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Tigers play through rough weekend

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer The Tigers had a rough week, dropping two conference games in a row for the first time in more than a decade. On Thursday, Nov.…

GC women’s basketball suffers first home loss of the season

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer The Georgetown College women’s basketball team (4-2, 2-2 Mid-South Conference) couldn’t come up with a win against rival Campbellsville University (8-1, 5-0). This was the…

Interview with Flint McCallum

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer Q: What brought you here to Georgetown College? A: Rosemary Allen did a great job at the scholarship dinner. So legitimately she straight up stole…

Volleyball’s great season ends at Nationals

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer The volleyball team of your No. 13 Georgetown College Tigers (36-6) had an amazing season. Last Friday, Nov. 30, GC played its last game of…

SENIOR SPOTLIGHTS: Matt Baker & Rachael Young

SENIOR SPOTLIGHTS: Matt Baker & Rachael Young

By CAMERON NIXON Staff Writer Instantly recognizable by his 6-feet-8-inch height and luscious head of blonde hair, Matt Baker has made a home at Georgetown College after three years of…

STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Dr. Lisa Eddy

By HANNAH KENNEDY Staff Writer Georgetown College offers an amazing education program. However, the program would not be worth a dime without the hard work and commitment of the instructors…

“SoFA” showcases undergraduate students across Kentucky

“SoFA” showcases undergraduate students across Kentucky

By MORGAN FRALICK Staff Writer On Friday Nov. 30, Georgetown College opened the gallery doors to a new art exhibit titled “On the SoFA: State of Fine Art.” This exhibit…

Georgetown’s four piano majors play their hearts out in “Piano Christmas”

Georgetown’s four piano majors play their hearts out in “Piano Christmas”

By MEREDITH RIGBY Staff Writer Although the end of the fall semester is a stressful time for music students as well as the student body in general, for pianists it…

GC’s musical ensembles join together for “Mystery and Messiah”

Staff Writer Last Sunday, in the spirit of cooperation and goodwill commonly associated with the Christmas season, several of GC’s musical ensembles joined together for a combination concert. The Chapel…

Ham: The obvious choice for the Christmas season

By LEANNDRA PADGETT Staff Writer When choosing a meat to serve at Christmas dinner, ham should be the obvious decision. The reasons for this are threefold. First, turkey is for…

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