Decorated Linfield alum to deliver commencement address

Emma Knudson, Staff writer

April 24, 2018

Susan D. Hyde, a professor of political science at the University of California, Berkeley and a 2000 Linfield graduate, will deliver the commencement address to the class of 2018. Hyde’s achievements include receiving the International Studies Association's 2012 Chadwick Alger Prize, American Political Sci...

Student shares Pakistan culture

Anne Walkup, Staff writer

April 24, 2018

A student from Pakistan has never attended Linfield until this year. According to Madhurita Valleja, the first from her county to study at Linfield, there’s a reason for this. “People in Pakistan don't really travel, not even within the country,” Valleja said. “The first time I’d ever traveled...

College marching band head announced

Anne Walkup, Staff writer

April 22, 2018

As of this August, Linfield will be the first NCAA Division III school in the Northwest to have its own marching band. Even then, Linfield will belong to only a handful of Division III schools with marching bands nationwide. The director for the new program will be Seth Wollam, the current Director of...

Lu’au offers escape to warmer climes

Anne Walkup, Staff writer

April 22, 2018

Although this spring’s incessant downpours might not have many people thinking about tropical weather, the approaching Linfield Lu’au offers a tropical island experience—minus the island. Hosted by the Hawaiian club, this year will mark the 46th consecutive year of the event. The Lu’au...

WWII journal inspiration for prof

Camille Botello, Staff writer

April 22, 2018

After his wife wrote a memoir based on her father’s World War II journal, a Linfield professor created a multimedia rendition of the story. Mass communication associate professor Michael Huntsberger presented his project—a website that includes videos, photos of characters in the story—on Wednesday...

Review selects 2018-19 editor-in-chief

April 22, 2018

The Linfield Review has selected a new editor-in-chief for the 2018-19 school year. Olivia Gomez, ’19, will take over as editor-in-chief. She is currently the news editor for the Review. As editor-in-chief, Gomez plans to make “sure things are getting covered that aren’t and increase the Rev...

Year winds down for ASLC Senate, ends with surprise proposal

Elin Johnson, Staff writer

April 22, 2018

On the second to last week of this year’s ASLC cabinet, senators and elected members look to the future, which included proposing and implementing changes. Vice President Elect AnnaMarie Motis proposed that next semester sees the beginnings of a complete remodel of the ASLC senate. Currently...

ASLC to fund computers for new Riley lounge

Hannah Curry, Staff writer

April 9, 2018

Students who walk into Riley Hall may notice a large tarp covering the old bookstore, which started getting renovated during spring break to become a new lounge. Construction is expected to continue through early May. Down the hall from the old bookstore lies Fred Meyer Lounge, a lounge area with...

Sports management newest major offered

Cassandra Martinez, Staff writer

April 9, 2018

Sports management minors and incoming future sports management students will have the option to pursue sports management as a major. Associate professor of business Denise Farag was one of the faculty members who thought to create this major for students who wanted to pursue a study and further careers...

Dillin meal prices leave students swindled, disappointed

Grant Beltrami, Staff writer

April 9, 2018

I know everyone hates on Dillin food because they get tired of eating it and selection is not always the greatest. This article is not about that. This week all continuing students will be required to fill out their housing forms for next year. At some point in that process, they will be prompted to...

Alpha Phi to host Red Dress Gala for women’s heart health

Gabriel Nair, Staff writer

April 9, 2018

Alpha Phi is putting on their annual philanthropy event, the Red Dress Gala, Saturday, April 14. The Red Dress Gala has been one of the ways that Alpha Phi helps raise money for the Alpha Phi Foundation, which supports research and educational programs relating to the improvement of women’s heart health. This...

Alumnus leaves government for comedy

Grant Beltrami, Staff writer

April 9, 2018

A former U.S. Department of State employee turned comedy writer said that comedy can be an effective means of distributing political information in an accessible way. Linfield alumnus Ryan Jones served in the State Department for six years, mostly under Secretary of State John Kerry and the Obama...