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To learn firsthand what soldiers experience during war, Linfield students were paired with local veterans to record experiences and take photos. The resulting “Portraits: Legacies of War” exhibit attracted veterans, students and professors, and coverage in The Oregonian.
Two dozen students in Linfield’s Adult Degree Program were recently inducted into the Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society, the largest and oldest honor society in the nation.
The Oregon Wine Industry Experience at Linfield is preparing students for wine industry careers. What makes the program unusual is its liberal arts approach, says The Oregonian.
Professor Jeff McNamee was featured in The Oregonian for his efforts to create a 70-mile bike trail, and his research about mountain bike events has also grabbed the attention of The Oregonian, along with regional TV stations, Bike Portland and bike organizations around the country.
An enthusiastic team of nursing students recently set up a tent in the cold and rain, to help immunize low-income and uninsured individuals and families in Portland.
Linfield College said goodbye to 661 graduating seniors at its Commencement Ceremony, held in the beautiful campus Oak Grove. VIEW PHOTOS.
Charles U. Walker, who served as Linfield president from 1975-92, will present a lecture titled “The Question of HOW” at this year’s baccalaureate ceremony, held Saturday, June 1, at 5 p.m.
The Linfield Commencement Ceremony will be June 2, at 10 a.m. in the Oak Grove on campus. Theresa Betancourt, a Linfield graduate and internationally known advocate for child health and human rights, will deliver the address. Charles Walker, who served as president of Linfield from 1975 to 1992, will deliver the baccalaureate address June 1.
Celebrate with the Linfield College national champion baseball team today at 4 at p.m. at Roy Helser Field at Linfield. View photos from the tournament.
As Linfield College students gear up for finals, therapy animals Napoleon and Smokey brought cheer to campus.