The Linfield Review

Out with the old, in with the new

March 7, 2014

The Linfield Office of Community Service and Engagement hosted “Stuff Swap” on March 1 from 10-4 p.m in the Fred Meyer Lounge. The event was designed to give students the opportunity to swap unwanted, but reusable items....

Greek life gives back to community

October 29, 2013

The Zeta Tau Alpha, Phi Sigma Sigma and Alpha Phi sororities showed off to parents how Linfield Greek life gives back to the community. Each sorority organized a charity event for family weekend. Zeta Tau Alpha continued...

Professor shares insight into ‘why we war’

March 27, 2013

A guest lecturer and professor discussed why humans tend to cluster together in groups, also known as friend groups, communities and countries during a lecture on the biology behind why we war March 18 in Ice Auditorium. Doctor...

Linfield fraternity reaches out to community

Samantha Sigler

March 10, 2013

Linfield’s Kappa Sigma Fraternity prides itself on members being dedicated to community service at Linfield, as well as off campus. That’s why members were excited when their alumni advisor gave them the opportunity to volunteer...

Diversity comes into focus through advisory committee

February 28, 2013

President Thomas Hellie has created an advisory com- mittee for diversity with the hopes of increasing diversity on campus, both in the stu- dent body and in the faculty and staff. “Linfield’s diversity is growing,” Hellie...

Senior gives back to deaf community

April 9, 2012

Senior Erika Helm-Buckman had the unique opportunity to reach out to a deaf community in the Bahamas during her 2012 January Term class that sought to research and educate the people on Type 2 Diabetes. The course, “Island Health...

Composting enriches the community

February 21, 2012

We’re all on a search for community, whether it’s discovering ways to engage in our cities or trying to understand how people work in groups and teams. Usually, this investigation of community is a subconscious decision,...

Students should engage in the community

September 19, 2011

More than 80 first-year students gathered at various organizations around McMinnville on Sept. 17, spending three hours on different community service projects. Laura Kushner, the volunteer coordinator at Yamhill Community Action...

Wildcats dip their paws into community theater

April 1, 2011

Three Linfield theater arts majors are set to act in a play at McMinnville Gallery Theater. Seniors Steven Stewart and Matt Sunderland and sophomore Chris Forrer were cast in “Arsenic and Old Lace” by playwright Joseph...