Grant weighs in on the economics of March Madness

Randy Grant, professor of economicsUpsets are common for NCAA basketball during March Madness. But perhaps the biggest upset of all, according to Linfield College economics Professor Randy Grant, is the issue surrounding player compensation. Continue reading

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Exploration featured in Arcega solo exhibition

Michael Arcega, A Scene from the AnthropoceneA new solo exhibition featuring a hand-made canoe by San Francisco-based artist Michael Arcega will be on display at the Linfield Gallery in the James F. Miller Fine Arts Center at Linfield College. Continue reading

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Morgan shares study abroad highlights in French blog

Ryan Morgan '17Living with someone from another culture is one of the most valuable aspects of life abroad, according to Ryan Morgan ’17. Continue reading

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Michael Lindblad to deliver Linfield commencement address

Michael Lindblad '94Michael Lindblad, the 2015 Oregon Teacher of the Year and a 1994 graduate of Linfield College, will deliver the commencement address to the Linfield class of 2016. Continue reading

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Increase your social media savvy with these tips

Susan Curry Sivek, professor of mass communicationConcerned about privacy on social media or afraid Facebook is taking over your life?

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Anthropology and climate change topic of lecture

Susan CrateSusan A. Crate, a leader in the anthropology of climate change, will present a lecture about the complexities and challenges of climate change and meet with students during a visit to Linfield College next month. Continue reading

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Cultural anthropologist to speak on Costa Rican migration and conservation

David HoffmanDavid Hoffman, cultural anthropologist, will present “How do the Ancient Elements Motivate Costa Ricans’ Migration to National Park Edges?” on Tuesday, March 15, at 5 p.m. in Ice Auditorium in Melrose Hall at Linfield College. Continue reading

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Linfield Theatre presents ‘Almost, Maine’

Almost, Maine! Linfield TheatreThe Linfield College Theatre Program continues its 96th season with a romantic comedy, “Almost, Maine,” March 15-18, at 7:30 p.m. in the Marshall Theatre in Ford Hall. Continue reading

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Paddock shares love of teaching with the rhythmic beat of a drum

Joan Haaland PaddockAcclaimed trumpeter Joan Paddock knows the soothing value of rhythm. Continue reading

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Linfield to host Oregon Humanities Conversation Projects

Emily DrewLinfield College will host a series of Conversation Projects, sponsored by Oregon Humanities, on various topics of diversity this spring. Continue reading

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