138 research outputs found

    Building a Successful Community

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    Resident advisors are an important ingredient to help students live and learn effectively in a diverse environmen

    Men in Nursing: Filling in the Ranks

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    Fred Calixtro sees a marketing problem. Paul Higgins ‘06 says it’s an underpromoted career. David Silva ‘04 thinks the name is a turn-off. All three agree that nursing needs more men

    Discovering Linfield\u27s Hidden Treasures

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    Linfield’s archivist and student technicians are preserving rich history in the Linfield Archives. They are also documenting the fascinating story of the wine industry of the state through the Oregon Wine History Archive

    Not Your Traditional Boot Camp

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    Accounting can be a grueling major. Over the past 35 years, Mike Jones has guided students with compassion, encouragement, excitement and a dash of humor

    Ants! A Bug\u27s Life

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    On a hot fall afternoon Chad Tillberg and six students grab nets, notebooks, small containers and vials, and tramp up a steep hill in the Coast Range. Loung Ly \u2711 pounds a round cylinder into the ground every 50 meters along the trail. Carson Moscoso \u2711 follows, inserting an open vial into each hole, making sure that it is at ground level. When they return in a week, their traps will contain a sampling of the insects that thrive in that environment

    Alumni Profile: For the Love of Nursing

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    Feature about a Linfield alumnus or alumna. In this issue, Lisa Shipley Hulstrom ’88: For the Love of Nursing

    Linfield Center for the Northwest: Hands-on Hub and Diverse Learners

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    Linfield’s new Center for the Northwest was a catalyst for research this summer – from pavement ants and diverse learners to the Oregon Wine History Project™

    In Search of His Calling

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    Career options seem endless for Kemper Scholar Joe Gladow ’14, who interned in the office of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel last summer

    Perfecting His Music

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    Join Jim Welch ’08 through a 12-hour day as he attends classes, meetings, lessons and rehearsals in preparation for his senior composition recital

    The People Fountain

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    For nearly 25 years, five students have silently endured rain, snow, and summer sun. Thousands of people have walked past, posed for photos and sometimes just sat quietly next to them. A few mischievous onlookers have added bubbles to the fountain, but the five always kept the culprits\u27 secret
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