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Linfield students celebrate Tuition Free Day

Tuition Free Day at Linfield CollegeLinfield College students say thank you to donors who have invested in their education during Tuition Free Day. Watch a video. (more…)

Sivek offers advice for media students

Professor Susan Currie SivekSusan Currie Sivek, assistant professor of mass communication, provided advice for journalism and media students in a recent piece on PBS MediaShift. (more…)

Maciel Garibay blazing a trail in U.S. and Ecuador

Flora Maciel Garibay '15Flora Maciel Garibay ‘15, a junior majoring in sociology, is nurturing a passion for helping others – in the United States and abroad. (more…)

Wilkins honored with new writers award

Joe Wilkins Book CoverJoe Wilkins, associate professor of English at Linfield College, has won the Great Lakes Colleges Association’s 2014 New Writers award for creative non-fiction. (more…)

Linfield hosts exclusive Lincoln exhibit

Abraham LincolnLinfield College has been selected to host the conference “The Political Thought of Abraham Lincoln” and the traveling exhibit “Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War.” (more…)

Interactive exhibit features 100,000 civilian names

artist_wafaaAn exhibit by interactive artist Wafaa Bilal, “I Don’t Know Their Names,” will be on display April 1 through May 10 at the Linfield Gallery in the James Miller Fine Arts Center at Linfield College. (more…)

Waetzig learns about economic impact of microbusinesses

Andrew Waetzig '15Linfield College junior Andrew Waetzig of Tracy, Calif., spent the fall semester exploring the world of small businesses as an intern with the Live.Learn.Intern program in Washington, D.C. (more…)

Linfield students trade spring break for service

Alternative Spring BreakA group of Linfield College students, faculty and staff are trading their spring break vacations for a life-changing week of service and learning along the West Coast. (more…)

Month in Cameroon is life changing for Linfield nursing student

Katy Sharman '14 in CameroonLinfield College nursing student Katy Sharman had a first-hand look at the challenges of providing healthcare in countries with limited resources when she spent January in the African nation of Cameroon. (more…)

Tillberg discusses large ants and their role in the food chain

Dinoponera Australis, Photo by Alex WildChad Tillberg, associate professor of biology at Linfield College, was recently featured in an article in Discover Magazine about Dinoponera australis ants, which are some of the largest ants in the world. (more…)