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Linfield Pawdcast Network

Introducing the Linfield Pawdcast Network

A new kind of student storytelling

The Linfield Pawdcast Network (LPN) is a student-run club where you get to sit in the driver's seat on your very own podcast. Create, produce and record your own show in Linfield's student media center and hear it stream on your favorite platforms.

 

Five podcast shows have launched through LPN so far. Current shows include Revisit the Moment and Queer, There and Everywhere, both resuming with a second season in the 2021-22 academic year.

Professor Curry in the podcast studio

Produced and hosted by Professor Kevin Curry

Revisit the Moment

The first season of Revisit the Moment covers the unprecedented 1995-96 Oregon election conducted entirely by mail. Special guests include former secretary of state Phil Keisling and top campaign team members for former Senator Gordon Smith. Season two will focus on stories of Oregon leaders.

 

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portrait of Kenna Tanouye '22

Produced and hosted by students Kenna and Bea

Queer, There and Everywhere

During their junior years at Linfield, students Kenna Tanouye and Beatrice DeGraw created the podcast Queer, There and Everywhere dedicated to analyzing pop culture, news and media through a queer lens. In season two, they'll continue leaving no discussion off-limits.

 

Play on Spotify

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Department of Theatre and Communication Arts

Linfield Theatre Podcast Productions

Students in our theatre and communication arts department also produced a podcast show with original student pieces during the 2020-21 academic year. It was a creative way for the program to let the show go on during a year like no other.

 

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Get involved

Are you interested in starting your own podcast? Or finding a leadership role with the club? LPN has four paid student positions. Contact Professor Curry to find out more.

Linfield Pawdcast Network

Renshaw Hall

kcurry@linfield.edu

Linfield Pawdcast Network

Voices of Linfield

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Kendall Harrison '21
tradition of the acorn return at grad finale
Leaving With No Regrets
“I think it would be a shame not to be involved as much in your community or being a part of something bigger than yourself,” Kendall says. “By being involved you just meet so many amazing people and contribute to something bigger than yourself. I hope I'll be able to do that wherever life takes me.”
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Kendall Harrison '21 and Nathaly Sanchez '21 in Linfield's podcast studio
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NPR Podcasting Honors
Nathaly Sanchez '21 and Kendall Harrison '21 received honorable mentions in the NPR Podcast Challenge on April 6, putting them in the top 25 winning podcasts from college students across the country. Linfield is one of only two schools that had multiple students in the top 25.
tradition of the acorn return at grad finale
Kendall Harrison '21
tradition of the acorn return at grad finale
Leaving With No Regrets
“I think it would be a shame not to be involved as much in your community or being a part of something bigger than yourself,” Kendall says. “By being involved you just meet so many amazing people and contribute to something bigger than yourself. I hope I'll be able to do that wherever life takes me.”
Linfield University banner
Kendall Harrison '21 and Nathaly Sanchez '21 in Linfield's podcast studio
Linfield University banner
NPR Podcasting Honors
Nathaly Sanchez '21 and Kendall Harrison '21 received honorable mentions in the NPR Podcast Challenge on April 6, putting them in the top 25 winning podcasts from college students across the country. Linfield is one of only two schools that had multiple students in the top 25.
academic quad in January morning light
Kenna portrait
academic quad in January morning light
Fighting For Equity
“It was humbling coming to college and seeing there are people that have it way worse than I do and if I can, in any capacity, help to make that better due to my own privilege, then why not?”