Monthly Archives: June 2012

By Lauran Woodruff

Pictured above: Lauran (left) and Anne Holiday explore Bayeux

Sometimes in life you undergo experiences that seem so unreal, or surreal, or just too good to be true, that you’re not entirely sure they happened. I’ve heard them called out-of-body experiences, or a “dream within a dream.” For me, they often feel like another life entirely, so distinctly separate from my day to day life, still real, but maybe the memories of someone else’s life.
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Posted by Cary Griffith at 1:55 pm


How far can a George Fox education take you? For junior engineering major Allen McLeod, the sky’s not even the limit.

McLeod, who won a competitive internship in the Orbital Debris Program Office at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, is spending his summer vacation working to track and characterize the thousands of pieces of manmade debris orbiting the Earth.
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Posted by Jeremy Lloyd at 1:28 pm

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By Sarah Cadd (’12)

Wow, what an adventure my time at George Fox University has been, and little did I know that it would not end after graduation. I was selected along with 14 other students and two alumni leaders as part of a May Serve team that would spend three weeks in Swaziland, Africa.
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Posted by Jeremy Lloyd at 11:59 am