A foreigner among mainlanders

Kaho Akau, Staff writer

November 3, 2017

“Ho brah, we go grind,” Ezra Heleski said. “I stay hungreh. I like mop one burgah.” His friends just stared at him. They were probably thinking, “What did he just say?” Here’s the translation: “Hey, let’s go eat. I’m hungry. I’d like to get a burger.” People const...

Baseball team’s Halloween scrimmage provides humor to campus

November 3, 2017

The baseball team got together this past Friday to play a Halloween-themed scrimmage. With costumes like Fred Flinstone and Winnie the Pooh, the game provided comical relief to kick off what students say is one of the best weekends of the year. “We were able to have some fun and laugh at ...

Emotional support animals

Alex Gogan, Staff writer

November 3, 2017

Bringing your favorite pet to school is every college student’s dream. For some students, it’s a reality. But they have to document a special need first. Such is the case with sophomore biology major Fiona Kelley and her cat Dobby, who is classified as an emotional support animal. ...

Looking into the eye of Hurricane Maria

Camille Botello, Staff writer

October 16, 2017

Only hours before Hurricane Irma was predicted to make landfall in the Caribbean islands, assistant Spanish professor Tania Carrasquillo Hernandéz booked a flight into the eye of the storm. A native of Puerto Rico, Carrasquillo experienced hurricanes in her youth. “I remember the sound of how powerful...

Cheerleader, Miss Oregon proves unstoppable

Kaelia Neal, Editor-in-chief

October 16, 2017

A challenging disease doesn’t stop Abigail Hoppe from living life to the fullest. With text messaging, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter, people immerse themselves in their phones as a source of entertainment and communication. But for Hoppe, it’s more than that. Her phone is, literally, her lifelin...

Students reflect on Vegas shooting

Leina Panui and Elizabeth Stoeger

October 16, 2017

“I didn’t hear about it until the next morning,” Kerri Paasche said, a senior from Las Vegas. After hearing about the shootings at the Jason Aldean concert on Oct. 1, she immediately started to call her friends and family. “I started to tear up a little,” explained Paasche when she was tr...

Freshmen adapting to dorm life living

Leina Panui, Staff writer

October 1, 2017

Attending Linfield introduces a lot of new things to freshmen class -- meeting people from all over the country, new challenging courses, and trying to make their dorm rooms feel a bit more like home. “I brought my mattress pad all the way from Arizona because I knew I wouldn’t have been able...

DACA fulfilled his dream, grad says

For the review, N/A

September 17, 2017

Editor’s note: This opinion article was written by a recent Linfield graduate who asked to remain anonymous because he knew students who expressed their views about DACA and were harassed for it. When I was 8 years old my family and I moved to Portland from Guadalajara, México. Their choice...

RA wants to break stereotype

Kaelia Neal, Editor-in-chief

September 17, 2017

The stereotype for a resident adviser at Linfield College is someone who is looking to bust her charges at an illicit party. But Brooke Lindley, known as the “mom friend” in high school, sees it in a very different light. “I definitely think my job is to make sure students have what they need to be succes...

New professor says Linfield was first choice

Braelyn Swan, Staff writer

September 17, 2017

A new creative writing professor said Linfield was his first choice when searching for a job, and he wants to contribute to the community and expand the creative writing department. Jose Araguz has an incredible passion in creative writing and poetry. He enjoys visual poetry, specifically erasures,...

New Sushi restaurant opens in McMinnville

Gabriel Nair, Staff writer

September 12, 2017

Local college students all know about the sushi bar, Sushi Kyo.  But what they may not know about is the new Sushi bar that recently opened: Momiji.  This Sushi bar has an array of different traditional Japanese food. Momiji can provide everything from the traditional Miso Soup and Gyoza to the...

Pancakes at your beck and call

Kaelia Neal, Editor-in-chief

September 5, 2017

It’s Saturday night, prime time for friends to go dancing and barhopping on Third Street. But when the night is over, stomachs are growling, the mission becomes finding something to eat. The lines at Muchas Gracias are too long and Subway is too far. That makes delivery a good choice, particularly...