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Monthly Archives: May 2011

Graduating senior to head statewide outreach effort

Colin Jones ’11 is saying goodbye to the best friends of his life. Now he’s joined Oregon Campus Compact, where he’ll help college students across the state form their own friendships.

Wildcats clinch national title

A passing storm proves timely as the Wildcats use a home run to knock off Christopher Newport 6-2 in the championship game of the NCAA Finals.

Linfield grads to scatter around the world, literally

Creative writing and business major Rachel Mills ’11 will head to Afghanistan for nonprofit work.

Linfield students win top paper awards

Two Linfield College seniors earned top paper awards at recent regional conferences. Samantha Mack, communication arts major, and Grace Beckett, psychology major and theatre minor, both received certificates and monetary awards.

Graduating seniors recall favorite memories, most significant lessons

Stephen Dennis ’11 says his favorite college memory was meeting friends every Wednesday night. They created an informal intentional community, sharing dinner and talking for hours on end.

Linfield will say goodbye to almost 500 students

Linfield College will hand out 496 diplomas at this year’s Spring Commencement Ceremony. Graduates come from 20 states and seven countries, including China, Vietnam, Nepal, Iran, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines.

Linfield’s graduating seniors head off in many directions

Chemistry and biology graduate Christopher Jenness ’11 will begin a graduate program in molecular cell and developmental biology at Rockefeller University in New York City.

Graduate’s study abroad experience shapes career plans

Graduating senior Lacey Dean ’11 studied in Dakar, and is now heading back to Africa to find a career path that revolves around humanitarian outreach.

Linfield Reports, 5/16/11

Linfield freshman wins Kemper Scholarship

Linfield is one of two Pacific Northwest schools, and 16 nationwide, to receive prestigious Kemper Scholarships. Blake Densley ’14 is one of this year’s two Linfield recipients.