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Buccola guest opinion encourages celebration of Constitution Day

Professor Nicholas BuccolaConstitution Day may be a relatively new holiday, but it is an important one, according to a guest column in The Oregonian written by Professor Nick Buccola. (more…)

Grant gives boost to science education at Linfield

Linfield College iFOCUS programScience education will get a boost at Linfield College thanks to a $100,000 grant from The Hearst Foundation, Inc. (more…)

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

Pioneer Hall, Linfield CollegeAccolades continue to come in for Linfield College, this time from U.S. News & World Report, Washington Monthly and USA Today. (more…)

A journey through Linfield history begins in the archives

Shaterah Hall '15Shaterah Hall ’15 is exploring the history of Linfield College – one photograph at a time. (more…)

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

Pioneer Hall, Linfield CollegeLinfield College has once again been recognized as one of the top colleges in the west by The Princeton Review. (more…)

Students help in New Orleans restoration project

NOLA volunteers 2014Six Linfield College students and two staff were among 125 volunteers from around the country who spent a week volunteering in New Orleans, La. (more…)

Linfield measures up on college rankings

Linfield's Nicholson LibraryLinfield College earned high marks on three recent college surveys. (more…)

Wildcats hit the ground running with new artificial turf

Linfield College Maxwell FieldLinfield College’s Maxwell Field is ready for the 2014 football season after getting new artificial turf this summer. (more…)

Linfield welcomes new students

Linfield College orientationA new group of Wildcats arrived on campus ready to begin the next phase of their lives. (more…)

Diamond’s carbon reduction tips garner media attention

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