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Monthly Archives: June 2010

David Kellner-Rode ’12 awarded Udall scholarship to promote sustainability

Linfield College junior David Kellner-Rode has been awarded one of 80 Udall Foundation scholarships in the U.S.

Linfield students graduate from college, win third place in national championship same day

Nine Linfield baseball players graduated from college the same day they nabbed third place in the NCAA Division III championship tournament.

With the support of listeners like you: Prof examines the ‘public’ in public radio

Professor Michael Huntsberger says public broadcasting has demonstrated that audiences want more substantive news.

Linfield retirees bid farewell

With 132 years of service between them, Ken Ericksen, Dave Hansen, Donna Routh and Barbara May have shaped countless Linfield students. Here, they share memories from the past and plans for their future retirements. Ken Ericksen Professor of English, at Linfield since 1965 Most memorable moment: Could this be the most horrible moment? During one […]

Boren scholarship to send Leah Sedy ’11 to Japan

Linfield College sophomore Leah Sedy has been selected for a Boren scholarship to study in Kyoto, Japan.

USA Today and ESPN give nod to Wildcat coach and former Yankee MVP

Linfield graduate Scott Brosius ’02 is now Coach Brosius, guiding the baseball team of his alma mater, Linfield College.

Linfield nursing association celebrates Asian culture

One hundred people turned out for Linfield’s Asian Culture and Health Connection event.

Fulbright sends Lily Niland ’10 to Peru

Linfield College senior Lily Niland has been selected for a Fulbright scholarship to conduct original linguistics research in Peru.

Wildcats complete the winningest season in Linfield history

Linfield Baseball finished third at the NCAA Division III championship tournament, winning more games and NCAA playoff games than any team on record.

Fulbright to send Ashley Ann Bennett ’10 to Germany

Linfield College senior Ashley Ann Bennett has been selected for a Fulbright scholarship to teach English in Mainz, Germany, for a year.