The Linfield Review

Community takes back the night, raises awareness

April 29, 2014

In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month Linfield College hosted its second Take Back the Night event to show support for survivors of sexual assault and rape. The event, sponsored by the Student Health, Wellness and Counseling...

Engaging men in conversation about sexual assault

April 29, 2014

The Student Health, Wellness and Counseling Center hosted a lecture for Sexual Assault Awareness Month about how important it is for men to help prevent sexual assault. Guest speakers Jon Davies, Ph.D., the director of the...

‘Ink’ project explores culture of tattoos

Rosa Johnson, Managing Editor

April 29, 2014

The McMinnville based commercial photographer, Bill Miller has created the “Ink” project as a side project to his commercial work. Miller has previously created and shown photo-essays covering political, cultural, historical...

Nuclear dismantlement is a critical step toward weapons reduction

April 17, 2014

A doctor from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory said in his lecture “It’s not all about certainty, it’s about making it harder to cheat” in response to a question concerning the lecture topic, nuclear dismantlement. Doctor...

Renovations continue as part of Strategic Plan

Rosa Johnson, Managing Editor

April 17, 2014

Construction cones will be on campus while most students and faculty are away this upcoming summer. A 15-week project in Melrose Hall and Walker Hall to strategically locate departments, partial renovations  will begin this...

Interviews factor heavily into abroad selection process

Helen Lee, Editor-in-Chief

April 17, 2014

With the selection process over for the 2014-2015 school year January Term abroad courses, students may be left wondering exactly how these admission decisions are made. While the paper application, essay, and 2.75 GPA minimum...

New Linfield PLACE themes announced

Rosa Johnson, Managing Editor

April 17, 2014

Although war has and always will be a part of mankind, this year’s Program for the Liberal Arts and Civic Engagement theme “Legacies of War” is coming to a close and Linfield is welcoming a new theme. PLACE tries to promote...

Linfield strives to make gender-neutral options

April 17, 2014

Housing registration can cause many conflicts in preparing for the next year of your college career. However, being denied group living options can mess up your plans in a second. For one transgender student at George Fox University...