Gary Laustsen, professor of nursing at Linfield University, presents a conversation about the effects of climate change on healthcare at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 21. The event, which is open to the public, will be held on Zoom. Registration is required at https://inside.linfield.edu/faculty-resources/faculty-lecture-series.html. Continue reading
Increasing rates of COVID-19 in Oregon, and specifically Multnomah and Yamhill Counties, have led to new risk level assignments for the locations of Linfield’s two campuses. Continue reading
Linfield University music major Tara Baker presents her senior capstone project, “Feminine Archetypes of Musical Drama: A Virtual Media Performance and Presentation,” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 21 via Zoom. Registration for the virtual event is required to receive the recital link via email. Continue reading
After a busy two semesters of preparation, the Linfield Department of Music will present “Celestial,” the Spring Dance Showcase on April 9 and 10 at 7:30 p.m. The showcase features 15 student and faculty choreographed performances in various dance forms such as ballet, contemporary, hip-hop, jazz and more. Continue reading
In concert with the Northwest Conference (NWC), Linfield University Athletics will allow spectators on a limited basis and by invitation only, under state and local guidance, and following campus visitation policies as of April 10.
This latest policy pertains only to spring sports classified at Intermediate and Low Risk. Those sports include baseball, golf, lacrosse, rowing, softball, tennis (outdoor only), and track & field. High-risk sports and indoor sports, including indoor tennis, will not be allowed to have any spectators for the remainder of the academic year. Continue reading
Oregon-based Linfield University has joined the New American Colleges and Universities (NACU) consortium. Founded in 1995, NACU is a trusted network of private, comprehensive colleges and universities that brings together progressive thinkers and innovative agents of change across higher education to share ideas and create unique opportunities for its campuses. Continue reading
If they weren’t already on your “to-read” list, here’s one more reason to download or pick up copies of the latest books from two of Linfield’s leading faculty authors.
On Monday, March 29, Literary Arts announced that recent publications from Linfield University’s Nicholas Buccola and Joe Wilkins were named finalists for the 2021 Oregon Book Awards. “The Fire Is upon Us: James Baldwin, William F. Buckley Jr., and the Debate over Race in America” by Buccola is a finalist for the Frances Fuller Victor Award for General Nonfiction, and Wilkins’ book, “Thieve,” is a finalist for the Stafford/Hall Award for Poetry.
Linfield University’s Department of Music presents the fourth and final in a series of events this spring featuring the Portland-based chamber music ensemble Fear No Music.
Pianist Jeff Payne performs a 30-minute streamed recital highlighting the works of Black composers at 7;30 p.m. Monday, April 5, 7:30 p.m., followed by a panel discussion at 8:15 p.m. Continue reading
Guest artists Arwen Myers, soprano, and Susan McDaniel, piano, will present a virtual art song recital as a part of the inaugural Lacroute Composer Readings and Chamber Music Masterclass Program at Linfield University at 7 p.m. Friday, April 2. Continue reading
With COVID-19 case counts dropping and an increasing number of residents receiving vaccinations, the Oregon Health Authority announced that as of Friday, March 26, Yamhill County is considered to be lower risk. That’s down from moderate risk, where it had been since March 12. Continue reading