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New exhibition,“Aesthetic Eclectic,”evokes emotion and thought

By KATE DOCTOR Staff Writer Aesthetics seem to be a big theme in my life recently, especially in the book I am reading for one of my classes. So, imagine…

Now presenting your Homecoming Court

Now presenting your Homecoming Court

Three couples from each class are nominated for Prince and Princess or King and Queen By CALIESHA COMLEY News Editor The effects of the GAC changes to Homecoming nominations have…

Tigers roll 77-9

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer The Tigers show their dominance after a convincing win over Blueeld College. Georgetown’s football team traveled to Blueeld, Va. and crushed the Rams with a nal score of 77-9. With the…

What should be done about guns in America?

By MEGHAN ALESSI Contributing Writer The tragedy that occurred in Aurora, Colo. on July 20, 2012 speaks volumes about the society we live in. A man was able to walk into a movie theater during the…

Georgetown College mens’ soccer team continues losing streak

By ERIC BALMER Staff Writer Disappointed has to be the word to describe the way players of the men’s soccer team felt after losing their rst game of the GC classic last Friday night. Though…

Cider, pies and jam: it’s apple season at Evan’s Orchard

Cider, pies and jam: it’s apple season at Evan’s Orchard

By JESSICA CAREY Staff Writer This weekend, Evan’s Orchard and Cider Mill will be hosting their 11th annual Apple Festival. Evan’s Orchard produces locally grown fruits, vegetables, and some locally produced meats. This year will…

Golden Dragon Acrobats come to Georgetown

By CAITLIN KNOX Features Editor If you aren’t a big fan of football, then there is a special alternative for you this Thursday night. At 7 p.m. in the John L. Hill Chapel,…

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