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    NEWS

    Students react to sexual misconduct awareness training, alternative option to be offered

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    OPINIONS

    I think I drink too much caffeine

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    Readings at the Nick returns with a talk from J.T. Bushnell

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    Kerry Carmody anunció como Presidente interino del Consejo de Administración, David Baca renuncia

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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

Lexi Kerr

Lexi Kerr, Features Editor

Lexi Kerr is the features editor for The Linfield Review after being the sports editor for Fall 2018. She is a senior JAMS major and studio art minor.

When she’s not writing for the newspaper, she’s either playing soccer, working as a contract graphic designer or doing anything that a typical Pacific Northwest granola would do. Climbing, hiking, shaming people for using single-use plastic— she does it all.

After surviving her last year in college, she aspires to go into the public communication sector for an environmental organization.

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