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Matthew Gardner asks students what they think about Rock the Vote bring on campus.
The summer after the sixth grade I went to one of those Christian summer camps, one with workshops on various topics throughout the week. On one of the days there was a workshop on relationships, a.k.a. the sex talk day (strange how the two are often seen as the same thing in Christian circles). The […]
I was learning to read when the Internet came on the scene. So in addition to reading, writing, and math, I also took computer classes in elementary school. By the time I reached middle school, I was a proficient techy. This is not a unique experience for our generation. Most of us could navigate the […]
With a new year come new changes. With new changes come frivolous complaints about the changes. The George Fox University community has been buzzing for the last couple of weeks about the renaming of the Fox Hole to the cleverly punny “Brewin’ Grounds.” The coffee scene at George Fox is going through dramatic changes this […]
Many of you may have heard of the controversy that has followed a Youtube video, and of the violence that recently erupted in the Middle East. However, the truth of the matter is connected to a much deeper problem. That problem is criminalizing the “defamation of religions.” Many Middle Eastern countries have been fighting to […]
by Levi Bowers Everyone takes each day of the week differently and I am no different. The weekend is wonderful but it never seems to be long enough. Monday always rolls around uninvited and unwelcomed. Wednesday is known as hump day, so that speaks for itself. Friday is always a welcoming sight as it kicks […]
Opinion by Heather DeRosa If your Facebook newsfeed was anything like mine after the Sept. 24 Monday Night Football game of the Green Bay Packers vs. the Seattle Seahawks, you have an idea of how the game went. Long story short, Seahawks receiver Golden Tate caught a 24-yard Hail Mary touchdown pass from Russell Wilson […]
The Theatre Department is currently promoting their fall play, “A Servant of Two Masters.” This comedy play, written in 1743 by Italian playwright Carlo Goldoni, will have you in hysterics and fits of laughter. George Fox has never performed a play like this. Rhett Luedtke, associate professor of Theatre, states that this play is not […]
This year George Fox University has added a new position to the Residence Life staff. With over 700 undergraduate students living off campus, the need to provide a voice for this large population has become ever-present and essential. Adopting the title of Commuter RA, junior Lindsay Rule will be the first to fill this role. […]