About The Linfield Review Founded in 1896, The Linfield Review is one of the oldest college newspapers in the Pacific Northwest. The newspaper traces its history
About The Linfield Review
Founded in 1896, The Linfield Review is one of the oldest college newspapers in the Pacific Northwest. The newspaper traces its history to the first issue of “The Review,” published January 1896 when the college was called McMinnville College. On Jan. 11, 1922, McMinnville College became Linfield College because of a $250,000 gift from Mrs. Frances Eleanor Ross Linfield. To commemorate the change to the college, the newspaper added to its title to become The Linfield Review. The Review has a cherished tradition of journalistic integrity and excellence and counts numerous national and local awards to it name. One hundred and fifteen years after its founding, having grown from a newspaper published monthly and edited by the college’s president to a weekly put together entirely by students, The Linfield Review continues to stand by its mission of being a vehicle for free expression. To read the Review’s Statement of Purpose, please click here. To learn about the organization of The Linfield Review, please click here. For more information regarding particular jobs at the Review, click here.
The Linfield Review is produced by a dedicated student staff. Most of the reporters are freshmen and sophomores, while the editorial staff is, with few exceptions, composed of upperclassmen.
The Linfield Review publishes Monday during the academic year and serves the communities of Linfield College and McMinnville, Ore. The Review also publishes several special-occasion issues every year, including The Back-To-School issue, Commencement issue and The Review Renter’s Guide issue.
The Linfield Review website, linfieldreview.com, is developed and ran by editorial staff members, and is led by Troy Thomas, the Review’s online editor.
For more information about the Web site, please contact Troy at email@example.com.
Advertising and Subscriptions
The Linfield Review, though mainly subsudized through student funds, pays for printing and stipends via advertisement and subscription revenue. For more information, please visit the Advertise in the Review page and Subscriptions page or contact Jessica Pham, business manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To report a correction, please click here. If the Review decides to run a correction or retraction, it will be placed on page two next to the editorial.
Joining The Linfield Review
Any member of the Linfield College community can join the Review’s staff. Generally, new staffers start off covering general news, sports and cultural events; taking photos; creating graphics; or selling ads. Normally, the editorial staff is hired at the end of each academic year, so staff positions are not available. However, if a spot opens up, the Review welcomes staffers from all years and majors – opportunities are always available.
If you are interested in joining the Review as a reporter, please contact Kaylyn Peterson, managing editor, at email@example.com. If you interested in becoming a photographer, graphic designer, ad representative or working on the Web site, contact the appropriate desk editor. If you want to apply to become a columnist or illustrator, please contact Jonathan Williams, opinion editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any general inquiries can be directed to Samantha Sigler, editor-in-chief, at email@example.com.
Contact Information for the Review
Address: The Linfield Review, Linfield College Unit: A518, 190 SW Brumback St., McMinnville, OR 97128