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Congratulations to Jo Sivley, a retired psychology department administrative assistant, who correctly identified Bruin Jr. as the much-sought object at the center of this 1990s-era student altercation. Sivley’s submission was chosen at random in a contest for a $50 gift certificate to the George Fox University Store. To see more Bruin Jr. photos and to share your own, go to alumni.georgefox.edu.
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On March 10, 1905, the hot ticket in Newberg was the Oregon Collegiate Oratorical Contest, which brought competitors from colleges across the state. Fresh off a forensics victory at a 1904 national competition in Indianapolis, Walter Miles (1906) also won the Oregon title. He went on to become a psychology professor at Yale and Stanford universities. George Fox has a long history of oratorical excellence. Do you have any stories or memories of speech competitions held on or off campus? (Bonus question: where was this photo taken?) All responses will be entered in a drawing for a $50 gift certificate from the University Store.
Submit entries to email@example.com or mail them to Journal, George Fox University, 414 N. Meridian St. #6069, Newberg, OR 97132