George Fox University hosted its annual scholarship competition this month, preparing to award over $490, 000 of financial aid in the form of academic and leadership scholarships to prospective students. As such competitions are known to be extremely competitive, eligible applicants must currently hold a cumulative grade point average of a 3.0, must have completed […]
JUNIORS ABROAD LOTTERY AND TENT CITY SIGN UP RULES Due to the popularity of Juniors Abroad and the demand for certain trips, George Fox Associated Student Ccommunity will use a lottery system to determine your position for Tent City and the order for registration. If you have and questions please contact: Wesley Jones (ASC President) […]
Dear Miss J, The classes that I am taking this semester are ones I am not excited to be enrolled in. Most of them deal with science and philosophy, subjects that are not apart of my forte. I find myself in these classes either daydreaming or drifting off. But, I want to be alert and […]
Financial differences between students is not something usually addressed in the George Fox community. Not surprisingly, with the cost of tuition, most people do not think about those who are less financially stable. There are students on campus, like myself, who have to carry two or more jobs in order to afford tuition and pay […]
I know I’m not alone when I say it was a pleasent surprise to see these big guys hanging out with us in the den all week. Thank you Tim Timmerman’s 3-D Design Class for the creative pieces!
Last Monday, in the Liberal Arts and Critical Issues (LACI) lecture, Reverend Dr. Robert Rayburn shared his view of the future of the American church. However, his speech was not as embraced by the George Fox community as previous speeches have been. Rayburn discussed a variety of topics that Christians eventually have to come to […]
This month, if you didn’t already know, marks the celebration of African American history. Black History Month is a time to reminisce and acknowledge the many accomplishments and efforts of black people who made a difference. People like Martin Luther King, Malcom X, Rosa Parks, and Franklin Douglas are honored for their efforts in achievements […]
Résumé Writing Ah, résumé writing. This facet of the internship hunting experience is not the most glamorous, but having working knowledge of what needs to be on that document is crucial to gaining a hiring intern coordinator’s attention. If you go into George Fox University’s Career Center, you’ll likely be told that your résumé should […]