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The Linfield Review

The student news site of Linfield University

The Linfield Review

The student news site of Linfield University

The Linfield Review

A look back and forward on Linfield’s choir performances
A look back and forward on Linfield’s choir performances
Julian Ortiz, Staff Writer • February 12, 2024

On a rainy night in December, the final choir concert of the year was getting underway. The event held in the Ice Auditorium showcased three...

Jack the Dog: the Unlikely College Furry Friend
Jack the Dog: the Unlikely College Furry Friend
Tori Schuller, New's Editor • December 4, 2023

Upon walking into apartment 204 at Linfield University, you will be instantly met with an enormous hug and a warm welcome from the fifth roommate...

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Linfield University Annual Luau takes a festive turn with first-ever Christmas Show
Deiana Gutwig, Guest Writer • December 4, 2023

Taetum Lynn Kalani, junior JAMS major, captain of the cheer team and Hui O Lokahi co-chair, has taken on the role of starting a Linfield Luau...

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Day in the Life of a Speech and Debater
Kenneth McMillen, Staff Writer • December 4, 2023

Forensics. It is a word commonly associated with crime dramas like “Bones”, the investigators in a true crime podcast and murder. However,...

An interview with Rabea Qaiser, international student
An interview with Rabea Qaiser, international student
Andrew Beauchamp, Guest writer • December 4, 2023
We strolled across campus at a leisurely pace along campus, golden hour softly illuminating the fallen leaves which littered the path in front of us. We started the conversation with pleasantries, the usual “how are you” and “how is classes.” However, there was an air of sadness in the conversation because I knew that her time with Linfield was ending, and she would be returning to her home country of Pakistan soon. Rabea is a part of the international student program, hailing from Bahawalpur, Pakistan and attending the Islamic University of Bahawalpur.
Ofrenda in Fred Meyer Lounge allows Linfield community to partake in the Day of the Dead
Ofrenda in Fred Meyer Lounge allows Linfield community to partake in the Day of the Dead
Tori Schuller, News editor • November 8, 2023

As the Halloween season closes down, another holiday makes its way to the main stage. While considered by some as the “Mexican Halloween”,...

Comics given out at the NW Media Fest event.
The Dark Horse of comics: Mike Richardson
Julian Ortiz November 6, 2023

In Graf-Hall room 117, with both the sun and classroom light illuminating the limited audience and the ever-present leaf blowers humming outside,...

Flyer made by Linfield English Department
Linfield’s English Department Hosts Moustafa Bayoumi
Faythe Lloyd, Staff Writer • October 30, 2023

Last week Linfield hosted the Northwest Media fest, which included guests from a variety of media careers. One of the guests was Moustafa Bayoumi,...

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Linfield Theatre Presents: "The Wolves"
Faythe Lloyd, Staff Writer • October 23, 2023

Linfield Theatre is about to open their first full-length play of the season. “The Wolves” is a play written by Sarah Delappe about a girls...