Linfield College named Su-Yen Wong ’89 to its Board of Trustees over the weekend and created four new endowed scholarships.
For the second year in a row, Linfield College was ranked as the top liberal arts college in Oregon and Washington on Washington Monthly’s “Best Bang for the Buck” list.
Linfield College will step to the beat of a different drummer in fall 2018 when it launches a new marching band. The band will support the entire Wildcat community, including the football team, renowned for its string of 61 consecutive winning seasons.
—U.S. News & World Report cites college for diversity and liberal arts program—
For the second year in a row, Linfield College is tied for the No. 1 spot among Pacific Northwest liberal arts colleges for “Best Ethnic Diversity,” according to the 2018 U.S. News and World Report list released today.
Jennifer Moranchel ’19 keenly remembers her freshman orientation at Linfield College. Her parents, natives of Puebla, Mexico, had a hard time keeping up with all of the complex information and schedules being discussed in English.
Fourteen new students are being introduced to Linfield College life through the lens of exploring art, Oregon history, eclipses and, of course, murder ballads. AHA (Arts and Humanities in Action) is one of four pre-orientation programs that 67 entering students are participating in right now, a week before classes start for the 2017-18 school year.
Daniel Pollack-Pelzner, the Ronni Lacroute Chair in Shakespeare Studies at Linfield College, will present the keynote address at opening convocation on Friday, Aug. 25, at 9:30 a.m. in the Ted Wilson Gymnasium at Linfield College. The talk is entitled “Digital Shakespeare.”
Linfield College will go dark Monday, Aug. 21, at 10:15:56.5 a.m. during the upcoming solar eclipse, and the community is invited to attend. Continue reading