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Homecoming 2012 begins at the annual Office of Diversity Fish Fry

Homecoming 2012 begins at the annual Office of Diversity Fish Fry

By KATI WILSON Staff Writer As some of you may have noticed, Georgetown did not have its annual back to school fish fry. This year the Office of Diversity decided…

The Graves Center for Calling and Career eager to guide students

The Graves Center for Calling and Career eager to guide students

By ELIZABETH FOOTE Staff Writer “The mission of the Graves Center for Calling and Career is to help students bridge their liberal arts education with their career journey,” the Center’s…

Quest Farm prepares for Harvest Days

By HANNAH KENNEDY Staff Writer Autumn weather has arrived, and accompanying it are the annual fall festivities! What is a college student away from home to do? There are many…

College community excited to welcome Deputy Chief of Mission of Chile to the U.S., DCM Roberto Matus

Georgetown College has been honored to hold a strong partnership with the Colegio Bautista in Temuco, Chile for numerous years. Every other Spring, Georgetown students have the opportunity to travel…

Student criticizes alcohol policy

By ZAC LOSEY Contributing Writer This article is a continuation from an article printed in last week’s issue. I think most of us would agree that binge drinking, especially on a regular…

“The Words” stumbles across the screen

“The Words” stumbles across the screen

By HANNAH KRIEGER Copy Editor “The Words” is a unique story about, well, words. All right, it’s more than that. It’s about a story, a rather interesting and entertaining story. In my opinion, this…

It’s Gettin’ Hot in Here

By ALLIE ENGLERT Just a small town girl “Write about what disturbs you, particularly if it bothers no one else.” This quote from Kathryn Stockett’s “The Help” weighs heavily on the mind of this…

Freshmen transition to Tiger life

By JESSICA CAREY Staff Writer The transition from living at home during high school to being on your own at college can be a tough one.  However, with its small campus and welcoming community of…

Dr. Decker’s Curatorial Studies class celebrates Homecoming once again

Dr. Decker’s Curatorial Studies class celebrates Homecoming once again

By MEREDITH RIGBY Staff Writer Among the typical English, biology and religion major courses offered at Georgetown College, sometimes there are hidden gems. One of these has to be ART 302, “Curatorial Studies.” This…

Are the deserts just?: why our money is put in the wrong place.

Are the deserts just?: why our money is put in the wrong place.

By ETHAN SMITH Opinion Editor   I’m not a communist. I would not identify myself as a socialist, nor an egalitarian. However, I would like to spoon out a little food for thought with an…

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