May your holiday season be filled with peace and joy.
May your holiday season be filled with peace and joy.
Northup, once the intellectual heart of the college, is getting a complete makeover.
Biology Professor Chad Tillberg is helping scientists better understand the impact of ants on local landscapes.
Linfield College will host the annual William Stafford memorial poetry reading Tuesday, Jan. 11, at 7 p.m. in the Austin Reading Room of the Jereld R. Nicholson Library.
A total of 148 candidates for degrees will be presented at the Linfield College fall commencement exercises Sunday, Dec. 19, at 2 p.m. in the Ted Wilson Gymnasium.
Fifteen students took to the quad with sleeping bags or blankets to experience some of the challenges homeless people face.
Rachel Go ’13, information director for Linfield’s student-powered radio, gives her take on the community station.
Linfield College will host the annual Christmas candlelight service on Sunday, Dec. 12, at 7:30 p.m. in Jonasson Hall, lower level of Melrose Hall, at Linfield.
Four graduating seniors were selected for Fulbright grants last spring, with 20 students named Fulbright scholars since 1999.
Faculty and students traded places as 400 undergraduate students and professors from the Pacific Northwest converged at Linfield College to share research findings with one another.
Nursing graduates from Chemeketa Community College flock to the baccalaureate nursing program at Linfield College, and the two colleges just made the transition a little easier.
Linfield College students and staff will recognize the 100th anniversary of the Mexican Revolution Thursday, Dec. 2, from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in Jonasson Hall, lower level of Melrose Hall, at Linfield.
Linfield’s online education program is expanding to support the growing enrollment of online college programs.
Many Wildcat teams take home the nation’s top sports awards, but now Linfield athletes have been recognized as top scholars, too.
Colleges like to talk about going green, but dining hall waste leaves some budget columns in the red. Linfield is working to change that.
Painter Ron Mills was recognized throughout Costa Rica for his new mural at the School of the Integrated Arts.
Begin the holiday festivities by attending the Christmas Choral Concert, “In Dulci Jubilo,” at Linfield College. The concert will be held Wednesday, Dec. 8, at 7:30 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium in Melrose Hall.
Linfield College jazz vocalists and musicians will present a Jazz Night concert on Friday, Dec. 10, at 8 p.m. at the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium in Melrose Hall at Linfield.
Artwork by Linfield College students will be on display during the Juried Student Exhibition, Dec. 1- 18, at the Fine Art Gallery in the James F. Miller Fine Arts Center. An opening reception will be held Wednesday, Dec. 1, at 6 p.m. in the gallery.
Three service dogs and students in Professor Michelle Nelson’s marketing class greeted football fans at a recent game, helping raise money for Canine Assistants.
Theta Chi Fraternity at Linfield College will collect donations for two adopted families and individual gift tags when they kick off their annual “Theta Chi 12 Days of Christmas” Nov. 29 through Dec. 10 at the college.
The Linfield Chamber Orchestra will feature student concerto competition winners in a performance Friday, Dec. 3, at 8 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium in Melrose Hall at Linfield College.
The Linfield College Board of Trustees voted to rename Northup Hall in honor of T.J. Day, a 1971 Linfield graduate and the most significant donor in the history of the college, according to President Thomas L. Hellie.
The Wildcats will host Cal Lutheran this Saturday in the opening round of the NCAA Division III playoffs.
Luther College awarded Dr. Thomas Hellie one of eight prestigious alumni awards for his achievements and service.
The “Speaking Wildcats” brought home 19 awards from one of the oldest forensics tournaments in the country, hosted each year by Linfield.
Faculty and students will trade places as 400 undergraduate students and professors from the Pacific Northwest converge at Linfield to share research findings with one another.
Oregon Poet Laureate Paulann Petersen will discuss the role of poet laureate and read selected poems Tuesday, Nov. 30, at 7:30 p.m. in the Austin Reading Room in the Jereld R. Nicholson Library at Linfield College.
The TV teaches children to be mean, says Professor Jennifer Linder, but parents can help.
Cathy Carnahan ’73 thought she was headed to a regularly scheduled assembly at Duniway Middle School, but the event took a surprising turn.
The sculptures of Portland artist David Corbett are on display until Nov. 20 at the campus gallery.
Greg Hill, Linfield College athletic trainer and assistant professor, will explain the use of aquatic activity in rehabilitation during an upcoming faculty lecture at Linfield.
Last month 120 Linfield students, along with staff volunteers, joined 3 million people across the country to participate in Make a Difference Day, a national day of doing good.
Campus and community participants will learn about and install Linfield’s first eco-roof from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 5.
A panel of local agency representatives will provide an update to the Yamhill County 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness Monday, Nov. 15, at Linfield.
Linfield College international student Gerald Rusere from Zimbabwe will present his summer experiences at the World Cup Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 3 p.m. in Jonasson Hall, lower level of Melrose Hall at Linfield.
Enjoy the sounds of the Linfield College Concert Band and Wind Symphony, with guest conductor Jay Chen, as they come together to create music Tuesday, Nov. 16, at 7:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, 125 SE Cowls St., McMinnville.
Linfield’s new center is tied to regional issues, which is why KATU Channel 2 news approached center Director Jeff Peterson about immigration as an election issue.
A controversial ballot initiative comes down to a battle over who gets Oregon casino dollars, Professor Malcolm Greenlees told The Oregonian in a front-page story.
Retired Professor John Ritter is combing through cobwebs and dark tunnels, exploring underground Salem, Ore., by flashlight. News programs across the globe followed his exploits.
Singer and songwriter Kris Gruen will present a music workshop and concert Wednesday, Nov. 3, at 7 p.m. in the Delkin Recital Hall in the Vivian A. Bull Music Center at Linfield College.
The Salt Lake Deseret News published a thoughtful editorial by English Professor David Sumner about the importance of listening, rather than arguing, during this campaign season.
Maria Sandoval will share the history of a local church during Topics in the Pacific Northwest Friday, Oct. 29, at noon in Nicholson Library Room 178 at Linfield College.
Ken Ludwig’s comedy Lend Me a Tenor gives new meaning to double lives and provides a way for Linfield College students to showcase their talent.
A new book by competitive racer and philosophy Professor Jesús Ilundáin-Agurruza takes readers on a philosophical tour of biking.
In a front-page article in The Oregonian, Professor Nick Buccola commented about the impact of Obama’s Portland visit.
The Linfield College Music Department will present a faculty recital featuring guitarist Pamela Goldsmith and guest pianist Rhonda Ringering Saturday, Nov. 6, at 7 p.m. in the Delkin Recital Hall in the Vivian A. Bull Music Center at Linfield.
Novelist Robin Oliveira will present her debut novel, “My Name is Mary Sutter,” Wednesday, Nov. 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the Jereld R. Nicholson Library at Linfield College.
Collegiate speakers from across the Northwest will compete in the 80th R.D. Mahaffey Memorial Forensics Tournament Oct. 29-31 at Linfield College.
Linfield’s Adult Degree Program blog was named one of the country’s top adult education blogs.
The Linfield Fine Art Gallery will feature sculptures by David Corbett Oct. 18 through Nov. 20. His work shows the process of planning and constructing buildings. A reception will be held for the artist on Wednesday, Oct. 20, from 6-8 p.m. in the gallery.
Oregon Field Guide featured Professor Nancy Broshot’s observations on tree health in the nation’s largest urban park.
Ambassador David Mack will present “Arab/Israeli Peace and Why it is Important to U.S. National Security” on Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 7:30 p.m. in Ice Auditorium in Melrose Hall at Linfield College.
Linfield College students and staff will volunteer their time to serve local non-profits and schools at more than a dozen locations throughout Yamhill County on Saturday, Oct. 23, in celebration of the national day of service, Make A Difference Day.
Linfield College student curator Barrett Dahl will open her anthropology exhibit, “An Ceoil na Éireann: The Generation Dichotomy of Music in Galway Ireland,” Tuesday, Oct. 19, at 12:30 p.m. in the Anthropology Museum in Walker Hall at Linfield.
Each year Bon Appétit scouts the country to find towns with the most inspired culinary culture, and this year McMinnville, Ore., joined five other cities as one of “America’s Foodiest Towns.”
The Linfield Chamber Orchestra will kick off its 20th Anniversary Season with a concert of works spanning 250 years of music history.
High school counselors across the country named America’s best colleges, according to a survey from U.S. News & World Report. Linfield College was a favorite.
Linfield College has been awarded a Learn and Serve America grant through Washington & Oregon Campus Compacts’ Northwest Sustainability Initiative.
Linfield College will host trick-or-treating and a haunted house Friday, Oct. 29, on campus.
Each year, the Linfield Alumni Association honors dedicated individuals for their hard work, innovation and generosity of spirit. Here’s a look at Linfield’s 2010 award winners.
Education Professor Nancy Drickey and students Amy Shoemaker ’09 and Marissa Davis ’09 headed to Japan to find out why Japanese teens outpace U.S. students in math and science.
CNN and Comcast Newsmakers will broadcast interviews with President Hellie, Coach Scott Brosius and psychology Professor Jennifer Linder throughout October.
A series of homecoming events for students and alumni are planned the week of Oct. 12 at Linfield College.
Linfield College will host winemaker Susan Sokol Blosser and writer Brian Doyle as they present readings from their books describing the behind-the-scenes workings of winemaking.
The Post’s Sleep Contest has narrowed to seven college students. Help put Linfield student Kate Woginrich ’14 over the top.
News-Register reporter Starla Pointer ’82 toured Northup Hall to check out the early stages of Linfield’s library restoration, and shared her impressions.
Three decades of work will be encompassed in a reading by award-winning poet Chris Howell Thursday, Oct. 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the Austin Reading Room of the Jereld R. Nicholson Library at Linfield College.
Linfield’s new Center for the Northwest invites you to the “Bringing Vines to the Valley” exhibition.
Linfield College will host a fall choral concert, “In Endless Song,” on Sunday, Oct. 17, at 4 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium in Melrose Hall at Linfield.
Michael Roberts, Linfield College professor of biology, will explain how animal size affects the way we think about biology during an upcoming faculty lecture Oct. 13 at Linfield.
Season tickets are now available for the 20th Anniversary Season of the Linfield Chamber Orchestra (LCO).
Linfield College has tripled its number of AmeriCorps positions. The college has been awarded 30 Students in Service (SIS) AmeriCorps member slots to fill this year, a three-fold increase from 2009-10, and will provide 30 students with an education award of $1,132 upon completion of 300 hours of community service over the course of one [...]
Prize-winning pianist Dean Kramer will perform an all-Chopin recital Monday, Oct. 11, at 3 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium in Melrose Hall at Linfield College.
The Linfield College Theatre Department will present a staged reading of “Checkmate,” a one-act play written by Linfield sophomore Christopher Forrer of Gresham.
Washington Monthly named Linfield one of the top 100 liberal arts schools that make a contribution to the public good.
E-learning has its advantages, especially for returning students, Linfield’s dean of Continuing Education told the Portland Business Journal.
“Under the Umbrella of Civil Rights: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act” will feature three days of events and programming at Linfield College.
Up against stiff competition, 14 Linfield nursing alumni were selected from among 699 applicants to fill 61 RN residency positions at Portland-area Legacy Health locations.
Rabbi Gary Ellison will speak about Linfield College’s 200-year-old Yemenite Torah scroll Tuesday, Sept. 28, at 7:30 p.m. in the Jereld R. Nicholson Library at Linfield.
Northup Hall is getting a second life.
Nadia Abraibesh ’10 spent part of her college career helping the homeless and working with foster youth. Now she’s been tapped to extend her outreach with Teach for America.
A guest blog in The Washington Post singled out Linfield’s students and faculty for praise.
Linfield College was singled out by The Huffington Post as one of seven U.S. colleges worth their tuition.
Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt, associate professor of English and creative writing at Linfield College, will present a reading from her book The PostColonial Citizen: The Intellectual Migrant, Thursday, Sept. 23, at 7:30 p.m. in the Jereld R. Nicholson Library.
Linfield College students will open the 2010-11 theatre season with the annual student icebreaker featuring two plays Sept. 16-18.
Nursing student Karen Bastian ’11 will get a boost in her studies this year with a competitive scholarship award from the National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN).
High school counselors across the nation named Linfield one of 26 preferred small private schools in the U.S., with counselors saying that Linfield students are down to earth and … well, just plain nice.
Linfield gardeners tend the 193-acre park-like campus with care, and it shows.
This fall, Linfield welcomes the largest class of incoming freshmen on record, 535 strong.
This summer Professor Jill Timmons served as the artistic director for Musique à Beaumont, an international piano institute in France.
Hillary Crane, assistant professor of anthropology, will present “Relatively Female: The Gender Identities of Taiwanese Buddhist Nuns” on Wednesday, Sept. 15, at 7:30 p.m. in 201 Riley Hall at Linfield College.
Join us for the “Like Smoke and Holy Water” opening reception on Sept. 1.
Noted author and food activist Marion Nestle will present the Linfield Convocations address Monday, Aug. 30, at 4 p.m. in the Ted Wilson Gymnasium.
Lyle Denniston, a journalist who has covered the U.S. Supreme Court for more than 50 years, will speak on “The Future of the Supreme Court: Mirror of the Past?”
Korean history specialist Mark Caprio, professor at Rikkyo University in Japan, will present a lecture on Wednesday, Sept. 8, at 7 p.m. in 201 Riley Hall at Linfield College.
Students are growing vegetables, and a passion for sustainability, on campus.
Linfield College climbed 13 spots in the recently-released survey from US News & World Report, moving from 118 to 105 in the Best National Liberal Arts category.
Linfield ranks in the top 25 undergraduate schools for student participation in study abroad, and four more students have signed on, thanks to the Gilman International Scholarship Program.
In a guest editorial in the News-Register, Professor Jennifer Linder says children often mimic relational aggression on TV.
Linfield College was named one of the region’s top schools by The Princeton Review and recognized for academic strength, financial aid, quality of life and dedication to sustainability.
Recent Linfield College graduate Krista Foltz has been selected for a Fulbright scholarship to conduct original math research at the Universidad de Chile in Santiago, Chile.
Garry Killgore has turned decades of running experience and his biomechanics research into a business with a global reach.
Authors who offer a fierce critique of the American university system singled out Linfield College as an exception to the downward trend.
Linfield College graduating senior Brett Tolman has been selected for a Fulbright scholarship to teach English in Sri Lanka for a year.
The U.S. Department of Education reports that the number of U.S. students who study abroad has quadrupled during the past 20 years, with Linfield in the top 25 baccalaureate schools for student participation.
First Lady Michelle Obama launched a major initiative to combat child obesity, but it won’t be successful unless schools take a leading role, says Jeff McNamee, health and human performance professor at Linfield College.
An original essay by Jordan Marcelo Jacobo ’12 about his study abroad experience won first place in Linfield’s International Programs essay contest.
Linfield College is a small school with a large vision and a far-reaching impact. Here’s the good news …
Many small farmers want to use food as a vehicle to create community, says Beth Satterwhite ’10, who surveyed 12 Portland-area farmers this spring for her senior thesis.
The Oregon Department of Human Services invited Linfield nursing students to share the results of interviews with local immigrants.
Melissa Greenaway ’12 was selected as one of seven American college students to represent the U.S. at My Summit 2010, a working conference for students held in Canada alongside the official G8 and G20 Summits.
McMinnville’s News-Register featured Linfield students, who got a firsthand lesson in collaboration and public art when they painted a mural in McMinnville’s downtown historic district.
Following a nationwide search for 22 potential Latino leaders, Christina Perez-Camarillo ’13 was selected for participation in the National Hispana Leadership Institute in Washington, D.C.
Linfield College junior David Kellner-Rode has been awarded one of 80 Udall Foundation scholarships in the U.S.
Nine Linfield baseball players graduated from college the same day they nabbed third place in the NCAA Division III championship tournament.
Professor Michael Huntsberger says public broadcasting has demonstrated that audiences want more substantive news.
With 132 years of service between them, Ken Ericksen, Dave Hansen, Donna Routh and Barbara May have shaped countless Linfield students. Here, they share memories from the past and plans for their future retirements. Ken Ericksen Professor of English, at Linfield since 1965 Most memorable moment: Could this be the most horrible moment? During one [...]
Linfield College sophomore Leah Sedy has been selected for a Boren scholarship to study in Kyoto, Japan.
Linfield graduate Scott Brosius ’02 is now Coach Brosius, guiding the baseball team of his alma mater, Linfield College.
One hundred people turned out for Linfield’s Asian Culture and Health Connection event.
Linfield College senior Lily Niland has been selected for a Fulbright scholarship to conduct original linguistics research in Peru.
Linfield Baseball finished third at the NCAA Division III championship tournament, winning more games and NCAA playoff games than any team on record.
Linfield College senior Ashley Ann Bennett has been selected for a Fulbright scholarship to teach English in Mainz, Germany, for a year.
Linfield senior Rhett Fenton clubbed a grand slam home run in the eighth inning to knock off No. 2 Heidelberg, vaulting Linfield to Tuesday’s championship round.
Illinois Wesleyan continued its unbeaten run through the postseason by rallying from a 3-1 deficit to knock off tournament favorite Linfield.
Linfield College said farewell to 525 students at its 2010 Spring Commencement Sunday, May 30, at 10 a.m. in the Oak Grove on the McMinnville Campus.
The Linfield baseball team scored runs in all but two innings and ran away with a 25-11 victory over SUNY-Cortland Saturday at the NCAA Division III Championships in Appleton, Wis.
They’ve logged their last all-nighter and taken their final final, packed up their apartments and turned in their keys. And for the class of 2010, each “last” packed a poignant punch as seniors said goodbye to Linfield. Andrew Platon ’10 and Krista Foltz ‘10 recorded some of the challenges and exhilaration of their final year [...]
Linfield Reports will resume in the fall.
The CBS financial site highlighted 15 colleges, with a special recommendation for four, including Linfield.
Portland’s community radio station broadcast an interview with English Professor Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt about her book, The Postcolonial Citizen: The Intellectual Migrant.
Nancy Broshot has recorded tree health in Portland’s Forest Park for 17 years, and her findings are especially relevant now.
After beating Eastern Connecticut State to remain alive for the national title, Linfield builds a 4-2 lead on East Texas Baptist but can’t hold on as the Tigers rally to capture the 2010 NCAA championship. Linfield ends its season with a record of 42-7.
Four Linfield graduating seniors have been selected for Fulbright grants, with two students selected for Udall and Boren scholarships.
Linfield College chemistry students were recognized by the American Chemical Society (ACS) with two awards at a national conference in San Francisco, Calif., March 21-25.
The Princeton Review and the U.S. Green Building Council recognized Linfield College’s commitment to sustainability in their recently released guide to green colleges.
Kevin Terraciano, professor of history and chair of the Latin American Studies Program at UCLA, will present “The Unspeakable Cocoliztli of Colonial Mexico: How People Talked about Disease in the Age of American Epidemics” on Wednesday, May 12, at 7:30 p.m. in 201 Riley Hall.
Michael Mann, a climatologist and a leading figure in research on climate change, will speak on “Dire Predictions: Understanding Global Warming” Tuesday, May 11, at 7:30 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium in Melrose Hall.
Two Linfield College art shows celebrate the work of 2010 thesis students and 2010 portfolio students. Both shows are on display now through May 28 in the James F. Miller Fine Art Center.
The Linfield College Department of Music will present a Chamber Music Recital Tuesday, May 18, at 4 p.m. in the Delkin Recital Hall in the Vivian A. Bull Music Center at Linfield.
Ragged pieces of cardboard line the walls of the Linfield College Anthropology Museum, a backdrop for the latest exhibit, “Runaways and Throwaways: Homeless Youth in Yamhill County.”
Two Linfield College students earned awards in the annual Toyama Cup Speech Contest held at the World Trade Center in Portland April 18.
“The Comedy of Errors” by William Shakespeare will be performed May 6-8 and 13-15 at 8 p.m. and May 9 at 2 p.m. in the Marshall Theatre in Ford Hall.
Edward Slingerland, associate professor of Asian studies and Canada research chair in Chinese thought and embodied cognition, will present the 39th annual Walter Powell-Linfield College Philosophy Lectures Monday and Tuesday, May 17 and 18, at Linfield College.
Kenneth Ericksen, professor of English at Linfield College for more than 45 years, will present a “last lecture” Thursday, May 13, at 7 p.m. in Jonasson Hall, lower level of Melrose Hall.
Two Linfield College jazz groups, the Linfield College Jazz Band and Double Vision, the vocal jazz ensemble, will present Jazz Night Friday, May 14, at 8 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium in Melrose Hall at Linfield.
Three Linfield College choral groups will come together to perform in the spring choral concert Sunday, May 16, at 4 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium in Melrose Hall at Linfield. The concert is free and open to the public.
Linfield College seniors Lauren Loepp of Hillsboro, Nadia Abraibesh of Portland and Ashlee Hockett of Springfield presented research with Professors Jennifer Linder and Tanya Tompkins at the regional Western Psychological Association (WPA) conference in Cancun, Mexico, April 22.
In spite of the drought in Western states, older farmers may opt out of water conservation systems, Professor Eric Schuck told news outlets.
College is unlike any other time in your life, says Hannah Michelotti ’10.
The Linfield Gallery show, which runs through May 1, has been praised as one of the “most radical yet well executed shows” at regional institutions, says a Portland art critic.
Linfield College students pitched a large Native American tipi in the campus Oak Grove on April 30 and hosted a ceremony, which included Native flute music and a blessing.
Linfield College’s Adult Degree Program, which offers bachelor’s degrees and certificate programs in both online and hybrid settings, announces the hiring of a new associate dean of nursing for Distance Learning.
Linfield’s Adult Degree Program announces significant growth in enrollment of their online accounting programs.
Young authors will have the opportunity to hone their writing skills at the Linfield College Writing Camp Saturday, May 8.
Linfield students will pitch a large Native American tipi in the Oak Grove this Friday afternoon, and Jan Michael Looking Wolf will offer a ceremonial blessing and flute music at 5 p.m. Students are invited to camp out for the night.
This year’s MacReads selection, “In the Wilderness: Coming of Age in Unknown Country,” will be featured in a reading by author Kim Barnes Wednesday, May 12, at 7:30 p.m. in the Jereld R. Nicholson Library at Linfield College.
Members of the Linfield College Dance Ensemble will present a dance concert, “Global Movement: Peace. Love. Dance,” Friday, May 7, at 8 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium, located in Melrose Hall at Linfield.
A transatlantic journey that began more than two decades ago has resulted in a new book by a Linfield College English professor.
Traditional Hawaiian food and entertainment will be featured at this year’s 38th annual Linfield College Hawaiian Lu’au Saturday, May 8, in the Rutschman Field House and Ted Wilson Gymnasium.
A vibrant array of costumes, characters, singing and acting will fill the stage during “Carousel,” the award-winning musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein, presented by the Linfield College Opera Theater and Gallery Theater.
Linfield College nursing students were recognized by the Mexican Consulate for their key role in Binational Health Week in Portland.
“A Night of Improv With Trix: Whose ASL Is It?’” will be presented Saturday, May 1, at 7 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium at Linfield College.
Linfield College students will come together to volunteer their time and effort during Global Youth Service Day Saturday, April 24.
A collection of poetry with journal writing prompts and walking meditations along with selections from a work in progress will be shared by Edna Kovacs, author of “In A Place Called Sanctuary – Writings From A Healing Garden,” Tuesday, April 27, at noon in the Austin Reading Room of the Jereld R. Nicholson Library at [...]
Tal Edman ’10 is set to head off for his first professional job, at a Big 4 accounting firm in Portland. First, he shares his take on everything from his profs to his favorite late-night hangout.
Potter Nils Lou is recognized as an international authority on kiln building, but he’s not too busy to have students over to his own studio, where they fire ceramics in the wood-fueled kiln he built 25 years ago.
Linfield’s student group, Latinos Adelante, is making the case for equitable college access, and putting their actions where their words are.
The face of higher education is undergoing a tremendous transformation as technology accelerates.
The Linfield College Department of Music will present the spring band concert featuring the Linfield Concert Band and the Linfield Wind Symphony Tuesday, April 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the Ted Wilson Gymnasium at Linfield College.
Linfield College will host award-winning author Gina Ochsner in a reading to discuss her latest book on post-Soviet life. The reading will be held Thursday, April 8, at 7:30 p.m. in the Austin Reading Room of the Jereld R. Nicholson Library.
This semester student blogger Jon Chikamoto ’12 is studying ecology, energy in the environment, environmental forums … and snowboarding.
Singer-songwriter Tyrone Wells will play a stripped down, acoustic show Friday, April 2, at 8 p.m. to benefit Linfield’s Alternative Spring Break program (pictured).
The environmental and health consequences of nuclear weapons testing will be the focus of an upcoming lecture at Linfield College. Anthropologist Holly Barker will present “Nuclear Weapons Testing in the Marshall Islands: How Anthropology Helps in the Aftermath” on Monday, April 12, at 7 p.m. in Jonasson Hall, lower level of Melrose Hall, at Linfield.
An exhibit featuring “The Kitchen Counter Collective” by Jesse Hayward will be presented at Linfield College. The exhibition runs now through May 1 in the gallery in the James F. Miller Fine Arts Center. An opening reception will be held Wednesday, March 31, at 6 p.m. in the gallery.
The community will be given the opportunity to learn a piece of forgotten history through a book The Oregonian listed as one of the top 10 in the Pacific Northwest last year.
Anna Keesey, fiction writer and assistant professor of English at Linfield College, will present “Mill of the Mind: Contemporary Writers and Historical Fiction,” Wednesday, April 14, at 7:30 p.m. in 201 Riley Hall at Linfield.
A grant to purchase state-of-the-art multimedia and lighting equipment will allow the Linfield College theatre program to broaden the type of productions it is able to present.
History prof Sharon Bailey Glasco says that until recently, history books overlooked the accomplishments of women.
McMINNVILLE, Ore. — Yamhill County Transit Area has announced extended bus routes from downtown McMinnville to Tigard. A morning and evening commuter bus also stops at Linfield College in McMinnville. The service is open to everyone interested in commuting.
McINNVILLE, Ore. — For most Oregonians, spring is the time when spirits lift. We’ve all made it through another dark, rainy winter.
The prospect for a playoff replacing the current college football bowl system is compromised by financial interests, says Randy Grant in Chicago’s Medill Report.
Professor and Linfield Gallery Director Cris Moss is the point person for the “Portland 2010” biennial, featuring Oregon artists.
Professor Sandra Lee takes readers on a cinematic journey to cultural understanding with her book, Seeing the Big Picture: A Cinematic Approach to Understanding Cultures in America.
The layers of teenage angst are explored in an upcoming play directed by a Linfield College theatre alumnus. “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead” by Bert V. Royal will be performed Tuesday, March 16, through Friday, March 19, at 8 p.m. in the Marshall Theatre in Ford Hall at Linfield.
Linfield College and Chemeketa Community College are teaming up to help local students interested in pursuing a four-year college degree.
Members of the Linfield College Concert Choir will perform a concert on Wednesday, March 31, at 7:30 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium in Melrose Hall at Linfield.
Linfield’s Advisory Committee on the Environment and Sustainability (ACES) awarded five grants to students for sustainability projects planned for spring semester.
“As I walk across campus, I see signs hanging that say, ‘This is your Linfield. Welcome Home!’ In the last three years,” says student Chelsea Hall ’11, “this is what Linfield has become to me: Home.”
Signs of Peace, written by religious studies Professor Bill Apel, illuminates Thomas Merton’s dream of creating a global community of the spirit.
A recent Oregonian story, published by national news outlets and medical Web sites, features Tanya Tompkins’ insights about a controversial Oregon bill that will allow psychologists to prescribe drugs.
Oregon recently celebrated its 151st birthday, but in cyberspace it’s still the Wild West, says Professor Martin Dwomoh-Tweneboah.
Linfield was among the first colleges in the Pacific Northwest to partner with U Car Share, a program that allows members to use a car for an hour or a day.
Linfield College senior Andrew Pohl will present a student voice recital Saturday, March 13, at 8 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium located in Melrose Hall at Linfield.
Linfield College senior Heidi Vanden Bos of Lake Forest Park, Wash., will present a student piano recital Sunday, March 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the Delkin Recital Hall in the Vivian A. Bull Music Center at Linfield College.
Linfield College reference and distance learning librarian Carol McCulley will share examples of digital repositories and their impact on institutions during an upcoming faculty lecture at Linfield. “Digital Repositories: Places to Discover, Showcase and Preserve” will be presented Wednesday, March 10, at 7:30 p.m. in 201 Riley Hall at Linfield.
Linfield College was recently recognized for exemplary community engagement by the 2009 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
The National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU) named President Thomas L. Hellie to chair the NAICU Committee on Student Financial Aid. He will also serve on the executive committee of the association, which represents nearly 1,000 private American colleges.
Linfield College will host Reza Aslan on Wednesday, Feb. 24, at 7:30 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium on the Linfield campus in McMinnville. The lecture, “How to Win a Cosmic War: God, Globalization and the End of the War on Terror,” is free and the public is invited.
The conference gives students the skills and tools to address the issue of climate change and help ensure a just and sustainable future.
Alfred Habegger, a biographer and former professor of English, will speak on “Chasing Hidden Lives: Confessions of a Biographer” Thursday, March 11, at 7:30 p.m. in the Jereld R. Nicholson Library at Linfield College.
A public debate featuring the Linfield College debate team and student debaters from Xi’an Jiaotong University in China will be held Tuesday, Feb. 23, at 7:30 p.m. in Jonasson Hall, lower level of Melrose Hall at Linfield College.
If you’re tired of Match.com, try looking for love at the Humane Society, says Mary Lee Nitschke, a Linfield professor who specializes in human-animal bonds.
There’s a perception that Yamhill County is the place where people go to sip a glass of pinot noir. However, there is something other than vineyards growing in the heart of Oregon’s wine country.
Ellen Crabtree, associate director of academic advising at Linfield College, was named the top new advisor in the Pacific Northwest.
Linfield College senior Natalie Lindsey of Lake Oswego will present a student voice recital Saturday, Feb. 20, at 8 p.m. in the Delkin Recital Hall in the Vivian A. Bull Music Center at Linfield College.
It’s Oregon’s 151st birthday, and Linfield celebrates the research of anthropology Professor Thomas Love, who teamed up with a Smithsonian Institution scholar to trace the tangled roots of Oregon’s name back to its origins.
Linfield College will host Reza Aslan on Wednesday, Feb. 24, at 7:30 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium on the Linfield campus in McMinnville. The lecture, “How to Win a Cosmic War: God, Globalization and the End of the War on Terror,” is free and the public is invited.
Linfield College alumni and friends in Washington have the opportunity to hear the Linfield Concert Choir perform during its annual spring break tour.
Students travel on a shoestring in the Study Abroad program at Linfield, ranked among the top 20 small colleges for the number of students who study in other countries.
Halcyon Trio Oregon, a Northwest musical trio, will present the world premiere of a work written for them during “Of Praise, Passion, Princes and Pancakes!” Friday, Feb. 19, at 7:30 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium in Melrose Hall at Linfield College.
A Linfield College business professor will kick off the spring semester faculty lecture series. Rich Emery, professor of accounting, will present “The European Union Turns Sixty” Wednesday, Feb. 17, at 7:30 p.m. in 201 Riley Hall at Linfield.
“Fashion and Fiction,” an art exhibit examining fashion photography, will run Feb. 9 through March 13 at the Linfield College Fine Art Gallery. An opening reception will be held Wednesday, Feb. 10, at 6 p.m. in the gallery.
With the rising cost of health care commanding national attention, health care disparities among diverse populations are often overlooked. Linfield College and Salem Health have partnered to find solutions.
Linfield College will welcome about 350 speakers from more than 25 Oregon and Washington high schools as they gather on the campus for participation in the 78th annual Singletary High School Invitational Forensics Tournament February 5-6.
On the eve of a closely watched Oregon election, political analyst Jackson Miller shared his expertise with The Oregonian and Oregon Public Broadcasting. The controversial ballot initiatives received national attention as a possible snapshot of the mood among voters.
Art students in Totem Shriver’s class painted a tipi as part of an Arts and Visual Culture course, after a local woman, descended from the Lakota Sioux tribe, offered it as an art project.
In a story picked up by international news networks, Professor Patrick Cottrell says, “The Olympic Games are often perceived as a symbol of peace, but ironically also serve as venues for intense political contention.”
Linfield students are lighting up for a good cause. No, this student-initiated project doesn’t involve smoking, but walking door to door in McMinnville, asking if they can change people’s light bulbs. For free. Without a catch.
It’s Jan Term at Linfield, and for many students that means study abroad.
Cherrish Beals and Cara Nicole Bruner, both 2009 Linfield College graduates, were team members during their senior capstone course, Strategic Management, this fall. But it was only before the fall commencement ceremony that they met face-to-face for the first time.
Barbara Drake, professor emerita of English at Linfield College, will read from her latest collection of poems, “Driving One Hundred,” Tuesday, Feb. 16, at 7:30 p.m. in the Jereld R. Nicholson Library at Linfield.
A book by a Linfield modern languages professor explores the cultural links between Japanese and Chinese writers in the period between the two World Wars.
On Jan. 18 students from colleges across Oregon will recognize Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through community service. I invite you to join us. (VIDEO)
A Musical Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. will be presented Monday, Jan. 18, at 7 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium in Melrose Hall at Linfield College.
Kim Barnes’ memoir “In the Wilderness: Coming of Age in Unknown Country,” is this year’s selection for MacReads, a community-wide book reading and discussion that culminates in a presentation by the author.
In December, 111 students said goodbye to Linfield as part of the Linfield College Fall Commencement. Graduates originated from countries as far flung as Spain, Vietnam, Malaysia and Japan.
Linfield ranked 84th in Washington Monthly’s 2009 college guide, which rated liberal arts schools based on their contribution to the public good. America’s best colleges, the magazine says, are those that encourage students to give back to their country.
The National Wildlife Federation’s Campus Ecology program released its “Generation E” report and held a national teleconference that addressed the ways students are leading sustainability programs at U.S. universities and colleges, including Linfield.