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Traditional hymns to fill George Fox University’s Bauman Auditorium Oct. 20

Daniel Miller returns to perform for fifth annual Organ Hymn Festival NEWBERG, Ore. – Traditional church hymns and soaring organ music will again sound in George Fox University’s Bauman Auditorium in the fifth annual Organ Hymn Festival, set for 6 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 20. Returning will be organist Daniel Miller, a nationally known organist […]

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George Fox University invites families to campus celebration Oct. 25-27

Family Weekend events include athletic contests, tours of a local farm, a family game night, a tailgate party, a concert and a theatrical performance NEWBERG, Ore. – George Fox University invites families of current students to visit campus for a weekend of activities that include athletic contests, a music performance, a family game night, a […]

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Lecture ‘Reflections on Dr. King and the Beloved Community’ presented on George Fox University campus Oct. 31

Eastern Washington University’s Scott Finnie, PhD, recipient of more than 20 awards for excellence in teaching, leadership, civil rights and mentoring, to speak at free event NEWBERG, Ore. – The public is invited to a special presentation, “Reflections on Dr. King and the Beloved Community,” when Scott Finnie, PhD, a professor at Eastern Washington University, […]

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George Fox University’s theatre department presents ‘The Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder’ as its fall musical

George Fox University’s theatre department presents ‘The Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder’ as its fall musical Shows scheduled Oct. 17-20 and Oct. 24-27 in school’s Wood-Mar Auditorium NEWBERG, Ore. – Patrons of George Fox University theatre will be treated to a musical comedy, The Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, later this month. Directed […]

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VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger speaks at George Fox Oct. 9

Gelsinger, Intel’s first chief technology officer, drove the creation of key industry technologies, including USB and Wi-Fi and now heads VMware, a multi-billion dollar company “at the center of the IT universe.” Sept. 30, 2019 – Pat Gelsinger, CEO of VMware, will give a free lecture on balancing work, family and faith Wednesday, Oct. 9 […]

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National champion track coach John Smith speaks at George Fox Legacy League luncheon Sept. 27

Annie Wright, a national heptathlon champ, also scheduled to speak NEWBERG, Ore. – Highly successful George Fox University track and field coach John Smith will speak when the university’s Legacy League opens its 119th year with a luncheon on Friday, Sept. 27, at noon in Canyon Commons. Smith will discuss his coaching philosophy and how he ended up in a […]

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George Fox University exhibits works of Chicago-based printmaker Carlos Barberena

Free show opens Sept. 16 and will be on display in school’s Minthorne Gallery through Oct. 25 NEWBERG, Ore. – A free art exhibit featuring the work of a Chicago-based printmaker, Carlos Barberena, will be on display in George Fox University’s Minthorne Gallery beginning Monday, Sept. 16, through Friday, Oct. 25. The gallery is open […]

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George Fox University ranked a top-tier ‘National University’ in 2020 ‘U.S. News & World Report’ rankings

The school is named one of “America’s Best Colleges” for 32nd time and also ranks on “Best Undergraduate Teaching” and “Best Undergraduate Engineering” lists NEWBERG, Ore. – Even with the move up to a higher category, George Fox University again earned recognition in U.S. News & World Report’s college rankings, landing in the first tier […]

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George Fox University invites alumni to campus for homecoming celebration Sept. 20-21

Events include affinity reunions, a tailgate party, a football game and campus tours NEWBERG, Ore. – Affinity reunions, a tailgate party and football game, and reunions for the classes of 2009 and 1999 are among the events planned for George Fox University’s annual homecoming celebration Friday and Saturday, Sept. 20-21. The event begins with three […]

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George Fox University receives $1.2 million federal grant to provide integrated care at two Oregon locations

More than 4,600 patients per year will be served at Chemawa Indian School’s Primary Care Clinic in Salem and at Providence Medical Group in Newberg Editor’s Note: Recently, KOIN TV in Portland, Oregon, featured a segment on the impact the grant will have on Oregon communities. It is available for viewing here. NEWBERG, Ore. – […]

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