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Taking a photo is more than just capturing a moment for Katelyn Henson ’15.
Two upcoming exhibitions and a dedication will honor the life and career of master artist and Linfield College professor emeritus Nils “Skip” Lou, who passed away in 2013.
Linfield College partnered with Chemeketa Community College to weed, clean and spruce up during a day of service in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Monday, Jan. 19.
“Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom” will be remounted at Linfield College for two performances after being one of three shows chosen to appear at the Region VII Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF).
After five years of work by Linfield College alumni, a feature-length documentary film about Mark Hatfield is making its television debut.
More than 80 prospective students and their families will converge at Linfield for the annual Discovery Day Monday, Jan. 19.
Stephanie Sanchez, a Linfield College junior from Salem, will study abroad in Quito, Ecuador, this spring after receiving a $4,500 scholarship from the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program.
A new national championship playoff schedule will provide a revenue boost to NCAA Division I college football, according to Randy Grant, Linfield College professor of economics, in a recent CNBC story.
Linfield College student leaders are a diverse bunch. Coming from a variety of hometowns with a wide range of interests and majors, they have joined together to form Linfield’s student government.
It takes commitment and dedication – and occasionally a monster cookie – to impact youth. Fortunately, Kathie Byers ’14 has all three.