Plan to attend tomorrow night’s Bösendorfer piano concert

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

The works of Beethoven and Chopin will be performed on the George Fox stage when Bösendorfer Educational Artist Kenn Willson presents his “Encounters with Beethoven and Chopin” concert at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow (Thursday) in Bauman Auditorium.

Students and employees are entitled to one complimentary ticket. Additional tickets may be purchased for $12 (general admission), $8 (seniors and alumni) and $6 (students and children under 12). They may be purchased online at this link or by calling the school’s box office at 503-554-3844.

Willson will perform Beethoven’s Ecossaises Dances, German Dance #1, Sonata Op. 31 #3Movement 2 (Scherzo), Sonata Op. 27 #2 (“Moonlight”) and Ode to Joy. His Chopin repertoire includes Prelude Op. 28 #4, Prelude Op. 28 #6, and Ballade, Op. 47.

More on the concert is available on this webpage.

Health and Wellness Week is March 11-16

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

The School of Physical Therapy is hosting its third annual Health and Wellness Week March 11-16.

This event is designed to involve Newberg and surrounding communities through nutrition, back care, behavioral health, and exercise classes. The week will end with a fun pool party for kids.

Classes are free and open to the public. Click here to learn more and register for the events.

Questions? Contact Tyler Cuddeford at

Seminary’s Gupta presents spring faculty lecture March 5

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

All are invited to the 2019 Spring Faculty Lecture on Tuesday, March 5, at 6 p.m. in Hoover 105. 

Nijay K.Gupta’s lecture, “People of Faith: Why the First Christians Called Themselves ‘Believers,'” will focus on why followers of Jesus adopted the label “believers” in reference to their identity, and even referred to their religion as “the faith.” What significance did this pose for them? Was it primarily about “beliefs,” or something more? Gupta will explore these important historical questions and also address the relevance this discussion has for Christian identity today.

Gupta is the recipient of the 2017-18 Faculty Achievement Award for Graduate Research and Scholarship and is an associate professor of New Testament at Portland Seminary. 

Come early, between 5 and 6 p.m., and check out the work of our Richter Student Scholars and Steinfeldt Peace Scholars at a symposium in the Hoover lobby. Students will present their research and peace projects in a conversational poster format. Refreshments will be served.

Questions? Contact Laurie Fair at

Come to commuter lunch today

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Join us for a commuter lunch today (Wednesday) from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the FoxHole. Please note that this lunch is exclusively for undergraduate commuter students. 

We look forward to seeing you there! Any questions should be directed to Kristi Welker, director of Commuter Life, at

‘Student Collective’ offers free stickers in Klages

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Hey, neighbor, want some free stickers and a way to show appreciation for someone you love?

The Student Collective will be in the Klages Center today (Wednesday) through Friday, Feb. 22, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. celebrating our theme for this year’s yearbook: #FoxNeighbors. Come by to grab some stickers to personalize!

Questions? Contact us at

‘Terra’ movie shows on Friday

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Come watch Terra, a visually stunning documentary that reflects humans’ relationship to other species on Earth as humanity becomes more and more isolated from nature.

The movie will be shown this Friday, Feb. 22, in Edwards-Holman Science Center 102 at 6:30 p.m.

Food and beverages will be provided by Stewards of Sustainability and the Ecology Club. Bring your own mug!

Please RSVP here. Questions? Contact Jessyka Evans at

‘Real Conversations on Emergency Preparedness’ lecture presented March 4

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

All are invited to a special presentation, “Real Conversations on Emergency Preparedness,” featuring disaster preparedness expert Steven Eberlein, from 4 to 5:15 p.m. on Monday, March 4, in Bauman Auditorium.

In 2018, Eberlein and co-owner Lydia Ledgerwood launched Tipping Point Resilience, a preparedness communications consultancy that specializes in earthquakes. The company is dedicated to creating enduring cultures of preparedness that can be owned, sustained and propagated by its partners and audience participants.

For more information on the presentation, contact Brett Meyers, coordinator of student programs, at

Plan your registration for summer courses

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Registration for the Summer Online Program courses begins in less than a week, on Monday, Feb. 25.

Course sizes are limited, and sections fill up quickly. Make an appointment to talk to your CAP coach or academic advisor about how to use these courses to stay caught up and progress toward graduation.

George Fox University offers many general education options during the summer in the fields of BIBL, RELI, MATH, ARTS, HUMA and more. Click here for more information on cost, dates, financial aid, and the full course list.

If you have specific questions about the summer online program, contact Brian Doak at

Come watch today’s cooking demonstration in Canyon Commons

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Join us for a Nutrition Matters cooking demonstration today (Wednesday) in Canyon Commons from 5 to 6 p.m.

You will learn how to make “Delectable Desserts,” receive the recipe and a sample. We look forward to seeing you there!

Any questions should be directed to Kristi Welker at

Come to the Winter Choir Concert this Saturday

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Join us in Bauman Auditorium for the Winter Choir Concert this Saturday, Feb. 23, at 7:30 p.m.

The concert features George Fox University’s vocal ensembles – the Chamber Singers, Concert Choir and Women’s Chorale – with a guest performance from Sam Barlow High School’s Concert Choir. All are welcome, and admission is free.

Questions? Contact Danielle Warner at

Gather for dinner tomorrow to learn about grad school

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Are you curious about grad school? Are you wondering, “What is the difference between counseling, social work, and psychology?” or “How do I know which degree to pursue?” or “Where do I get started?”

Come to our dinner and presentation tomorrow (Thursday) from 7 to 8:30 p.m. to chat with us. We want to help you explore what degree can best fit your career goals, how to shop grad programs, and how to prepare yourself to stand out as an applicant.

Click here to RSVP. Faculty, if you know of students whom you think might be interested, please tell them about this opportunity.

Questions? Contact Cristina Schmitt at

Consider starting a club to address student food insecurity

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Are you interested in taking aim at the growing problem of food insecurity among college students? Please consider forming a student club to think of ways to help alleviate this problem on our campus.

If you are interested in starting such a club, please email Jere Witherspoon at

Support women’s basketball team in NWC Tournament

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

The women’s basketball team is headed to the Northwest Conference Tournament, and you can catch the action right here at Miller Gymnasium. The Bruins take on the Linfield Wildcats tomorrow (Thursday) at 7 p.m.

The winning team will play on Saturday, Feb. 23, for an automatic berth to the NCAA Division III Tournament. Support your Bruins this Thursday!

Questions? Contact us at

Join Photography Club meeting tomorrow

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Join the Photography Club tomorrow (Thursday) from 6 to 7 p.m. in Lemmons 3 for a quick demonstration on how to use Photoshop and Lightroom. Please bring some photos that you can edit, or photos will be provided.

There will also be snacks and soda. We look forward to seeing you there!

Questions? Contact Tsacha Hyneman at

Apply for senior class representative positions

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Applications to run for Student Government are going strong, and ASC wants to encourage all current juniors to run for senior class representative positions. These positions require a fairly small time commitment and are a great way to leave an impact as a leader during your last year at Fox.

You can apply here. Questions? Contact Bailey Sauls at

‘When Toleration Becomes a Vice: Thoughts from Aristotle’ lecture presented tonight

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

All are invited to Rick Avramenko’s talk, “When Toleration Becomes a Vice: Thoughts from Aristotle,” tonight (Wednesday) at 6:30 p.m. in Hoover 105. 

Avramenko is a professor of political science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison; the Chair of Integrated Liberal Studies, a great books program; the director of the Center for the Study of Liberal Democracy; and author of multiple books, including Courage: The Politics of Life and Limb (Notre Dame, 2011), Dostoevsky’s Political Philosophy (2013), and Aristocratic Souls in Democratic Times (2018).

Questions? Contact Mark Hall at

Join Third Culture Kids club meeting tonight

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Come enjoy food and community at Third Culture Kids. We will be meeting at the Intercultural Resource Center tonight (Wednesday) from 8 to 9 p.m.

All are welcome to join our multicultural group for discussion, games and food. TCK is a community for anyone who grew up in another culture, missionary kids, or for those interested in missions and looking for a community.

Questions? Contact Gwen Thomas at

Yearbook story portrait submissions are due this week

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Do you know a Fox community member who deserves to be featured in the yearbook? This is the last week to nominate them for Volume VI of the Student Collective! Visit our website to submit your nominations.

Questions? Contact us at

Apply for Campus Public Safety student officer positions

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Campus Public Safety is looking to hire a few new student officers!

If your post-graduation plans include working for law enforcement, or in the fields of security, social work or psychology, this is a great work-study job to look into for practical job experience.

Several of our previous student officers have gone on to work for the Newberg Police Department, the Washington County Sheriff’s Department, the Portland Police, the Department of Homeland Security, the Alaska State Police, and McLaren Correctional Facility.

If this piques your interest, please go to Handshake and apply before Feb. 28. Questions? Contact Nadine Kincaid at

Climate change is topic of annual Dalton Lecture March 11

Monday, February 18th, 2019

All are invited to the university’s annual Dalton Lecture at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, March 11, in Bauman Auditorium. This year’s lecture, “Two Degrees of Separation: Climate Change and the Pursuit of Truth in a Post-truth World” will be presented by Richard L. Lindroth, the Vilas Distinguished Achievement professor of ecology and recent associate dean of research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Lindroth’s presentation will explore the fundamental premises of science, how humans engage with facts, and how to improve science communication across ideological, cultural and tribal divisions for the betterment of humanity and the sake of the world.

Following his presentation, a George Fox student research poster session and dessert reception will take place in the Bauman lobby.

Lindroth will also speak in a class in Wood-Mar Auditorium at 3 p.m. on Monday, March 11, presenting a lecture entitled “What Can Chemistry Tell Us about Ecology? Insights into the Ecological and Evolutionary Success of an Iconic Forest Tree Species.” All are welcome to this event as well.

For more on the presentation and the Dalton Lecture Series, visit this link.

Questions? Contact Vetta Berokoff at