Residence Life hires new area director

Residence Life hires new area director

Elijah O’Bryant, Writer

February 25, 2019

The newest area director for Residence Life may be new to the position but is a familiar face to Linfield College. Nick Domenichini started his new position earlier his year as an interim Residence Life director after the position was vacated by Mackenzie Larson who became the Residence Life director...

Sustainability of ‘Slow Media’

Athena Benjamin, Writer

February 25, 2019

Jennifer Rauch surprises Linfield with the true effects of data usage and technology on the environment and the benefits of slow media. Rauch is a journalism and communication studies professor at the Long Island University Brooklyn and journalist with pieces in Huffington Post, Medium, and Urban Audub...

Linfield adds new interdisciplinary major that brings three events to campus

Angel Rosas, News Editor

February 25, 2019

Linfield College students now have the new option of  majoring in law, rights, and justice. The interdisciplinary major will examine the relationship between law, rights, and competing concepts of justice. Students will study topics within political science, philosophy, history, English, busines...

Institutional restructuring, budget winter summary

Olivia C. Gomez, Editor-in-Chief

February 12, 2019

On Dec. 12, 2018, the Review received multiple tips about a closed-door faculty forum. News of this meeting would set off a chain of events concerning the college budget and institutional restructuring. The Review is taking the opportunity now to record everything we know has happened since finals...

Georgetown psychology prof says fear is linked to altruism

Alexandra Feller, Features Editor

February 12, 2019

People commit random acts of kindness every day. But there are some that show extreme kindness to strangers that they have never met. These are the people who interest Dr. Abigail Marsh. In Dr. Marsh’s research, she studies these extreme people who are willing to go the extra mile, referring t...

New student opportunity to fight nuclear violence

Hannah Carty, Staff Writer

February 12, 2019

Students hoping to engage in meaningful work outside the classroom can find that opportunity with Beyond the Bomb, a group dedicated to preventing nuclear war. Beyond the Bomb is recruiting students and campus leaders to start chapters, meet with field organizers and other student volunteers, sta...

Faculty respond to statements, discussions regarding faculty cuts

Sharon Bailey Glasco and Amy J. Orr

February 5, 2019

Faculty held a closed-door meeting yesterday. The Review received the following letter last night from the Executive Committee of the Linfield American Association of University Professors.* We are continuing to follow issues of the college budget and institutional restructuring. If you would li...

Faculty want change, but not at handbook’s expense

Elin Johnson, Olivia Gomez, and Angel Rosas

December 17, 2018

This article is the second part in our ongoing series on budget restructuring. For more information, follow us on Twitter @linfieldreview. The faculty members who have been quoted anonymously have requested they be anonymous for fear of retaliation from the administration. Faculty had varying opinions...

Rumors of faculty layoffs lead to tensions and student protests

Elin Johnson, Olivia Gomez, and Angel Rosas

December 13, 2018

This story is part one of a multi-article series on the rumors of faculty layoffs and the budget restructuring. The following articles will cover faculty, staff and student responses. Murmurs of faculty layoffs and department cuts permeated Ice Auditorium Wednesday afternoon during a faculty and staff ...

Pizza and politics brings Jim Moore for lecture on midterms

Elin Johnson, Features Editor

November 12, 2018

Those seeking a “post mortem” of the 2018 midterm election will have their hopes answered with the upcoming pizza and politics guest Dr. Jim Moore. Moore will be offering a reflection and analysis of the recent election. The emphasis will be on state and local politics with Moore discussing how nationa...

Students enjoy new tea—and new friends

Melanie Johnson and Elin Johnson

November 8, 2018

Students who want to make international friends and taste life in another country can do just that at a weekly tea hosted by the international programs’ office. The International Tea Hour creates an opportunity for international students to meet American students, Matt Hiller, assistant director...

Volleyball coach Josh Davis under fire from players

Elin Johnson, Features Editor

October 23, 2018

At least eight players, including most of the starters, have quit the volleyball team following allegation of verbal and emotional abuse that have been levied at new head coach Josh Davis. Davis has been quoted by players describing them and the team as “an embarrassment,” “pathetic” and “stupid.” “...