Monthly Archives: June 2012
Linfield faculty, students and staff recently hosted 90 children from Alder Elementary School in Portland.
Kent Van Cleave ’12 had a special visitor when he recently graduated from Linfield.
McMINNVILLE, Ore. ― The debut novel from Linfield College Professor Anna Keesey came out this month and has already landed on Oprah’s Top 16 Best Books for June.
Catherine Lever ’12 had a special visitor when she graduated from Linfield College in May. Her grandmother, 74-year-old Linfield alumna Joanna Lever ’60, was invited back to her alma mater as a Golden Grad, and marched again, this time with her granddaughter.
Lindsey Thomas ’12 created her own capstone course for her last semester at Linfield College, developing and carrying out a health education program for more than 350 children in one of the poorest regions of Mexico.
Three Linfield College professors have been selected as recipients of faculty awards at the college. Tom Love, professor of anthropology, Jesús Ilundáin, associate professor of philosophy, and Deborah Olsen, instructor in history, have each been honored.
Bob Zuleger ’53 joined his grandson Carson Crepeaux ’12 for the commencement ceremony at Linfield College. The Golden Grad was invited back to his alma mater to march a second time.
This past semester 16 students in business Professor Tyler Laird-Magee’s marketing course gained real-world learning at four Yamhill County businesses.
Eleanor Evans ’12 had a special visitor when she graduated from Linfield College in May. Her 87-year-old grandfather, Austin Robert ’48, was invited back to his alma mater as a Golden Grad, and marched again, this time with his granddaughter.
Amy Frankel became a Linfield nursing student this summer, and also got a marriage proposal that was videoed and went viral, attracting 12 million viewers, worldwide media coverage and an appearance on the Today Show.