Monthly Archives: July 2011
Jade Severson ’11 has been selected for a Fulbright scholarship to teach English to students in Germany.
Linfield’s Michael Hampton provided tips for job seekers in a recent TIME story.
Lacey Dean ’11 is heading back to Dakar, where she studied abroad, for another stint of humanitarian outreach. She shared her thoughts with KCNR 1460 AM Radio in Redding, Calif.
Poetry posts, looking like mailboxes, have sprung up across Portland, and Linfield’s Richard Lewis has been posting the work of aspiring homeless poets.
Reprinted from the Curry Coastal Pilot Jessie Goergen ’12 has earned quite a few honors for a 21-year-old college student. She’s won countless music competitions, including the 2010 Oregon State Fair Talent Search, the Linfield College solo competition, and is a two-time winner of the Pleasant Hill Jazz Festival’s outstanding soloist competition.
Linfield is one of two Pacific Northwest schools, and 16 nationwide, to receive prestigious Kemper Scholarships. Joseph Gladow ’14 is one of this year’s two Linfield recipients.
The Gresham Outlook featured Twyla McKinney ’10, who conducted health outreach and studied barriers to AIDS prevention in Kenya as part of her senior project.
The National Fastpitch Coaches Association has named head softball Coach Jackson Vaughan and Assistant Coaches Erica Hancock, Greg Herman and Shelley Vaughan the Division III National Coaching Staff of the Year.