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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>

Our student leaders – meet the ASLC and ASLC-PC Cabinet

Pioneer Hall, Linfield CollegeLinfield College student leaders are a diverse bunch. Coming from a variety of hometowns with a wide range of interests and majors, they have joined together to form Linfield’s student government. More>

Cookie baking benefits Sheridan youth program

Kathie Byers '14It takes commitment and dedication – and occasionally a monster cookie – to impact youth. Fortunately, Kathie Byers ’14 has all three. 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>

Season’s greetings from Linfield College

Pioneer HallWe are grateful for our Linfield family. Watch a VIDEO.

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Linfield’s Plum Pudding Project provides meals to local families

Plum Pudding ProjectDonning Santa hats and smiles, Linfield College community members delivered Christmas dinner and gifts to 35 local families. 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>

Ramsay recalls Mexican traditions from her youth

Violeta Ramsay, professor of SpanishVioleta Ramsay, professor of Spanish, reflected on Christmas traditions from her youth in Chihuahua, Mexico, in a recent News-Register story. More>