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Mara Youngren-Brown, '21, is an international relations and global cultural studies double major. After graduation, she plans on working internationally in the nonprofit field.

Young, Asian, and American too

Mara Youngren-Brown, Contributor March 22, 2021

I still remember the first time someone called me “chink.” Seventh grade, walking down the hallway of Kenai Middle School, the word burned in my ears. Did I hear that right? Frozen in place, I faced...

Linfield Confess is way overdue

Linfield Confess is way overdue

Kaden Gass March 19, 2021

I have two words to describe Linfield Confess: absolutely iconic. I mean, have you seen it? It’s absolute genius to the point where I wish I created it.  For those of you that live under a rock,...

Photo by Thomas Sagers

Hey Wildcats, what’s with the aversion to pants?

Emma Olson, Opinions Editor March 17, 2021

Picture this: it’s nine o’clock in the morning, the sun is shining, birds are chirping. However, since it’s March in Oregon, it’s 35 degrees outside, and there’s frost on the grass. Someone of...

Beach bummer

Beach bummer

Kaden Gass, Staff Writer March 12, 2021

We’ve been in a pandemic for a whole year. And with that, no one has been really able to travel safely and have a vacation that feels leisurely. I don’t know about you, but sis just wants to go to...

Photo by Thomas Sagers

Why I hate ASMR

Lindsey Burns, Staff Writer March 7, 2021

I’m not an angry person. As I’m writing this, trying to think of things that I get angry at, I literally had to google, “What makes people mad?” Slow drivers, unsolicited advice, multiple YouTube...

The sky is falling and so is my sanity

The sky is falling and so is my sanity

Kaden Gass, Staff Writer March 5, 2021

Have you ever been in a situation where you’re walking down the street on a cloudy day back from class and you feel a large rain droplet hit your head? You go up to brush it off only to realize that...

Photo credit Nathan Herde

Students reflect as Covid-19 reaches one-year anniversary

Zack Robie, Staff Writer February 28, 2021

As Covid-19 continues to rampage through the United States, Linfield approaches one year since its previous Covid shut-down, enacting home quarantine and isolation for nearly every student. Yes, one year...

Freedom (at least for now)

Freedom (at least for now)

Kaden Gass, Staff Writer February 26, 2021

Today marks a very special day for all of us living in Yamhill County: today, our Covid risk level decreases to high. Now I don’t know about you, but as an indoor athlete, this is everything! We can...

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Give me a (spring) break

Emma Olson, Opinions Editor February 24, 2021

In a move to stop the spread of the coronavirus amongst its students, Linfield University has cancelled this year’s spring break. While there were good intentions behind this move, it was a controversial...

Models vs role models

Models vs role models

Kaden Gass, Staff Writer February 19, 2021

Human attraction and the way people automatically fall in love with something is such an interesting concept to me. Everyone is so different. No same person has the exact same style, personality, or looks,...

Photo credit Laney Green

Breaking up with my FitBit

Laney Green, Staff Writer February 14, 2021

I don’t know about you, but my FitBit smartwatch is my biggest cheerleader. It illuminates with fireworks and a parading rubber duck when I reach my 10,000 step goal for the day, gives me a green star...

Heavy Student Feelings Amidst Covid Outbreak

Heavy Student Feelings Amidst Covid Outbreak

Zack Robie, Staff Writer February 12, 2021

Linfield’s students on the McMinnville campus have come together through their shared reactions of rage, disappointment, and fear. Students have continued to bond through the extreme feelings experienced...

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