Archive for January, 2019

George Mason professor presents lecture on political economy at George Fox University Jan. 28

Peter Boettke will speak on the intersection of economics, business, policy and human flourishing NEWBERG, Ore. – George Fox University invites the public to a special lecture, “The Defining Debate in Political Economy: Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy,” at 7 p.m. this Monday, Jan. 28, in Room 105 of the university’s Hoover Academic Building. There is no charge to attend. […]

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George Fox hosts ‘An Evening of Jazz’ Concert on Jan. 26

Event to feature saxophonist and flutist Erica von Kleist, a graduate of Julliard School of Music NEWBERG, Ore. – The Newberg community is invited to George Fox University’s Bauman Auditorium for “An Evening of Jazz” featuring saxophonist and flutist Erica von Kleist at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 26. Von Kleist will play with the […]

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George Fox University’s theatre department presents ‘Jane Eyre’ as its winter musical

Shows scheduled Jan. 31 to Feb. 3 and Feb. 7-10 in school’s Wood-Mar Auditorium NEWBERG, Ore. – A musical adaption of Jane Eyre, originally a Gothic novel written by Charlotte Brontë in 1847, will take over George Fox University’s Wood-Mar Auditorium this winter. Directed by Rhett Luedtke, professor of theatre at the university, the play […]

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George Fox University invites alumni, community to campus for ‘Bruin FanFest’ on Jan. 26


Event includes basketball games, indoor bounce house and activities for young and old alike 
 NEWBERG, Ore. – For a second straight year, George Fox University invites alumni, students, parents and community members to its Newberg, Ore., campus for its annual “Bruin FanFest” on Saturday, Jan. 26. The event will feature an indoor bounce house […]

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George Fox theatre professor speaks at Legacy League luncheon Jan. 18

Guest will share about the school’s commitment to developing ‘servant storytellers’ and the theatre department as a whole NEWBERG, Ore. – George Fox University theatre professor Rhett Luedtke will be a special guest speaker at a Legacy League (formerly George Fox Auxiliary) luncheon at noon on Friday, Jan. 18, in the university’s Canyon Commons dining hall. Luedtke will speak about the school’s commitment […]

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Former U.S. Ambassador to Rwanda donates archival collection to George Fox University

David Rawson releases a book on the subject of the events leading up to the Rwandan genocide and will speak on the topic Jan. 15 NEWBERG, Ore. – What events led up to the Rwandan genocide of 1994? Why did the political negotiations of the 1993 Arusha Accords fail, plunging Rwanda into a bloody civil […]

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