ANNUAL CANDLELIGHT SERVICE SET
The service will include traditional Christmas readings and carols. The Christmas story of the birth of Jesus will be read in different languages with special participation by Linfield students.
The event is sponsored by the Linfield Chaplain’s Office. For more information, contact Linfield Chaplain David Massey at ext. 2259, firstname.lastname@example.org.
STUDENT ART ON EXHIBIT IN GALLERY
The 2013 Linfield Gallery Annual Juried Student Exhibition will be held Dec. 4-14 in the gallery located in the James F. Miller Fine Arts Center at Linfield. Winning entries will be announced at the artists’ reception Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 5 p.m.
The exhibit will showcase Linfield student talent in a variety of mediums including paintings, drawings, prints, photography, sculpture, graphic design, ceramics and mixed media pieces.
The Linfield exhibit is free and open to the public. The Linfield Fine Arts Gallery is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. For more information, call ext. 2804.
CHOIRS PRESENT CHRISTMAS CONCERT
Three Linfield College vocal groups will be featured during the annual Christmas choral concert on Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 7:30 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium in Melrose Hall at Linfield.
The concert, “A Frosty Christmas Eve…,” will feature the Men’s Glee Club, Women’s Vocal Ensemble and the Linfield Concert Choir. The performance will include music for the holiday season with pieces by Daniel Pinkham, Gerald Finzi, Benjamin Britten, and traditional carols and songs. The choir will be accompanied by brass, string and harp players.
For more information, call the Linfield Department of Music, ext. 2275 or visit linfield.edu/arts.
ENSEMBLES PLAN CHAMBER RECITAL
The recital will feature a variety of chamber ensembles including a horn quartet, clarinet quartet, four-hand piano duo, wind sextet, string quartet, and string and piano ensemble. The performances will include pieces by composers including Rosetti, Mozart, Brahms, Mitushin, Dvorak, Stravinsky, Shostakovich, Bowles and Skolnik.
For more information, call ext. 2275 or visit linfield.edu/arts.
WILDCATS ADVANCE TO QUARTERFINALS
Linfield came from behind to beat Hampden-Sydney Nov. 30, outscoring the Tigers 28-0 over the game’s final 35 minutes.
LINFIELD HOSTS DANCE SHOWCASE
The program will feature student choreography and dances. Dancers from Linfield and the McMinnville community will perform jazz, modern, contemporary and hip-hop dances.
For more information, call the Linfield music department, ext. 2275 or visit linfield.edu/arts.
WORKING PAPER SERIES LAUNCHED
The interdepartmental publication, intended to showcase and stimulate faculty research, is a collection of working papers that may include teaching notes, preliminary research findings or drafts of larger studies. The series will be distributed as a document and posted in Linfield’s Digital Commons. Comments will be invited and encouraged.
Organizers hope the working papers will generate discussion among faculty, according to Malcolm Greenlees, Glenn L. and Helen S. Jackson Professor of Business.
“Bringing research and ideas together in one collection will keep us informed of the development work of our colleagues,” said Greenlees.
Eric Schuck, professor of economics, added, “The series will also provide a publication outlet for student-faculty collaborative research efforts.”
For more information, contact Greenlees at ext. 2403, email@example.com.
NICHOLSON HOSTS FOOD FOR FINES
Help local Yamhill County families in need instead of paying library fines during the Food for Fines food drive held through Thursday, Dec. 19, at Nicholson Library. Food and monetary donations for Yamhill County Action Partnership are collected at the circulation desk in exchange for the removal of patrons’ fines. One can of food or $1 donated is equal to $1 of fines removed from the patron’s account, up to $20. Non-perishable food is requested. For more information, call ext. 2711 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOLIDAY DRIVES BENEFIT COMMUNITY
The Holiday Tree of Giving, sponsored by the Linfield Employees Association, is located in the Fred Meyer Lounge. Tags on the tree represent local children in need and include the child’s name, age and gift ideas along with clothing sizes. Select a tag, purchase a gift and return it – unwrapped and with tag attached – to the Office of Financial Aid by 4 p.m. Monday, Dec. 16.
It is not necessary to buy the gift listed on the tag. Instead, consider purchasing a gift that is age appropriate or go together with colleagues to help pay for a more expensive item. Be sure to purchase not only a toy but also clothing for the child you sponsor. In addition to the tree, there will be a jar for cash donations located in the Office of Financial Aid to help purchase larger gifts.
The Office of Financial Aid is collecting new and gently used winter wear – coats, hats, gloves, sweaters and scarves – for Yamhill Community Action Partnership. Barrels are located throughout the McMinnville Campus through Friday, Dec. 20.
For more information, contact Erin Hernley, ext. 2225, email@example.com.
MONDAY, DEC. 2
Noon: French table, Dillin
TUESDAY, DEC. 3
Noon: American sign language table, Dillin
7:30 p.m.: Christmas candlelight service, Delkin
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4
Noon: German language table, Dillin
5 p.m.: Student art exhibit, artists’ reception, Gallery
7:30 p.m.: Christmas choral concert, Ice
THURSDAY, DEC. 5
11:50 a.m.: Voices, SOAN table, Dillin
Noon: Japanese language table, Dillin
4 p.m.: Chamber music recital, Delkin
FRIDAY, DEC. 6
Noon: Spanish conversation table, Dillin
SATURDAY, DEC. 7
10 a.m.: Football at Wisconsin-Whitewater
6 p.m.: Women’s basketball at George Fox
8 p.m.: Men’s basketball at George Fox
8 p.m.: Dance showcase, Ice