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Linfield welcomes prospective students for Discovery Day

Linfield CollegeMore than 80 prospective students and their families will converge at Linfield for the annual Discovery Day Monday, Jan. 19. (more…)

Sanchez to study in Ecuador after receiving Gilman Scholarship

Stephanie Sanchez '16Stephanie 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. (more…)

Grant weighs in on football playoff changes

Economics Professor Randy GrantA 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. (more…)

McNamee leads volunteer bike trail effort

Jeff McNameeOregon cyclists will have more room to explore, thanks in part to the efforts of Linfield College Professor Jeff McNamee. (more…)

Linfield computer science students excel at regional qualifier

Linfield CollegeFor the third straight year, Linfield College computer science students finished among the top two teams in Oregon at the regional qualifier of the world’s largest programming competition. (more…)

Linfield earns commendation from Japanese Consulate

Japanese Consulate commendationThe Linfield College Japanese Studies program earned a commendation and praise for its success during a personal visit from the Consular Office of Japan in Portland, a branch office of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dec. 1. (more…)

Annual Linfield Stafford reading date changed

William StaffordOne of Oregon’s most beloved poets will be honored at the annual William Stafford memorial poetry reading Wednesday, Jan. 14, at 7 p.m. in the Austin Reading Room of the Jereld R. Nicholson Library. (more…)

Linfield remains in contention for fifth national crown

Linfield College footballLinfield returns to the national semifinals for the first time since 2009 to face defending champion UW-Whitewater, Saturday, Dec. 13, at 12:30 p.m. PST. (more…)

Students find connections between sound and culture

Linfield College sound classLinfield College students are experiencing sound in a larger context than ever before. A course, What to Listen for in the World, showed students the relationship between sound, environment and culture. (more…)

Linfield takes on Widener in quarterfinal play

Linfield footballFor the third straight year, the Linfield College Wildcats advance to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III playoffs, taking on Widener University Saturday, Dec. 6, at 9 a.m. PST in Chester, Penn. (more…)