Ruben...

Art by Annemarie Mullet

Words of inspiration from Linfield’s new nursing professors

Charlotte Abramson and Isabel Berger October 27, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted every aspect of everyday life─from school, to grocery shopping, to politics. However, despite the staggering loss of jobs around the country, Linfield University has...

Art by Annemarie Mullet

A look at Linfield’s newest Wine Studies professor

Sierra Bodle, Staff Writer October 27, 2020

You may be familiar with the wine studies instructor Toni Ketrenos, but did you know that she has a house bunny? She also has a black lab mix named Pearl, a 22-year-old orange tabby cat, and a little pond...

The Renshaw Computer lab is normally busy with people finishing projects or rushing in for a quick print before their class begins. With all classes online, students have no need to  print anymore and the lab remains empty even though access is permitted for students on campus, given they comply with social distancing measures.

[PHOTOS] Finals approaching, but popular study spots remain empty

Lexi Kerr and Dustin Lau May 5, 2020

Studying for finals looks a lot different for students enrolled spring 2020 classes. Students will take finals online to finish the semester, seeking study spots around their homes away from Linfield College....

A repurposed ladder with wood planks works as a shelf display for various items in the small room the Cat Closet resides in.

Adopt, don’t shop, your clothes and more

Lexi Kerr and Anna Frazier March 9, 2020

Thrifting. Resale. Secondhand shopping. Ballin’ on a budget. “Poppin’ tags”, in the words of the one and only Macklemore. Whatever you want to call it, there is now a place to do it at Linfield:...

First times the charm... and also the second

First time’s the charm… and also the second

Alexandra Feller , Guest Writer March 3, 2020

It’s not often that a young writer gets their piece published on their first time submitting it--let alone two pieces. “I submitted with the full intention of not being accepted, and then they asked...

Totem Shriver stands in front of an array of similar yet varying collages. Depending on the media, I sometimes work with deconstructed and reconstructed images, organic lines and forms, Shriver said in his artist statement.

Linfield Gallery encourages students to find voice as artists

Lexi Kerr, Features Editor and Writer February 26, 2020

It is not uncommon to most to have a moment where you think: "where do I go from here?" Or even, "where do I start?" Totem Shriver's exhibition, "PATH. SKY. DREAM.," in the Linfield Gallery...

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