Monthly Archives: January 2012
The award-winning book “The Jump-Off Creek” by Molly Gloss will be the featured selection for this year’s MacReads program.
Kayla Wilkens ’12 will compete in “Young Artists Debut,” a performance that features top classical musicians from the region.
Linfield’s $100 application fee will be waived for adults who wish to return to school, if they apply before Feb. 20.
A two-page spread in Oregon Humanities Magazine was devoted to Linfield’s Dory Fleet Project, a two-year oral history project spearheaded by Professors Brenda DeVore Marshall, Tyrone Marshall, Jackson Miller and Kathleen Spring, along with students Casee Clark ’12, Chris Forrer ’13, Caitlyn Olson ’13 and Stephanie Raso ’13.
Ronni Lacroute, Linfield trustee and co-owner of WillaKenzie Estate Winery, was named Oregon Wine Person of the Year in recognition of her philanthropic outreach to nonprofits throughout the state, including Linfield.
Linfield College will welcome about 350 speakers from more than 25 Oregon and Washington high schools as they gather on the campus for participation in the 80th annual Singletary High School Invitational Forensics Tournament Feb. 3-4.
An opening reception for “Church of Totem,” featuring recent works by Linfield teacher and artist Totem, will be held Friday, Feb. 10, at 7 p.m. The first of a series of audience-inspired collaborative performances scheduled for the duration of the exhibition will begin at 7 p.m.
The Linfield College football team was praised in the cover story in Coach and Athletic Director magazine.
Linfield College will host a number of speakers on campus this spring.
Talented baritone and music Professor Anton Belov made the journey from Russia to America, and then to Linfield College, where he is sharing his talents.