When a new high school teacher finds a notebook left behind by her younger, deceased sister, she embarks on a journey through the world of Dungeons & Dragons and discovers the dreams and struggles of a sibling that she never really knew.
“She Kills Monsters” by Qui Nguyen continues the Linfield Theatre Program’s 99th season of plays as part of its season of “Monsters and the Monstrous.” This coming-of-age story blends comedy and fantasy in a thoughtful meditation on family and identity. Continue reading
Noted media scholar Jennifer Rauch, Ph.D., will present a lecture at Linfield College on the problems associated with modern-day media and a budding movement to slow the pace of media production and consumption.
Rauch, professor of journalism and communication studies at Long Island University-Brooklyn, will present “Slow Media: Why ‘Slow’ is Satisfying, Sustainable and Smart” on Wednesday, Feb. 20, at 5 p.m. in the Austin Reading Room of the Nicholson Library on campus. Continue reading
Noted educational technology author Bryan Alexander will explore the future of higher education in a public lecture at Linfield College.
On Monday, Nov. 5, Alexander will speak on “Apprehending the future in higher education: Fact and fiction.” The talk will be at 7 p.m. in 201 Riley Hall. Continue reading
Update: As Patrick Starnes, the Independent candidate, has dropped out of the gubernatorial race, Linfield College has cancelled the Nov. 1 talk.
Linfield College is hosting three gubernatorial candidates next week on its McMinnville campus to discuss civic engagement and political participation, one week before Oregonians go to the polls.
Nick Chen, Libertarian Party candidate, will speak on Monday, Oct. 29. Rep. Knute Buehler, Republican Party candidate, will speak on Tuesday, Oct. 30. Patrick Starnes, the Independent candidate, will speak on Thursday, Nov. 1. Continue reading
Linfield College student choirs will perform music from hit Broadway musicals and well-known composers.
“Resistance, Revolution, and Renewal” will explore this year’s Program for Liberal Arts and Civic Engagement (PLACE) theme of “Revolutions” and will connect resistance and revolution in the face of war, oppression and injustice. The Fall Choir Concert will take place on Sunday, Oct. 21 at 4 p.m. in Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium at Linfield College.
Linfield College will observe Constitution Day with an event on the relationship between civility and inclusion.
The Frederick Douglass Forum on Law, Rights, and Justice and the Program for Liberal Arts and Civic Engagement (PLACE) will hold a “Conversation about Civility, Diversity and Inclusion” on Tuesday, Sept. 18, at 4:30 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium in Melrose Hall.
In a globalized but increasingly divided, digital and complex world, what is the role of human connections and state-to-state diplomacy? Ryan Jones, former State Department diplomat and current late-night comedy researcher and writer, will discuss this question Wednesday, April 4, at 5 p.m. in 201 Riley Hall at Linfield College.
Youth political participation will be the topic of an upcoming lecture at Linfield College. Daniel Oross, a visiting Fulbright scholar, will present “Comparing Political Participation by Youth in the US and EU” on Thursday, March 22, at 7 p.m. in the Austin Reading Room in the Nicholson Library at Linfield.
Steam-powered math, music and romance are at the heart of the upcoming Linfield College Theatre production, “Ada and the Engine.”
The production features the full-length play by Lauren Gunderson, “America’s most popular playwright,” as Daniel Pollack-Pelzner, the Ronni Lacroute Chair in Shakespeare Studies at Linfield College, has dubbed her in The New Yorker. This year, Linfield Theatre’s 98th season, features the plays of Gunderson.