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Brewing Bruin

Bruin BrawlCongratulations 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 journal@georgefox.edu or mail them to Journal, George Fox University, 414 N. Meridian St. #6069, Newberg, OR 97132

Highlights

Rethinking Evangelism
Todd Hunter (Dmin '05), national director of Alpha USA, believes an oversimplified sharing of the gospel hinders serious Christian discipleship, and consequently, evangelistic efforts.  Full story...

Bruin Brawl
Soon after arriving on campus, most George Fox freshmen get a lesson on the university's oldest and oddest tradition.  Full story...

Bruin Notes
The Inauguration of President Robin Baker | Allen fills top academic post | Executive Team Expands | Conniry named seminary dean | A simple gift | Car accident claims student's life | Noteworthy (Web Exclusive Content) | Women's basketball returns to 'Sweet 16' | Bend it like Tsohantaridis | Satern stars  Full stories...