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The Linfield Review receives 10 PNAJE awards
The Linfield Review receives 10 PNAJE awards
June 11, 2022

The Linfield Review was honored with 10 awards from the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators (PNAJE) 2022 Contest. The Review...

The Review takes home eight awards in ONPA Collegiate Newspaper Contest
The Review takes home eight awards in ONPA Collegiate Newspaper Contest
Maddie Loverich , Editor-in-chief • May 18, 2022

The Linfield Review was honored with eight awards in the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association's 2022 Collegiate Newspaper Contest, including...

Accessibility on campus has room for improvement, students say
Accessibility on campus has room for improvement, students say
Meghan Mullaly, Staff Writer • April 18, 2022

In the fall of 2021, freshman Grace Fjermedal started the school year on wheels. Fjermedal has a neuroinflammatory autoimmune disease and nerve...

The Ukrainian flag.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine, explained: Q&A with Professor Dawn Nowacki
Maddie Loverich, Editor-in-chief • March 10, 2022
While it may seem far away from home, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has become an important issue for the entire world. New details emerge every hour and it’s difficult to keep up with constant developments or to even find reliable and consistent news resources about the crisis.
Linfield joined several other Oregon universities in announcing an end to mandatory masking.
Maskless in McMinnville: Linfield to end mandatory masking, in line with state actions
Anna Frazier , Managing Editor • March 8, 2022
After three semesters of mandatory mask-wearing, students at Linfield University will be allowed to shed their face coverings soon–if they choose to do so.
Linfield named one of “Worst Colleges for Free Speech: 2022” by free speech non-profit
Linfield named one of “Worst Colleges for Free Speech: 2022” by free speech non-profit
Maddie Loverich, Editor-in-chief • February 10, 2022

Last week, Linfield University was included on the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education list of “10 Worst Colleges for Free Speech:...

Linfield requires booster shots, COVID cases rise on McMinnville campus
Anna Frazier , Managing Editor • January 24, 2022

Linfield University announced on Jan. 13 that all eligible students, faculty, and staff must receive a booster dose of a COVID-19 vaccination...

Graphic by Anna Frazier
Is it safe to go home for Thanksgiving? Experts say yes
Anna Frazier , Managing Editor • November 19, 2021

The leaves have fallen, the wind is chilly, and college students across the country are gearing up to go home or visit loved ones for Thanksgiving...

Former Linfield trustee David Jubb pleads no contest, sentenced to probation and community service
Former Linfield trustee David Jubb pleads no contest, sentenced to probation and community service
Anna Frazier , Managing Editor • November 1, 2021
Former Linfield University Board of Trustees member, David Jubb, pleaded “no contest” to two charges of sexual harassment in Yamhill County Circuit Court on Thursday, according to court records. A plea of no contest means the defendant does not admit guilt for the alleged crime, but will accept the conviction.