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Students, families take part in national day of service

Make a Differenece Day 2015Armed with rakes, shovels, rags and cleaning supplies, Linfield College students canvassed Yamhill County to volunteer their time and energy during Make A Difference Day Saturday, Oct. 24. (more…)

Linfield English professor published in the New Yorker

Daniel Pollack PelznerTo change or not to change, that is the question that Daniel Pollack-Pelzner, assistant professor of English, answers in an article published recently on The New Yorker website. (more…)

Wildcats’ streak featured in Sports Illustrated

Linfield College FootballThe Linfield Wildcats football team is featured in Sports Illustrated this week. (more…)

Chance favors the prepared mind

Theresa BetancourtHow does a liberal arts education at Linfield College prepare you for future opportunities and challenges? (more…)

Linfield hosts lively celebration for Hispanic culture

Fiesta Latina face paintingPinatas and painted faces dotted the Linfield College campus in September, when Linfield hosted Fiesta Latina, a celebration of Hispanic culture. (more…)

Putting Oregon wine on the map: Archives looks at the Burgundy Challenge

Stephen Cary, Yamhill Valley VineyardsIn 1985, Oregon’s wine industry took a big step forward when it took on wines from Burgundy, France in a blind taste test. (more…)

Hamilton joins NASA research team

Scott Hamilton '77Humanitarian, explorer and Wall Street businessman Scott Hamilton ’77 has ventured to the tops of the world’s tallest mountains. His most recent endeavor looks even farther to the skies. (more…)

Harrington incorporates wine experiences into video series

Sherry Harrington '15Sherilyn Harrington ’15 got an up-close view of the Oregon wine industry after spending last year as an intern with the Oregon Wine Industry Experience. (more…)

Wildcats get ‘Taste of Service’ in local community

Henderson HouseLinfield College students canvassed the community during Linfield’s Taste of Service Day Saturday, Sept. 26. (more…)

Dutt-Ballerstadt weighs in on OPB’s ‘State of Wonder’

Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt, professor of EnglishReshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt, professor of English and coordinator of the Gender Studies Program at Linfield College, was interviewed by April Baer for Oregon Public Broadcasting’s “State of Wonder” program. (more…)