Asian American Alliance: firstname.lastname@example.org
President - Deizhanna Kaya-Abad
Linfield’s Asian American Alliance (AAA) serves not only to bring together Asian Americans through shared cultural, political, and social interests, but also to bring about cultural awareness, understanding, and respect throughout the entire Linfield community. By encouraging diversity and involvement, we strive to foster and embrace a deeper understanding of the Asian American identity.
Black Student Union: email@example.com
President - Sarah-Michael Gaston
Black Student Union brings together and acknowledges individuals of all diversities while striving to especially give unique insight and education in black culture. We provide a safe space to voice ideas, interests and concerns of black students and all our diverse members on campus in order to share the multitude of experiences and perspectives of multicultural importance.
Hawaiian Club: firstname.lastname@example.org
President - Nikki Howick
The Hawaiian Club is a group of interested students who share an awareness of Hawaiian culture with the Linfield community. We traditionally hold an annual Hawaiian Lu’au in the spring and participate in other club-sponsored activities throughout the year.
President - Arun Bajracharya
International Club exists to provide a community for those interested in global cultures. Events work to educate Linfield students about many aspects of culture experienced by local and international students.
President - Alleta Weiss-Meier
Fusion is Linfield's Queer Student Union (QSU). First and foremost, the purpose of Fusion is to provide a safe space for students to talk and learn about sexuality and gender with a focus on the LGBTQA+ social climates at Linfield and globally. The club organizes events to raise awareness and acceptance of LGBTQA+ identities as well as events to celebrate those identities. As a QSU, Fusion also serves as a platform for creating a more inclusive campus climate at Linfield. Fusion is open to all those interested and willing to return the respect with which they will be treated (allies welcome!) and promotes campus unity through a celebration of diversity!
Co-President - Jesus Perez Romero
Co-President - Diana Vazquez
Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MEChA) is a student organization that promotes higher education, cultura, and historia. MEChA was founded on the principles of self-determination for the liberation of our Chicano/a people. We believe that political involvement and education is the avenue for change in our society.
Native American Student Association: email@example.com
President - Arianne King
The Native American Student Association (NASA) brings together a group of interested students who have a common focus, to educate and share their heritage through a variety of group activities, meetings, and cultural events in order to culturally strengthen and educate the community about Native American culture, issues, perspective, and history. We have been proudly raising awareness of Native American culture on the Linfield College campus.
President - Carina Garibay
The Spanish Club seeks to unite Spanish-speaking students of all different levels in order to learn more about the Spanish language and culture.
Students Advocating for Gender Equality (SAGE): firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-President - Kelly Kustok
Co-President - Leslie Rieger
Students Advocating for Gender Equality (SAGE) actively works toward gender equality both at Linfield College and in the greater community. To achieve this mission, SAGE will participate in various campaigns and hold events and informational meetings to raise awareness about gender related topics. SAGE is also committed to working to ensure all genders are represented at Linfield College and given the same access to resources as all other Linfield College students. SAGE realizes that more than two binary genders exist and will not pressure gender-variant students to conform to a binary gender assignment. SAGE also understands that gender roles are flexible and will not pressure students to conform to traditional gender roles.