Review hires editor-in-chief for 2020-2021 academic year

Review hires editor-in-chief for 2020-2021 academic year

Review Staff

May 20, 2020

Sophomore Alexandra Feller will take over the editor-in-chief position for the 2020-2021 academic year.  Feller has previously worked as the features editor and a staff writer for the Linfield Review.  This year’s editor-in-chief, senior Alex Jensen, said that Feller’s knowledge of the position will ...

Former senior Board member facing multiple allegations of sex abuse, other Linfield trustees facing accusations of similar misconduct

Multiple Linfield Board of Trustees members are facing accusations of sexual misconduct, by at least one student and one faculty member.

Camille Botello and Elin Johnson

May 18, 2020

New information suggests that David Jubb, a former Linfield trustee who is facing felony indictment for sexually abusing four students, is not the only Board member who has been accused of sexual misconduct.     Jubb, a Linfield alumnus who had served on the board since 1994, reportedly sexually as...

Linfield students abused by the same perpetrator say the college’s reporting system failed them

Two Linfield students allegedly assaulted by the same perpetrator say the college must do more to help survivors.

Camille Botello, News Editor

May 11, 2020

Safety is supposedly a guarantee on a small college campus, but not for two Linfield students who say they were sexually assaulted, stalked and threatened by a peer. They are claiming the college hasn’t done enough to protect them.    This is not the first allegation of sexual assault misconduct at...

Student says reporting assault to police first helped keep Linfield accountable

Student says reporting assault to police first helped keep Linfield accountable

Elin Johnson, Life and Culture Editor

April 28, 2020

Another student has come forward about her experience with sexual assault on campus during her sophomore year. She's claiming that reporting through the McMinnville Police was more productive than if she had reported to the college alone. This incident is the third story this year from a current studen...

Refunds issued to students forced to vacate campus housing

Refunds issued to students forced to vacate campus housing

Camille Botello, News Editor

April 15, 2020

Linfield College announced it would reimburse students who were forced to move off campus due to the coronavirus pandemic. Today, these students should see the funds credited to their student accounts.  The college announced it would discontinue in-person classes for the remainder of the spring se...

Commencement postponement leaves seniors with mixed reaction

Linfield College's seniors class has a mixed reaction to commencement being postponed till late summer.

Alex Jensen, Editor-in-chief

April 11, 2020

Over the last few weeks seniors have had to accept that they weren’t going to have the last semester they expected, nor would they experience the traditions that previous seniors had and future seniors count on.  A new normal had to be made as students settled into classes online and new living ...

Linfield to postpone, not cancel graduation

President Miles K. Davis makes the announcement that the 2020 commencement will be postponed

Camille Botello, News Editor

April 9, 2020

Many Linfield students have been academically and socially displaced due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the past few weeks. This left many seniors wondering what would happen with their long-anticipated commencement ceremony.  The Linfield class of 2020 was set to graduate on Sunday, May 31...

ASLC Brief: President- and vice president-elect ratification and cabinet applications closed

ASLC Brief: President- and vice president-elect ratification and cabinet applications closed

Anna Frazier, Climate & Environment Editor

March 31, 2020

ASLC senate and cabinet have moved to an online format for the duration of the school’s closure to continue meeting and working for the student body. Senators ratified the president and vice president-elect, Sean Webster and Michayla Sponsol, respectively. Now, they will begin the transition to...

After continued sexual harassment, two students say administration should have done more to protect them against the same serial offender

After continued sexual harassment, two students say administration should have done more to protect them against the same serial offender

Camille Botello, News Editor

March 31, 2020

Two Linfield students are claiming they received inadequate support from the administration after they were both repeatedly sexually harassed by another student. This is the second report of misconduct against the college by students this year.  The Linfield Review doesn’t identify alleged survivors of sexual harassment unless they ...

Linfield extends online-classes to end of semester

President Miles K. Davis announces Linfield will extend online-learning through the rest of the academic year.

Alex Jensen, Editor-in-Chief

March 19, 2020

Linfield President Miles K. Davis announced in an all-campus email yesterday that the college will switch to online-only learning through the end of the academic year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision followed Gov. Kate Brown’s initiative of prohibiting in-person university classes th...

As the coronavirus spreads Linfield takes precaution

Fletcher Wilkin

Alex Jensen, Editor-in-Chief

March 14, 2020

On Thursday the Linfield administration alerted all students, staff and faculty that spring break will start a week early and classes will move online in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19. As of now there are no confirmed cases in Yamhill County. The college is taking preventative measures ...

ASLC Brief: COVID-19 update and ASLC cabinet positions open

ASLC Brief: COVID-19 update and ASLC cabinet positions open

Anna Frazier, Climate & Environment Editor

March 11, 2020

The senate approved signing ASLC onto the Student Government Leaders’ Statement on Carbon Dividends, which was started by students at Yale. So far, several thousand college student associations have signed on in support. The Review will provide additional information in a future article.  ASLC election...