Monthly Archives: February 2013

By Heather DeRosa, Class of 2014

On Feb. 20, George Fox held its annual Dalton Lecture Series, sponsored by the biology and chemistry departments. There was an overwhelming turnout, as a standing room only crowd packed Bauman Auditorium. This year’s lecture series was given by Dr. Henry F. Schaefer III, Graham Purdue professor of chemistry and the director for the Center of Computational Quantum Chemistry at the University of Georgia. In his lecture, titled “The Big Bang, Stephen Hawking, and God,” Dr. Schaefer explored a wide range of research related to this topic. The night was a mixture of science, laughs, and the comparing and contrasting of big ideas.
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Posted by Heather DeRosa at 4:45 pm

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Students participated in mock interviews during the Get Hired! event.

By Heather DeRosa, Class of 2014

Landing your dream job, or any job in this economy, is a daunting task. After four-plus years of homework, studying, exams, student employment and fostering relationships with mentors, college eventually comes to an end. But with the end comes a new beginning – a career that matches up with your four years of hard work. Hopefully this career isn’t just a job to help pay off those hefty student loans, but one that is fulfilling and makes those late nights and early mornings spent studying worth it.
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Students pose for a quick photo before heading out to a James Project location.

By Heather DeRosa, Class of 2014

One of the great things about George Fox is the university has several different ways students can serve right here in the local community. There’s something for everyone, whether you can commit to an hour a week or a few hours on the occasional weekend, and whether you prefer working with the elderly, children, the homeless or just contributing some manual labor.
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By Heather DeRosa (’14), Photo by Shekinah Davis (’15)

The George Fox theatre department is at it again. This time they will perform Emily Mann’s play Mrs. Packard under the direction of Rhett Luedtke. The production, which is based on historical events, follows the life of Elizabeth Packard in 1860s Illinois.
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Posted by Heather DeRosa at 12:02 pm

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Anson Gets Cozy in New Home

February 4, 2013

By Barry Hubbell

The story of 2000 George Fox graduate April Anson’s home has gone nationwide. But the house itself could also make the same journey.
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