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Commencement and baccalaureate
April 29

Morning and evening ceremonies on the Newberg campus will celebrate the graduation of more than 500 students.
More information: 503-554-2141 or terrym@georgefox.edu. commencement.georgefox.edu.

50-year reunion
April 28-29

Members of the class of ’56 and their spouses are invited to a reunion celebration. Class members will march in the spring commencement ceremony and be inducted as "Classic Bruins." Don’t miss this opportunity to reconnect with your classmates and your alma mater. Invitations have been mailed to the Class of 1956.
More information: 503-554-2131 or alumni@georgefox.edu.

Golf tournament
July 18

golfThe third annual George Fox University Golf Tournament tees off at The Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club, an award-winning course in Aloha, Ore. The tournament, which supports student scholarships, includes great food, gift packages, contests, and raffle prizes. Cost is $175 per player (includes green fees, lunch, dinner, and gift package).
More information/to register, visit golf.georgefox.edu. Sponsorship opportunities: 503-554-2119 or jjackson@georgefox.edu.

Seattle Mariners game
July 22

Watch the Mariners take on the Boston Red Sox in Seattle with the George Fox family. Lunch at Safeco Field begins at 11:30 p.m., game at 1:05 p.m. Cost is $40 for the game and lunch, $20 game only. Tickets go on sale mid-May.
More information: 503-554-2121 or visit alumni.georgefox.edu.

Motorcycle rally
August 5

motorcycle logoAlumni and friends of the university are invited to a summer motorcycle rally. Depending on your feedback, this event will entail either a long ride to the coast and back (150 miles) or a shorter ride through the hills and valleys of wine country (75-80 miles).
Contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 503-554-2131 or alumni@georgefox.edu by March 30 to express your preference.

Highlights

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The biblical mandate for social justice
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