Monthly Archives: January 2013

Professor Paul Anderson presents “A Bi-Optic Hypothesis” at the most recent Intellectual Feast.

By Heather DeRosa, Class of 2014

Intellectual Feasts happen about twice a month at George Fox’s Newberg campus. Typically, an Intellectual Feast is an event where a faculty member from the Religious Studies Department – or occasionally a guest speaker – gets the opportunity to share their research or hypothesis with their colleagues, students, and anyone else who wants to join in and feast on new knowledge and theory.
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What I did over winter break

January 24, 2013

Lexie Christopherson interned in Dhaka, Bangladesh during winter break.

By Heather DeRosa, Class of 2014

George Fox students recently returned to the daily grind of classes, homework and studying after a long winter break. Here are a few students’ stories of what they did with their month off from classes. While most of us spent our breaks getting caught up with family and friends, and enjoying home cooking a bit too much, these students got out and made the most of their time off.
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Posted by Heather DeRosa at 2:35 pm

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