19 Linfield things to love from 2019

A jump in first generation enrollment, an inauguration and students showcasing their talents made 2019 a year to remember.

Increases in first generation and first-year enrollment

An excited woman takes a button out of a basket held by a man who is smiling. Other people are around her.
Students selecting buttons at the First Gen Welcome Lunch.

Remembering “A beautiful day in the neighborhood”

Fred Rogers smiling prior to addressing the graduating class of 1982.

Linfield inaugurates President Miles K. Davis

President Miles K. Davis addressing the Linfield community during the inauguration ceremony.

Two professors. Two books. Many accolades.

Professor Buccola’s book live on The View.

Pioneer carillon chimes once again

Linfield’s most iconic building is ringing once again.

Return of the Mack

Mack the Wildcat greets Linfield fans at Homecoming.

The Linfield community takes a stance against hazing

Students, staff and President Davis making their feelings about hazing known.

Donors stepped up to support Linfield students

Linfield students were celebrating Linfield Gives while donors were making gifts across the United States.

Wildhack — a 24-hour competition of ideas

The winning Wildhack team.

Linfield employees share big ideas at TEDxMcMinnville

Gerardo Ochoa and David Sumner presenting their talks at the inaugural TEDxMcMinnville.

“The Streak” continues to garner national attention

The football team, coaches and fans celebrate “The Steak” turning 64 after the team won 42–10 at PLU.

Alumna named an Oregon History Maker

Gale Castillo ’73 with her award at the History Makers Dinner.

Pets parade costumes in Halloween contest

Four faculty members named Lacroute Scholars

The inaugural Lacroute Scholars in the Liberal Arts.

President of Adidas North America visits Linfield

President Miles K. Davis interviewing Zion Armstrong.

Grants roll in to support science education and research

Linfield launches outdoor programs

Students kayaking on the Willamette River during the WILD pre-orientation program.

Wine and business students win again!

The best in Oregon