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Lindblad ’94 earns 2015 Oregon Teacher of the Year award

Michael Lindblad ’94, a social studies teacher at Gresham High School, continues to rack up the accolades this year. Lindblad was recently named the 2015 Oregon High School Teacher of the Year.

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Witnessing Hong Kong’s “Umbrella Revolution” first hand

With the protests in Hong Kong leading the news and garnering attention online, two Linfield College students are witnessing history unfold first hand.

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Release of The Boxtrolls reminds Jauregui where it all started

The release Sept. 26 of LAIKA’s newest stop-motion animation feature film, The Boxtrolls, has Linfield alumnus Nick Jauregui ’09 looking back on how he first connected with the Portland-based animation house.

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U.S. News & World Report and others give Linfield College strong ratings

Accolades continue to come in for Linfield College, this time from U.S. News & World Report, Washington Monthly and USA Today.

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Princeton Review recognizes Linfield in ‘Best in the West’ rankings

Linfield College has once again been recognized as one of the top colleges in the west by The Princeton Review.

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Diamond’s carbon reduction tips garner media attention

In a recent piece in The Oregonian, Linfield chemistry professor James Diamond offered practical steps for reducing your carbon footprint.

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Frye tapped to be VP of marketing at TriQuint Semiconductor

Brandi (Thackery) Frye ’94 has been tapped to become the vice president of marketing at TriQuint Semiconductor later this year.

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Foong wins top prize in video competition

Linfield’s Eureka Foong ’14 put her liberal arts education to good effect last spring, and it netted her a $6,000 scholarship.

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Theissen lights up stage in The Music Man

Joe Theissen ’97 has been lighting up the stage as fast-talking salesman Harold Hill in the Broadway Rose production of The Music Man.

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Hampton talks to Comcast Newsmakers about preparing students for employment

Michael Hampton, director of career development at Linfield College, was interviewed recently by Comcast Newsmakers about how Linfield helps prepare students for work after college.

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