Sexual Assault Prevention on Campus

On Oct. 6, Judge Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed as a Justice of the United States Supreme Court. In September, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford accused him of attempted rape while they were both high school students in the 1980s. The allegations were followed by Senate hearings and an FBI investigation, both of which seemed to have little effect on the confirmation vote.

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Jessica DaughertyComment
Racial Reconciliation and You

On Sept. 18, the Intercultural Resource Center hosted Mathetes, a monthly discussion in Canyon Commons, encouraging students to thoughtfully discuss contemporary issues. Four panelists spoke on the role of the church in racial reconciliation, followed by a Q&A session.

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Jessica Daugherty
To Recycle or Not to Recycle?

Lately, recycling has been a popular subject for discussion on the George Fox University (GFU) campus. For those who aren’t aware, GFU has recently cut back on the amount of recycling it takes in, and the masses have been reasonably upset about it.

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Jessica Daugherty
Ring by Spring

One of the first experiences I had at George Fox University (GFU) was during Genesis, when students register for classes and receive information to prepare for the following fall. I remember nervously sitting in a classroom in Hoover, listening to a speaker describe what the next four years might entail. 

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LGBTQ+ Christians: Devotion in the Face of Hate

LGBTQ+ Christians have become an increasingly vocal group who are changing the church from the inside. Staying devoted to a group that generally does not accept the identity or sexuality of LGBTQ+ people is inevitably challenging, and usually results in a denial of the part of the person that does not meet whatever standards of Christianity are being imposed on them or in a loss or questioning of their faith. 

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A Closer Look: Thai the Knot

Passing through the busy intersection of 99W and North Villa, Thai The Knot’s “Grand Opening” sign stays happily plastered on the window. The small lot contains multiple cars, its fullness varying depending on the hour of the day. I enter the parking lot, peering into the windows, and see employees carrying giant plates piled high with cuisine. Customers sit at the tables and steam from the massive bowls coming out of the kitchen waft through the air. I anxiously open the door, awaiting my first Thai meal. 

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OpinionLilie de la Motte
Student Voting

On Nov. 8, elections were held around the country for local positions in office, tax measures, non-partisan ballot measures, and more. At George Fox University (GFU), however, there seems to be a lack of political participation and discussion. 

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OpinionLilie de la Motte