New program confronts issues of unrealistic body ideals among women

Angel Rosas, News Editor

April 13, 2019

In the next academic year several academic departments along with student health, wellness, and counseling will be starting the Body Project. The project will be tackling issues of unrealistic body and beauty ideals that pervade in media and in society. The project’s main goal is to confront ...

Faculty share research emphasizing the importance of liberal arts education

Athena Benjamin, Writer

March 11, 2019

As a part of President Miles K. Davis’ inauguration,  four faculty members presented their research and how it related to a liberal arts education at a faculty symposium in Ice Auditorium on Thursday. Lissa Wadewitz, history professor with a focus on the United States, introduced her research on th...

Linfield celebrates Davis’ inauguration

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President Davis asks the crowd, “What team?” after becoming the official 20th president of Linfield College. During his speach Davis emphasized that it is imperitive to protect the liberal arts.

Angel Rosas and Olivia Gomez

March 11, 2019

Miles K. Davis was inaugurated as Linfield’s 20th president on  Friday at Ted Wilson Gym in front of faculty, staff, students, and his family. The week leading up to the inauguration was full of events that celebrated the distinct values and characteristics of a liberal arts education. The fest...

Get to know the ASLC candidates

Alexandra Feller, Features Editor

March 11, 2019

The official campaign period started on March 4 and the election is on March 12. These are the platforms from each of the candidates and some of their qualifications. Daniel Endincott - Presidential Candidate Junior Daniel Endincott has been involved with ASLC since he was a freshman. In his fres...

Low attendance and high cost linked to students leaving Linfield

Emma Olson, Writer

February 25, 2019

With a small student body it is often noticeable when a student leaves Linfield. However, the reasons for their absence is often unknown. Whether students leave for personal reasons or to transfer to another school, the details behind students leaving is often a mystery to their peers. One reason p...

Residence Life hires new area director

Residence Life's newest area director Nick Domenichini

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...