The Linfield Review

Petition spurs test of longer library hours

January 31, 2008

Nicholson Library extended its weekend closing time an additional three hours during the weekend of Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, keeping the doors open until 11 p.m. The temporary hours for the library, which will remain until the end of the semester, were initiated by ASLC President Chipo Dendere. Dendere...

Campus immersed in charitable activities

Campus immersed in charitable activities

January 31, 2008

With blood drives, donation centers and even a tree of giving decorating campus, Linfield is showing the community the meaning of the season. This year, multiple events are taking place in the name of the holiday spirit. Theta Chi Fraternity is hosting its annual philanthropy event, 12 Days of Christmas, ASLC and the Linfield Emp...

Anniversary draws near

January 31, 2008

January 30, 2008 marks Linfield’s 150th anniversary, and the sesquicentennial committee has planned special events to celebrate it. Earlier this year during Homecoming, students in the persuasion class, taught by Jackson Miller, associate professor and director of forensics, interviewed alumni about...

Business department creates community resource

January 9, 2008

Thanks to dedicated members of the business department, the new Linfield Entrepreneurship Center will begin next semester. The slogan for the center is “leading, educating, connecting,” which by no accident is the same abbreviation as the center itself. The idea was sprouted by Professor of...

How much do you spend?

January 9, 2008

Every Christmas, my wallet goes from inordinately fat with banknotes and traveler’s checks (safest way to spend, even if you never leave your home for more than two hours at a time) to flimsy and wilting.Why is this? Because I know the quickest way to a woman’s heart. And it is not, no matter what...