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Linfield measures up on college rankings

Linfield's Nicholson LibraryLinfield College earned high marks on three recent college surveys. More>

Wildcats hit the ground running with new artificial turf

Linfield College Maxwell FieldLinfield College’s Maxwell Field is ready for the 2014 football season after getting new artificial turf this summer. More>

Linfield welcomes new students

Linfield College orientationA new group of Wildcats arrived on campus ready to begin the next phase of their lives. More>

Historian to deliver Constitution Day talks at Linfield

Jack RakovePulitzer Prize-winning historian Jack Rakove will deliver two public talks in celebration of Constitution Day on Monday, Sept. 8, at Linfield College. More>

Linfield hosts Hispanic Heritage Day event, 5k

Hispanic Heritage DayLinfield College will host the seventh annual Hispanic Heritage Day Sunday, Sept. 7, from noon to 3 p.m. on the Intramural Field at Linfield. More>

Diamond’s carbon reduction tips garner media attention

Chemistry Professor Jim DiamondIn a recent piece in The Oregonian, Linfield chemistry professor James Diamond offered practical steps for reducing your carbon footprint.

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Parade Magazine showcases McMinnville’s Third Street

McMinnville 3rd StreetWhen Parade scoured towns across the country looking for America’s Best Main Street, McMinnville quickly rose to the top. More>

Frye tapped to be VP of marketing at TriQuint Semiconductor

Pioneer Hall, Linfield CollegeBrandi (Thackery) Frye ’94 has been tapped to become the vice president of marketing at TriQuint Semiconductor later this year. More>

Study abroad photos featured in annual contest

"The Fisherman" by Veronica Herrera '15 A year’s worth of international experiences came together in the annual Linfield College study abroad photo contest. More>

Common Read unites Linfield College community

Ignorance: How it Drives Science by Stuart FiresteinLooking for a good book? Pick up a copy of this year’s Common Read, Ignorance: How it Drives Science by Stuart Firestein, and read along with Linfield College students and faculty. More>