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

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    Defying the expectations

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    One coffee shop to rule them all

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    Keeping his rhythm with baseball

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    Chasing an NCAA qualifier and a break in the rain

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Marianna Kemp, freshman, brings zen to the group of backpackers as they embark on the second part of their backpacking in Bend trip.

Jumping back into the outdoors

Alexandra Feller, Staff Writer November 4, 2019

After years of dormancy, the Linfield Outdoor Recreation program is now bubbling with activity. Through a new team of student leaders, and staff supervisor Reza Refaei, the  program will be holding activities...

Presentation promotes protection of bees

Presentation promotes protection of bees

Anna Frazier , Writer October 10, 2019

“The bees told me to,” Susan Curington said, clad in black and yellow, to the audience about why she chose to start her project “As the Bee Sees: a Pollinator’s Perspective.” The audience laughs,...

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Stripping away stereotypes one male nurse at a time

Camille Botello, News Editor October 1, 2019

Josh Morales walks into his patient’s room with this week’s lesson in his head and a full beard on his face. He says that since male nurses are the minority, he’s always conscious about treating...

The friday night art group poses in front of their artwork, the result of a directive painting activity.

Cultivating community in art

Alexandra Feller, Features Editor April 22, 2019

The Linfield art department was once lively and full of energy. However, in recent years, it has become a place with little interaction. Senior Bailey Morales wanted to transform the building back into...

Senior Laney Riggings performing fire dancing for the crowd at Built to Burn 19 to warm them up for the main event

McMinnville cobbler interested in burn

Alexandra Feller, Features Editor April 22, 2019

Jim the cobbler, who prefers to go by just Jim, is in anticipation for the ceremonial burn directed by art professor Totem Shriver. Jim and his wife have been attending the burn every year for approximately...

One of Naomi Pitcocks favorite hobbies is gardning. Here she is brifly clearing flowers that have fallen into her daughters fairy garden made by Carol Gallagher, official groundskeeper. Pitcocks backyard is decorated with bird feeders that attract humming birds she and president Davis enjoy watching in their free time

Getting to know Linfield’s ‘First Lady’

Alexandra Feller, Features Editor April 22, 2019

First lady Naomi Pitcock has joined the Linfield community in many ways. Pitcock, President Miles Davis’s wife, teaches nursing classes full time, as well as volunteering at her daughter’s school,...

Local transportation helps students get around

Local transportation helps students get around

Alexandra Feller , Features Editor April 13, 2019

Linfield students who lack cars have a wider range of transportation options than originally thought. With Rick Shaw taxi company in town and two reliable Uber Lyft drivers, a trip to Winco may be easy...

Annie Strobel, 22, newly appointed leader of Linfield garden, and David Magnello, 22, volunteer weeding a planter in the garden

Linfield garden leadership means growth, greens

Hannah Carty, Writer March 13, 2019

Springing into the second semester, the Linfield garden is under new management. New co-managers, Cade West and Annie Strobel, are excited to make the necessary changes the Linfield garden greatly needs....

Creative student cooks ditch Dillin Hall

Creative student cooks ditch Dillin Hall

Anne Walkup, Opinions Editor March 13, 2019

Eating in Dillin is not for everyone, but all first- and second-year students are required to purchase a meal plan. Whether it is because of food allergies, special diets, efficiency or preference, some...

ITS gives tips for more secure internet usage

ITS gives tips for more secure internet usage

Emma Olsen, Writer March 13, 2019

Information Technology Services (ITS) is known on campus for doing maintenance checks—and sending many emails about it—as well as for being there to help students with their technology-related problems....

Youre doing great Bri thank you so much, Clem Dorsey, 21, stage manager of She Kills Monsters, said calmly to Bri Rico on lights. Dorsey quickly corrects a cue error in her prompt book, moving in the keep tech day at a fast pace.

Stage manager tech day trials and errors

Alexandra Feller, Features Editor March 13, 2019

The stage manager is the glue between the tech world of theater and the acting and directing world. Sophomore, Clem Dorsey, is the stage director for “She Kills Monsters.” The cast will have several...

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