The George Fox University Bruins
The Bruin bear head is the athletics department's primary logo
and the one that is to be used for nation-wide publication. The
Bruin claw is used as a secondary logo in some publications and is
common on Bruin sports merchandise. The interlocking GF logo is
used most often for baseball-related items.
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After 33 years of athletic competition, the George Fox cartoon
mascot was retired in 2004. The cartoon Bruin Bear fell out of
favor with coaches and was used infrequently by sports teams.
Replacing it is a more contemporary Bruin logo created as part of
the university's integrated marketing campaign.
The cartoon mascot didn't go into complete hibernation. It still
appears on some university apparel and publications. George Fox
sports teams are staying true to their colors: old gold and navy